Education


CATHOLIC EDUCATION

Declaration on Christian Education Vatican II

The Catholic School on the Threshold of the Third Millennium (1997) Congregation for Catholic Education

Educational Guidance in Human Love Issued by the Congregation for Catholic Education on November 1, 1983

Congregation for Catholic Education Profile of the Congregation. Will eventually contain congregation documents

On Christian Education Pope Leo XIII

On Christian Education Pope Pius XI



More, more, more? By John Moffatt SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, September 2012

Invitation to Discipleship: Educating for Virtue in Catholic Classrooms By Patrick R Manning in Lumen et Vita, the graduate academic journal of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, 2012

Grounding Hope in Uncertain Times: Mission and Catholic Schools By Therese D'Orsa and Jim D'Orsa in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2011

Tales About the Future of Catholic Schools: The Story of Bob and Cathy By Richard Rymarz in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2011

The Educative Method of Msgr. Luigi Giussani: A Proposal for Education in a Secular Age By Brett Bertucio at the Radical Emancipation Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2011

Catholic Social Learning Podcast of presentation by Dr. Roger Bergman, 2011

Living and Thinking Reality in Its Integrity: Originary Experience, God, and the Task of Education By David L. Schindler in Communio: International Catholic Review, Summer 2010

Religious and Moral Education and Its Impact on National Development By Mary Joan Iwenofu, February 2010

Between the Generations: Reasons, Crisis, Challenge By Jean-Louis Bruguès in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, June 2010

Relevance of Faith Formation in the Missionary Mandate of the Church Sr Rosamma Joseph, MSMI, in Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection, January 2009

Eastern Catholic Students in Catholic Schools: The Background Paper By Brian Kelty and Fr Alex Kenez in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2009

Eastern Catholic Students in Catholic Schools: Challenges and Responses By Richard Rymarz in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2009

Religions of the World: Why Catholic Schools Should Teach About Them By Kath Engebretson in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2009

Religious-School Financing and Educational Pluralism in the American Tradition By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in Antonianum Periodicum Trimestre, 2009

Catholic Schools and Freedom of Conscience in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms By J. Kent Donlevy in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2008

What Lies Ahead for the Catholic School? By James Quillinan in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2007

Education and the Human Soul By Patrick Danielson in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Summer 2007

Commercialisation of Education By Peter N. Bwanali SJ in Promotio Iustitiae, December 2007

Bringing Life to Faith and Faith to Life: For a Shared Christian Praxis Approach and Against a Detractor By Thomas Groome in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Spring 2006

Harmonizing Plural Societies: The Case of Lasallians, Families, Schools - and the Poor By Patrick McKinley Brennan, 2006

Catholic Schools and Religious Pluralism By Edmund Chia in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2006

The Liberal State's Response to Religious Visions of Education By James G. Dwyer in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, Spring 2005

Introduction to the Symposium on Religious Education and the Liberal State By Robert K. Vischer in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, Spring 2005

Realism, Freedom, and the Integral Development of the Human Person: A Catholic View of Education By Michael Scaperlanda in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, Spring 2005

Why Educate?: A Jewish Law Perspective By Michael J. Broyde in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, Spring 2005

Muslim Views on Education: Parameters, Purview, and Possibilities By Asma Afsaruddin in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, Spring 2005

Religion, Education, and the Theoretically Liberal State: Contrasting Evangelical and Secularist Perspectives By David M. Smolin in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, Spring 2005

Loisy's "Mystical Faith": Loisy, Leo XIII, and Sabatier on Moral Education and the Church By Harvey Hill in Theological Studies, March 2004

Catholic Formation Through Children's Literature: The Works of Hilda Van Stockum By Christine Marlin, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy, at the “Epiphanies of Beauty” Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2004

Christian Education Without the Problem of Indoctrination By Charlene Tan in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, October 2003

Canadian Catholic Education and the New Evangelization Dr. John Stapleton in Perspective, November 2003

Catholic Schools: Six Secrets of Success By Kathryn Ann Connelly in Catholic Update, 2003

Catholic Education and Free Market By Miguel Rumayor, Universidad Panamericana, 2003

