The integral formation of the human person is the purpose of Catholic education. Every school, and every educator in the school, should be striving "to form strong and responsible individuals, who are capable of making free and correct choices," thus preparing young people "to open themselves more and more to reality, and to form in themselves a clear idea of the meaning of life." Thus, the Catholic school creates “within its walls a climate in which the pupil’s faith will gradually mature and enable him to assume the responsibility placed on him by Baptism.”