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Louis Dupré uses his experience as a university professor to reflect upon the core principles of education, especially in a liberal arts setting. He outlines that a liberal education provides a medium through which spiritual legacies, contemplative minds, and moral truths are transmitted all through the sense of wonder held by the student and teacher. This, he says, is done especially well at the Catholic university.
Marianists, Liberal arts education, Catholic universities and colleges, Marianist Award
TEMP GR. STOR US. CATH LC 485.D86 1992
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Dupré, Louis, "The Joys and Responsibilities of Being a Catholic Teacher" (1992). Marianist Award Lectures. 14.