Catholic Education and Free Market By Miguel Rumayor, Universidad Panamericana, at the “Formation and Renewal Conference” in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2003

Vouchers and Religious Schools: The New Constitutional Questions By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in University of Cincinnati Law Review, Fall 2003

Supervised Pastoral Education: A Theologian's Assessment By Allan Savage in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, November 2002

The Right Questions About School Choice: Education, Religious Freedom, and the Common Good By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in Cardozo Law Review, March 2002

'Coming Out' as a Catholic School Teacher By Gerald D. Coleman in America, 2001

Integrating Inner-Healing into Missions Education By Dr. Maynor Clara Cheng in Mission Studies, 2001

Racial Segregation in American Churches and its Implications for School Vouchers By Robert K. Vischer, University of St. Thomas, in Florida Law Review, 2001

Education and the Imparting of Christian Values Workshop Report of the FABC Seventh Plenary Assembly in Samphran, Thailand, January 2000

Love As the Horizon of Moral Education and Character Development: A Latin American Contribution for the 21st Century Edited by Kuis Ugalde, Nicolas Barros, George F. McLean, 1998

Educational Imperatives after the Shoah By Arij A. Roest Crollius in SIDIC Periodical, 1998

Catholic Schools Today: Why They're Right for Your Child By Robert J. Kealey in Catholic Update, 1998

Religious Education of the Non-Christians By Paul Puthanangady, S.D.B. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1995

The Faith Educator in the Asian Context By Paul Puthanangady, S.D.B. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1995

The Spirituality of the Teacher By Elizabeth Liebert in The Way, 1994

The Spirituality of the Teacher By Andrew Dreitcer in The Way, 1994

The Vocationalizing of Education By Richard Pring in The Way, 1994

Blessed Are They Who Go to Catholic Schools By Tim Unsworth in National Catholic Reporter, Oct 29, 1993

Broadening the Horizons: Faith Formation in a World of Religious Diversity By Geoffrey King in Inter-Religio, 1993

Reports from Around the World: The Shoah in Education and Commemorating the Shoah in Public Prayer By different authors in SIDIC Periodical, 1989

The Shoah in the School Curriculum By Mary Kelly in SIDIC Periodical, 1989

The Gesture of a Truthful Story By Stanley Hauerwas in Theology Today, July 1985. Put simply religious education is the training in those gestures through which we learn the story, of God and God's will for our lives... It is ongoing training in the skills we need in order to live faithful to the kingdom that has been initiated in Jesus

Education for Ministry since Vatican II By T. Howland Sanks in Theological Studies, September 1984

Education-Mission-Witness-Dialogue: An Arithmetical Progression in Our Teaching By Mary Travers in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

Franciscan and Hasidic Spiritualities and the Teacher: Notes for Educators at All Levels By Mary Travers in SIDIC Periodical, 1982

Christian Teaching and Judaism Today: A Study of Religion Texts By Eugene J. Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1978

School Chaplain By Paul Edwards in The Way, 1975

The School Community and School Organization By Peter Hackett in The Way, 1975

The Challenge to Catholic Education By Maurice Keane in The Way, 1975

The Complete Curriculum and the Complete Person By Frank Morgan in The Way, 1975

Education and Community By Doreen Grant in The Way, 1974

Community Schools: A Note By Ralph Woodhall in The Way, 1974

The Future of Catholic Schools By George Earle in The Way, 1974

Men for Others: Education for Social Justice and Social Action Today By Pedro Arrupe, S.J., at the "Tenth International Congress of Jesuit Alumni of Europe," in Valencia, Spain, July 31, 1973

Education as Ministry By Joan Bland in The Way, 1972

The Priest in Education: Apostolate or Anomaly? By Matthew J. O'Connell in Theological Studies, March 1965

Moral Aspects of Segregation in Education By Francis J. Gilligan in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1958

Moral and spiritual values in public education By John J. Voight in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1956

The growth and development of the Catholic school system in the United States Book by J. A. Burns, CSC, 1912

The Catholic Church and Education Go to page 163 of "The Catholic Church and Modern Christianity" by Bernard John Otten, SJ, 1910

