|This is Raphael's striking, almost alluring,|
painting of St. Catherine.
What I am talking about is realizing that what we do here at Our Lady's College (OLSWA) actually works as it's suppose to. I am often pessimistic - and that pessimism kept me from seeing the Old Lady (I usually see the young woman. Freudian? Probably.)
This is the essence of having been educated. So I guess they have been educated. The ability to look at an issue, see its full complexity, to enjoy the process of reasoning, and to have confidence that the truth is greater than I, and, hence, that it can take care of itself: to be quite content with the fact that I know a part, and yet what I really want to know is more than a part.
There are a lot of people out there who think that there are only two epistemological categories: doubt and certainty. But, fortunately, such people cannot be found in my apologetics class.