A central purpose of math instruction in Catholic schools is to find the truth and beauty in the mathematical world and recognize the symmetry and orderliness in the universe God created.  Symbols play a major role in the Catholic understanding of reality.  To find the truth, the meaning of life, is a goal of all human reasoning; the Catholic tradition holds that such meaning does exist at an ultimate level, God, and that the journey toward discovery of that meaning is deeply satisfying.  Students will recognize the many contributions of the Church scholars to the field of mathematics.



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