This article argues that any quest to establish or strengthen Catholic identity in educational institutions is ultimately a question of philosophical foundations. The author discusses the importance and fragility of culture as it applies to Catholic though and analyzes the philosophical components necessary for sustaining a dominant cultural ethos. This article concludes with a tentative formulation of four responsibilities of professors in Catholic institutions of higher learning.
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Frank, W. A. (2000). The Catholic Mind: Culture, Philosophy, and Responsibility in Higher Education. Journal of Catholic Education, 4 (2). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol4/iss2/6