"We are following the lead of our spiritual patron, St. Thomas More," he said. "We can engage the world, hold firmly to our faith, and retire for learned and merry conversations among friends."
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Fahey said, then the only thing that matters is gaining power, and many students have realized the power that comes with claiming victimhood status in today’s world.
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