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Anselm

Saint. 1033--1109, Italian Benedictine monk; archbishop of Canterbury (1093--1109): one of the founders of scholasticism; author of Cur Deus Homo? (Why did God become Man?). Feast day: Aug. 21
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Playing a small part in the fight for regeneration is St Anselm''s College, which together with Caldy and children's charity Touraid, is helping to bring youngsters aged 12 to 14 on a week-long tour to Wirral.
The U16 age group is proving most competitive, with St Anselm's and Calday Grange winning one race each.
Mason is now also carrying out coaching work at St Anselms College and Merchant Taylor School and is also working with the Sale Academy as he settles back into life in this country.
Teams from St Anselm's figured well in all the three other races taking second spot in the Curlews race, theCubs race and the Junior Race as well.
They also took team honours in the under 13 race, this time by a gap of 20 points from St Anselms.
St Anselm's College recorded the only double victory with John Philip Seymour and Matthew Westby taking the honours in the boys' under-18 and 15 events, respectively.
Inter Boys: 400m Harry Doran (Birk-dale), Daniel Higham (Ruffwood), Daniel Yip (Gateacre), 800m Darryl Connolly (Gateacre), 1500m David Forrester (Birk-dale), 100m Hurdles Jack Meredith (De La Salle), Liam Wilson (St Edward's), High Jump Michael Ehlen (Raihill), Shot Philip Bracken (St Anselm's), Hammer Adam Reynolds (St Margaret's), Adam Davies (Stanley).
He is also a member of the successful St Anselms Under-16 Sandfield Park relay team.
Anselms), discus Glyn Hoosen-Owen (Ramsay), javellin David McKown (Formby Highschool), hammer Daniel Brew (Calderstones).
The winners entertain Merchant Taylors or St Anselms in the last 16.
WHY choose St Anselm's College for sixth form study?
Although there are glimpses of Merton's theological method in these more popular essays on interreligious dialogue, an important though much neglected aspect of his thought on this subject was constructed by reading Anselm, particularly through the interpretive lens of Karl Barth's groundbreaking study on Anselm's Proslogion.