The Catholic College and Others

June 1928
America;6/30/1928, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p275
The article focuses on the ideals of Catholic colleges and how they are distinct from other schools in the U.S. in 1928. It discusses the Catholic beliefs from which Catholic education draws its objectives and pedagogical practices. The curricula are intensive, set in relation to God, aimed at developing mental discipline, and focused on philosophy, arts and sciences. The author also gives credit to the system of Catholic education for the kind of graduates it produce.


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