||This tradition has continued to our own day. There are some outstanding names, but these are only made possible by the support of a wide array of devoted secondary figures. For centuries they have run the ever-increasing number of university centres, spread from Chile to China, where teaching and research have gone hand in hand.
The need for the educated apostle goes back to St Paul. It is to help form such thinkers and speakers that Jesuits undertake tertiary education, and today the number of those, both clerics and lay, seeking such training is on the increase.
Joseph Munitiz SJ
Former Master of Campion Hall, Oxford