The Morning Call, Thursday, January 13, 2005
Opinion piece by Father Thomas F. Dailey, OSFS, director of the Salesian Center for Faith & Culture at DeSales, and professor of theology, asks, "is bigger necessarily better?" It is apparent in everything from athletics and consumption, to corporations and education. According to Father Dailey, "its lure has the potential not only for physical or financial or intellectual problems, but even more so for social decay." He cites the need for education in personal and social character, and the formation of a new generation that excels in integrity. We are all responsible for the cultural values that shape our common life, says Father Dailey. If success depends only on size and might, then too many good people will continue to lose out.
Press Release: In the baseball game of life, size doesn't mean success | Posted on: 1/13/2005
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