No one could accuse Kelly Preston of slighting Scientology

MSNBC News/November 18, 2003

John Travolta's wife appeared on "Live with Regis and Kelly" Tuesday, and discussed her recent efforts to help open schools. She praised Delphi, a chain of private schools that she's backing, and told the audience that they're "non-toxic" and "very artistic" - but what she failed to mention was their link to Scientology, the controversial religion that she and her hubby follow.

Delphi Academies are touted as non-denominational, but they are based on the teachings and "study techniques" developed by L. Ron Hubbard, the science fiction writer and founder of Scientology. As one Delphi web site put it: "Mr. Hubbard's written works on education and child development are applied within the school's program and are directly related to our success in helping students and families."

"There's often an Scientology-related interest behind Kelly Preston's various causes," said a long-time observer of the church. "She is a very effective proselytizer."

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