Module Three Task Two Marainist Characteristics of Education-1

Module Three Task Two Marainist Characteristics of Education-1

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EDT 502 Module Three Task Two Marianist’s Characteristics of Education By: Pam Perrino Education for Formation in Faith Bear Witness with a personal and committed faith that touches the heart. Socrates: “Being self-taught, they cannot be expected to show any gratitude for a culture which they have never received. But we have brought you into the world to be rulers of the hive, kings of yourselves and of the other citizens, and have educated you far better and more perfectly than they have been educated, and you are better able to share in the double duty. That is why each of you, when his turn comes, must go down to the general underground abode, and get the habit of seeing in the dark.” If you have not experienced the event with personal perspective and made a personal commitment how can you be expected to touch the souls of others and move them forward with love, hope, and faith? “Moreover, I said, you must not wonder that those who attain to this beatific vision are
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