One of the School’s primary concerns in terms of spiritual development is that religious practice does not feel like something that is imposed externally, but is rather a free and loving response to God, who loved us first.
Our students are immersed in an environment where the relationship with God is a natural experience, like breathing.
The School teaches its students to exercise their capacity for decision-making and free choice. Freedom is based on trusting in oneself, giving of oneself and personal responsibility.
“The Truth shall set you free” said Jesus. The truth of intelligence, which enables rational knowledge and the goodness of the will, are the pillars of freedom.