History in Our Public Schools By Francis P. Connelly, SJ. Scroll to page 785. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 29, From January to October, 1904

History of Schools – A Suppressed Chapter By William Poland, SJ. Scroll to page 248. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 28, From January to October, 1903

A Fatal Error in Education and Its Remedy By R. Schwickerath, SJ. Scroll to page 756. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 28, From January to October, 1903

Education by the State: The Evolution of a State Religion By Lorenzo J. Markoe. Scroll to page 782. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 27, From January to October, 1902

Catholic Features in the Official Report on Education By John J. O'Shea. Scroll to page 125. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 26, From January to October, 1901

Michael Servetus and Some Sixteenth Century Education Notes By James J. Walsh. Scroll to page 714. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 26, From January to October, 1901

Rise of the Christian Schools—De La Salle By C. M. Graham. Scroll to page 456. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 25, From January to October, 1900

Christian Education in the First Centuries, a.d. 33-476 By Eugene Magevney, S.J. Scroll to page 225. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 23, From January to October, 1898

A course of religious instruction: apologetic, dogmatic, and moral : for the use of colleges and schools By F.X. Schouppe, SJ, 1879

National Education Book by Henry Edward Manning, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, 1838

National Catholic Educational Association Departments, policy, programs, news, membership, and more

National Catholic Student Coalition By living the Gospel in the modern world, and gathering around our Eucharistic table, our student-directed coalition strives to promote within and among the group we serve: the formation of the faith community, appropriation of the faith, formation of the Christian conscience, education for justice, facilitation of personal development, and development of leaders for the future

The Alliance for Catholic Education A two-year service program allowing college graduates to serve as full-time teachers in under-resourced Catholic schools across the southern United States. Graduates are awarded a tuition-free Master of Education degree from the University of Notre Dame

Teaching Theology in a New Cultural Environment By Peter Horsfield, an ordained minister in the Uniting Church in Australia

Feminist Studies in Religion and a Radical Democratic Ethos By Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza

Catholic Educators News Online publication edited by Gilles Cote, Religious Education Coordinator of Immaculata Regional High School in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Contents: Lesson Plans, Featured Sites, Bulletin Board,Quotable Quotes, Prayer Nook, Site Updates, A Time To Laugh, Insights, Profiles, Advertizing, Archives

Catholic Education Resource Center The Catholic Educator's Resource Center provides an Internet library of articles chosen for their objective, concise, and clear presentation of Catholic teachings, history, and culture, particularly in those areas in which the Church's role is unknown or misunderstood. The Center is an EWTN ally and provides quality conservative material

Character Development: In Schools and Beyond Book edited by Kevin Ryan and Thomas Lickona

Why should Catholic schools teach about religions of the world? Associate Professor Kath Engebretson, School of Religious Education, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne campus


CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION

Catholic Schools: Heritage and Legacy 1990 pastoral letter by the bishops of Ohio

Catholic Education A Pastoral Letter on Catholic School Education by Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick of Newark, NJ.

Statement on Religious Education in Catholic Schools By the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, May 2000

Mentoring in a Catholic High School: The Movement to Receive By Alfred KM Pang in Lumen et Vita, the graduate academic journal of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, 2012

Healing the Wounded Adolescent By Mary Eastham in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2009

Lemon v. Kurtzman: The Parochial-School Crisis and the Establishment Clause By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN - School of Law, 2009

Both universal and local: The catholic/Catholic identity of the Catholic school within the Church By Kath Engebretson, Associate Professor in the School of Religious Education at the Melbourne Campus of Australian Catholic University, 2008

Conflict in Independent Catholic Schools By Dan Guernsey and James Barott in Catholic Education, June 2008

Feelings about Math and Science: Reciprocal Determinism and Catholic School Education By Anna Cash Ghee and Jane C. Khoury in Catholic Education, March 2008

Toward a Pedagogy Grounded in Christian Spirituality by Gini Shimabukuro in Catholic Education, June 2008

Making God Known, Loved, and Served: The Future of Catholic Primary and Secondary Schools in the United States Catholic Education, March 2008

