Faith, the first pillar, in its broadest sense refers to knowing through another person—learning from another. At Nativity, we propose the richness of the Catholic faith and all of history through teachers steeped in knowledge of his or her subject matter. In literature, students engage with historical writers, especially literary Catholics, of the past two centuries. In social studies, we delve into the factors which have shaped human history, with students concurrently studying Salvation history in their religious studies courses. In short, we remember and learn from our history in all subjects, so as to build on it in the present.