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The Atlantic Discovers Jesuit Rebranding

NRO reports:

Jesuit universities are “rebranding” themselves, according to this piece in The Atlantic. While they still have to “fall in line with the Church as a whole,” they are also “places where young adults are encouraged to think critically.” Translation: Georgetown, Boston College, Holy Cross, and the 25 other Jesuit institutions of higher education in the United States have begun to value intellect, just like their secular counterparts, though they find themselves handicapped by constraints that the heavy hand of Rome places on their academic freedom.
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