Wednesday, June 10, 2009
St. Paul: Thrusts of the Old SPUQ Museum
Abe V Rotor
Until it was replaced, the original St. Paul Museum served as a Window of the Paulinian Community for fifteen years.
1. Showcases Paulinian culture and symbolize unity and solidarity of the Paulinian Community here and abroad;
2. Upholds the spirit of nationalism, while promoting international understanding and brotherhood;
3. Promotes the preservation of Filipino Culture, while keeping the door open to the understanding of other cultures;
4. Upholds the values of tradition, while accepting those that come along with change;
5. Recognizes and promotes research, invention and discovery;
6. Creates awareness in important current issues - social, economic, political, environmental and the like.
7. Helps bridge the gap of the sciences (natural and social) and the Humanities;
8. Shares in keeping the Christian faith in the essence of the SPC vision and mission;
9. Promotes scholarship as an essential aspect in the holistic development of man; and
10. Establishes linkages between and among individuals and institutions in furthering the above thrusts as well as the vision and mission of school and congregation.