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CONVENT EDUCATION

Sta.-Shan Lawrence's fine apologia for Catholic secular teachers corroborates the essentials of what I said (in that letter of mine she is reacting to). I did not, of course, intend to contrast nun and Catholic secular teachers; of course they are all of the Mystical Body teaching; I intended to contrast education in a Catholic synthesis of thought integrated round absolutes-and the Absolute-and in association with a (one) lived expression of an effort at personal integration with the absolute

the lived vows-with an education that is secularist in the strict sense, i.e., one whose philosophy or fashion fears or patronises or hates religion, and particularly that provocative expression or mode of it that the vowed life is.

MARY JACKSON.

7, Colville Square, W.11.




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