Monday, January 31, 2011

The first rule for the professor of higher faculties

From the Jesuit Ratio Studiorum of 1599:
It should be the set purpose of the teacher, both in his lectures as opportunity offers and on other occasions, to inspire his students to the love and service of God and to the practice of the virtues which He expects of them, for this is the sole purpose of all their activities.

1 comment:

Jarrett Cooper said...

After a first rule like that, what could possibly be the second?