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Page 14 text:
There follows upon this moral development the pri- mary purpose of any university, the training of the mind along intellectual lines so that the student may think correctly and converse intelligently. This ideal is emphasized in every college of the University, whether in science, commerce, engineering, law, or the more liberal framework of arts and letters. The student pursues primarily a broad program of education so that his specialization may not become an obsession in which he loses sight of the finer virtues of integrity and honor. We have spent long hours in the laboratories of the science school, in the library of the law school, or in the various other colleges searching books of ancient and contemporary scholars for knowledge that would make us more representative in the eyes of man and God. The mature experience of the Holy Cross Fathers and the lay faculty has directed our research ( DOME ) Page 10
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and instructed our ignorance. The final product desired was a mind alert and polished by the new material grasped, enabled to penetrate more easily through the sophistries of materialism, a mind trained in truth as well as in fact. Because we were taught the ramifications of the fact that God has created us with a rational nature, we have striven to perfect that nature by developing our intel- lectual faculties so that we might achieve the intellec- tual virtues. There was prevailing the necessity of specialization, but this was balanced by the broad education of the first two years in the University when we were introduced to the humanistic perspectives so vital to the adequate training of the mind. Long hours with books might have seemed futile and discouraging at times, but the discouragement was tempered by the realization that only so would an authentic Christian education be achieved. ( DOME ) Page 12
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