St. Edward's Echo (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 1, Ed. 1, October 1921 Page: 5 of 20
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education anti tl)t 3J6eaI
J~*HE ideal of building up a civic and religious character
in a school with a homelike atmosphere that is per-
meated with this ideal and thus free from undue distraction,
made up of students believing in this ideal, under a com-
petent faculty exemplifying this ideal in their lives even
more than in their teaching, would seem to be a worthy
aim for education.
The school, like the home and the Church, should be
the protector and the fosterer of the ideal. If it fails in
this can we feel it has met with any success? Are not all
things else of small value, if civic and religious character
Experience, reason and faith all point to this ideal
of civic and religious character as the true purpose of
DR. SCHUMACHER, C. S. C.
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