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Canon 634

1. The Catholic school has a particular obligation to create an

atmosphere animated by the Gospel spirit of freedom and love in

the school community, to help the young in the development of

their own personality in such a way that at one and the same time

they grow in accordance with that new creature into which they

have been transformed through baptism, and it should so orient

the whole of human culture to the message of salvation that the

knowledge which the students gradually acquire of the world, of

life and of humankind is illumined by faith. 2. It is up to

the Catholic school to adapt these things to the particular circumstances under the supervision of the competent ecclesiastical

authority, if for the most part its pupils are non-Catholics.

3. A Catholic school, no less than other schools, must pursue

the human and social formation of the young people.




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