Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Educating for a Culture of Life

If I have time, I have a lot to say about a related subject to the series I'm currently working on about building a culture of life that will probably require its own series just to get things started. It's basically "Educating for a Culture of Life" and this quote is a perfect place to start:

No amount of pious training or pious culture will protect the faithful, or preserve them from the contamination of the age, if they are left inferior to non-Catholics in secular learning and intellectual development. The faithful must be guarded and protected by being trained and disciplined to grapple with the false systems of the age…. They must be better armed than their opponents - surpass them in the strength and vigor of their minds, and in the extent and variety of their knowledge. They must, on all occasions and against all adversaries, be ready to give a reason for the hope that is in them. (Orestes Brownson)


Most likely both of these series will take me quite a while to pull together, though I have lots of bits and pieces scattered about my blogs already. There's lots of work to do, but at this point, I'm looking forward to digging in and getting it done.

1 comment:

Karen E. said...

Great post, Alicia, as is the whole series you're working on!