I must admit. I have spent more years in Catholic schools than at UP. Besides, my only ties at the State U was limited within the halls of the College whose "business is not simply to teach law or make lawyers but to teach law in the grand manner and to make great lawyers." Thus, from elementary days to my undergraduate, my mind was molded by Benedictine monks and Christian Brothers. Not even UP's liberal and God-less education was able to make me a non-believer. A former mentor even told me that he, himself, came from a Catholic school but when he entered UP as a law student, he believed in his self, not to the Almighty. The same mentality that was shown to me by my atheist classmates who were products of the CSSP. Is UP trying to train students to be non-believers?