Presidential Inauguration of J. Hunter Guthrie, S.J., 1949. Tape 2.
Inaugural address by President Guthrie. One of his central themes is that universities fail to fully educate students if they do not include the teaching of religion and morals: "...the goal of true education is dualistic. Both spirit and nature in the Pauline sense claim their just measure of attention. No academic system can pretend to be realistic if it fails to account for both factors in its training ..." Address ends at the 25 minute 26 second mark.
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Guthrie, Hunter (1949-05-01)Broadcast by WGTG Georgetown. Held in Gaston Hall. Organ music is heard for the first 16 minutes 26 seconds, presumably the duration of the academic procession. Speakers include: Robert E. Hogan, Jr., President of The ...