For his Baccalaureate Sermon, President Caldwell took his text from Saint Paul’s words in Acts xxvi: 19: “Whereupon, O King Agrippa, I was not disobedient unto the heavenly vision.”  “Obedience to the highest and best thing you see,” he told the Class of 1880, “is the word for this parting hour.  Seeing the unseen—this is the paradox of religion; this is the mystery of faith, as it is the perplexity of unbelief…. Your visions, many of them, will fade.  But there are visions which may be reached.  They will not be if you do not have them.  Have them, cherish them…. Vision and action must go together.”     The New York Times