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When St. Bonaventure University decided to redesign its core curriculum, we turned to Bonaventure's account of the mind's journey to God in the Itinerarium Mentis in Deum as a paradigm by which to give coherence to the undergraduate experience consistent with our mission and tradition. Bonaventure was himself an Augustinian philosopher and thus Augustine's Confessions holds a place of great significance in our first year seminar where it is studied in conjunction with Bonaventure's inward turndoi:10.3390/rel6030755 fatcat:nnfmms67lrdstcurdevykldbo4