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Moog, François – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
It would be stating the obvious to assert that education, as it supports growth and allows for the promotion of the human self, necessarily hails from a humanistic perspective. But after putting this trite idea on the table, the matter remains problematic because the very smooth nature of such an assertion covers too well the challenges and issues…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Catholic Educators, Individual Development, Role of Education
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Boeve, Lieven – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
Rather than choosing between either catholic identity, or openness to otherness, the catholic dialogue school envisages, through the dialogue with the other, to stir the (re)discovery of one's own identity, and to introduce once again the Christian voice within the conversation. After introducing this project, I reflect more extensively on how to…
Descriptors: Catholics, Self Concept, Anthropology, Christianity
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Sibley, Angus – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
In an earlier essay (Sibley, Angus. 2016. "Can there be a Catholic economics?" "International Studies in Catholic Education" 8 (2), 211) I observed that 'the Church has a long record of consistently criticisng the obsession with competition that has such a dominant place in orthodox economic thinking and practice'. Inordinate…
Descriptors: Competition, Catholic Schools, Catholic Educators, Churches
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Aurora Bernardo, Maria; van der Nest, Theo; Smith, Lyn – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
The dual State-Catholic education model that secured the existence of many Catholic schools, especially after the Second Vatican Council, has made the role of principals more complex as they endeavour to balance their religious and educational leadership responsibilities. In Aotearoa New Zealand, the provisions of the Private Schools Conditional…
Descriptors: Principals, Instructional Leadership, Catholic Schools, Administrator Role
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Walker, Timothy – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
This article is intended to contribute to the debate about the nature of a Catholic philosophy of education by exploring the philosophical issues involved in the apparent conflict between scientific and religious knowledge claims. The claim that modern science has rendered religious truth claims unreasonable appears to be influential among…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Catholics, Educational Philosophy, Scientific Research
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Coll, Niall – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
A strong current in contemporary Catholic thought -- the theology of interreligious or interfaith dialogue -- stresses the importance of dialogue and collaboration with followers of other world faiths. This article proposes that religious education in Catholic schools, particularly at post-primary level, needs to engage more with this theological…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Catholic Schools, Intergroup Relations, Dialogs (Language)
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Canetta, Elisabetta – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
We currently live in a high-tech society where portable supercomputers, artificial intelligence, genetic enhancement, etc., are becoming part of our daily life. It can be argued that this steady flow of complex technology is vigorously pushing aside religion and faith in God. Nowadays if a student decides to study physics he/she cannot possibly…
Descriptors: Church Related Colleges, Catholics, College Science, Physics
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Sullivan, John – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
In "The Christian Academic in Higher Education" [Sullivan, John. 2018. "The Christian Academic in Higher Education: The Consecration of Learning." London: Palgrave Macmillan], I make an extended attempt to explore what difference it might make if the tasks of academics in contemporary universities were interpreted and responded…
Descriptors: Church Related Colleges, Catholics, Religious Education, Role of Education
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Torevell, David – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2019
Youth depression is a growing phenomenon in schools, college and universities, a major area of pastoral concern which needs addressing, according to many Catholic educators. This article argues that medical/psychiatric approaches and guidance "combined with" theological and spiritual understandings constitute the most effective way…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Church Related Colleges, Religious Education, Depression (Psychology)
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D'Souza, Mario O. – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
Readers of this journal will recall two articles on the Catholic philosophy education: "Towards a contemporary Catholic philosophy of education," by Brendan Carmody SJ, [Carmody, Brendan. (2011). "Towards a Contemporary Catholic Philosophy of Education." "International Studies in Catholic Education" 3 (2): 106-119],…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Educational Philosophy, Catholics, Religious Factors
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Igelmo Zaldívar, Jon; Lemke Duque, Carl Antonius – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
This study focuses on two major aspects of Jesuit pedagogy in Spain that should be held in mind in order to understand Jesuit educational transformations after the Second Vatican Council: Firstly (A), the theological renewal undertaken since the end of the 1960s, mainly by the Jesuit institute "Fe y Secularidad" founded in 1967 and the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Catholics, Educational History, Catholic Schools
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McKinney, Stephen J. – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
This article argues that although the preferential option for the poor is associated with Catholic schools there is an insufficient depth in the knowledge and understanding of this concept and the implications for the aims and operation of Catholic schools. The article provides a concise overview of the care for the poor in the Vatican documents…
Descriptors: Poverty, Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Institutional Mission
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Admirand, Peter – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
This article examines why liberation theology needs to be a core resource in religious education settings, especially in Catholic secondary schools. It will first touch on key tenets of liberation theology and the reasons why it was silenced and underused. It will then analyse poverty in the Jewish tradition as an interfaith resource and…
Descriptors: Catholics, Secondary School Students, Educational Benefits, Catholic Schools
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Versaldi, Giuseppe – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
The conciliar declaration Gravissimum Educationis states that "All men of every race, condition and age, since they enjoy the dignity of a human being, have an inalienable right to an education that is in keeping with their ultimate goal, their ability, their sex, and the culture and tradition of their country, and also in harmony with their…
Descriptors: Christianity, Humanism, Individual Differences, Social Justice
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Walsh, Paddy – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
Papers in this journal on Bernard Lonergan by Brendan Carmody (2011) and on Karl Rahner by Sean Whittle (2014) have considered their significance for a philosophy of Catholic education. They were stars in the Catholic intellectual firmament in the mid-to-late twentieth century, acknowledged for their command of the longstanding Catholic traditions…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Educational History, Educational Philosophy
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