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The purpose of Catholic education is to help man to secure his
ultimate goal -the possession of God in eternity. It aids him to achieve
the purpose of this life through the knowledge, love, and service of his
Creator. The high school, as a formal means of Christian education,
seeks to direct all to Him Who is the Way, the Truth, and the Life,
to teach His message ot love, and to encourage the practice of the virtue
ot religion. lts principles are born in eternity. The Scriptures and tradition
are its human expression.
Commissioned by Christ to teach the Word of God, the Church has
established the Catholic school system to serve this end. Pope Pius Xl
emphasized its importance in his encyclical, "The Christian Education of
Youth." The Hierarchy ot the United States reiterated this principle in
a recent document, "The Child: A Citizen of Two Worlds." The theme
of the bishop's statement is that man, while ot this world, owes his
highest allegiance to the kingdom of God and must be instructed accord-
ingly. That instruction is the objective of Christian education.
School, a society in miniature, is the students' testing ground for
later years. The student in school today is in the training school of lite.
Christian education aims to impart to the student the wisdom to use his
knowledge and skills in God's service and thus to work out his salvation.
The Mother of God is patroness of Christian education as at all
human endeavors in the interests of her Divine Son's mission. She is
the Woman who in wisdom responded to divine grace. lt is Mary, our
rrlodel, the Seat of Wisdom, who encourages us to follow the steady light
These are 5the patterns from which the '51 "Trumpet" staff has
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