The Catholic Classical Vision Conclusion


The entire series can be downloaded as a PDF document here.


The series on the vision of Catholic classical education has reached its conclusion, having explained its end, form, content, and communal sources. Catholic classical education seeks to cultivate virtue in the entire person so that one is better able to know, love, and serve God through Christ and His Church. Its lineage began with the Greeks and was furthered by the Romans, elevated by the Church Fathers, and brought to a certain perfection by the Doctors of the Middle Ages. This long tradition of the Catholic Church can and must be handed on today, as it proposes an education arising from the needs of human nature itself, seeking its ultimate end in God. Its execution, no less than its nature, depends upon Divine Providence. May God who has thus far disposed the beginning of this project also rightly order its progress and bring it to a perfect end.

Mary, Seat of Wisdom, pray for us!

St. Thomas Aquinas, pray for us!

An overview of the School’s curriculum.

Detail from Fra Angelico, The Virgin and Child with Saints Dominic and Thomas Aquinas

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