April 1916
America;4/15/1916, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p21
The article describes a Catholic boarding school for boys. It says that Christ in the Sacrament of the Eucharist is the sun and the center of the Catholic boarding school and the daily reception of the Bread of Life strengthens wayward boyhood in purity and faith. According to it, democracy prevails in this school and it considers intimate contact with men of scholarly ideals, the absence of distractions and labor improbus as the most important factors in the attainment of scholarship.


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