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“How a new school named after G.K. Chesterton is changing Catholic education”

(The Chesterton curriculum) treats Catholicism as a complex culture with its own language, literature, history, philosophy, economics, music and art. The faith is more than cult and code. It uses the tools of philosophy and theology to explore the truth of Catholicism with intellectual rigor. In a society that systematically reduces religion to a matter of sentiment and service, the neoclassical academies may quickly become a spiritual oasis.

http://www.americamagazine.org/issue/neoclassical-experiment