St. Gregory’s example applies to today’s problems and their solution: faithful Catholic education.
Odysseus serves as an image of “homo viator,” man on a journey.
Keeping various creatures in the classroom or on school grounds adds something special to education.
The end of education is the inculcation of virtue.
Teaching the Catholic faith in the context of literature is both natural and essential.
Parents should actively participate in the college discernment process.
Humility is the prerequisite for all learning and teaching.
Athletes learn to excel and to live, body and soul, for the glory of God.
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