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. . guided by his
My dear Seniors-
ln The Divine Decision, "LeT us make man
To Our Image and l.ikeness," we Tind The basis
Tor CaTholic EducaTion. Any sysTem of edu-
caTion ThaT reckons noT wiTh These words oT
Genesis is shallow.
You are like To God because you possess
an inTellecT ThaT can know TruTh, and a will
ThaT can love The good. To Train your in-
TellecT alone, and neglecT your will's capac-
iTy Tor goodness would be To misundersTand
you as a creaTure made To God's image.
CaTholic educaTors know whaT man is: iT is
impossible To divide him. To consider him buT
an inTellecT is an aTTempT aT such a division
l-le musT be wholly educaTed, boTh inTellecT
and will, or he is badly educaTed.
Here aT Aquinas you have received an
educaTion which embraces The whole man.
AThleTics have sTrengThened your bodies:
academic subiecTs and your religion have
sTrengThened your soul so ThaT you may learn
To use These giTTs of inTellecT and will To know
Him Who is The Good.
The moTTo oT The Basilian FaThers, "Teach
me Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge,"
does noT beliTTle knowledge by placing iT lasT.
ln our wish ThaT you excell in all Three, we
sTress Goodness, Tor Goodness has a Disci-
pline and Knowledge all iTs own.
REV. ERNEST P. MAGEE, C.S.B.”