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Canon 641

In Catholic universities each field of study is to be cultivated

according to its own principles, its own method and the freedom

of scientific inquiry that is proper to it, so that as time goes

on a deeper understanding of these disciplines may be obtained,

and by paying careful attention to contemporary problems and research the convergence of faith and reason in the one truth may

be seen more clearly, and that persons outstanding in doctrine

may be formed who are ready to fill the more responsible posts in

society and to bear witness to their faith in the world.




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