Non-Catholic Students Impact upon Catholic Students in Four Catholic High Schools By J. Kent Donlevy, University of Calgary, in the Journal of Religion & Society, 2006

How to save Catholic Schools: Let the Revitalization Begin By Joseph O'Keefe in Commonweal, March 25, 2005

Teach the Children Well: A Guide to Passing on the Faith By Melissa Musick Nussbaum in Commonweal, Sept 9, 2005

Needed: the Vision Thing; Rethinking the Mission of Catholic Primary Schools By Maurice Timothy Reidy in Commonweal, April 9, 2004

The Catholic Option: Non-Catholic Parents' Choice of a Religious Education in Saskatoon Catholic Schools By Archibald Glen McKay. Thesis submitted to the College of Graduate Studies and Research, Department of Educational Foundations, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Fall 2002

The Gifts of the Spirit: An Apologia for Metaphysics in High Schools By Raquel Frisardi, Montrose School, at the Culture of Life Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2001

God & Man at Prep School: Can Religion & Elite Education Still Mix? By Michael McGough in Commonweal, May 19, 2000

Catholic Grade Schools: Save Them By Kathleen McGarvey Hidy in Commonweal, April 10, 1998

How to Pay for Catholic Schools By Joseph Claude Harris in Commonweal, Oct 6, 1995

Public and Private in the Field of Education By George F. McLean. Chapter 8 of Public and Private Social Inventions in Modern Societies, 1994

Catholic School Owned by Lay People! Hales High School, Chicago, Illinois By Jim Bowman in Commonweal, April 8, 1994

The Teacher as Minister of Grace Talk by William Harkins, FSC, April 1988

Toward a Catholic High School Curriculum for Teaching about Jews and Judaism By Eugene J. Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1982

The Social Bearing of Elementary Instruction By W. Poland, SJ. Scroll to page 142. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 28, From January to October, 1903

Catholic Secondary Schools By James A. Burns, C.S.C. Scroll to page 485. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 26, From January to October, 1901

Catholic Secondary Education in the United States By John T. Murphy, C.S.Sp. Scroll to page 449. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 22, From January to October, 1897

Bank of Catholic Moral Theology Questions Over 600 questions covering nine topics, with two types of inquiry: multiple choice and free response. A free service offered to all certified religion teachers. To proceed beyond the opening page you will need a password. Bona Fide theology teachers may request a password, at no charge, by sending an application letter to the bank's creator, Brother Malcolm Melcher, S.C.

Bank of Catholic Bible Questions Over 900 questions covering six topics with four types of inquiry: multiple choice, chronology multiple choice, matching and free response. A free service offered to all certified religion teachers. To proceed beyond the opening page you will need a password. Bona Fide theology teachers may request a password, at no charge, by sending an application letter to the bank's creator, Brother Malcolm Melcher, S.C.

Bank of Church History Questions Over 1600 questions covering eleven topics with four types of inquiry: multiple choice, chronology multiple choice, matching and free response. A free service offered to all certified religion teachers. To proceed beyond the opening page you will need a password. Bona Fide theology teachers may request a password, at no charge, by sending an application letter to the bank's creator, Brother Malcolm Melcher, S.C.

CyberFaith Resources from Sadlier for educators, parents and children in Catholic schools


CATHOLIC HIGHER EDUCATION

Apostolic Constitution on Ecclesiastical Universities and Faculties (1979) Pope John Paul II

Apostolic Constitution on Catholic Universities Pope John Paul II

The Presence of the Church in the University and in University Culture Issued June 7, 1994 by the Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education, and the pontifical councils for the Laity and for Culture

Ex Corde Ecclesiae: The Application to the United States United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, June 2000

Guidelines Concerning the Academic Mandatum in Catholic Universities Approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in June 2001

Catholic Colleges and Universities In the United States

AJCUnet Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities

Newman Centers/Catholic Student Associations About 70 centers

A Jesuit University Jesuit Education, The Idea of a Jesuit University, The Ratio Studiorum, Justice, Service, Inter-religious and Intercultural Dialogue, Jesuits and Women, Mission, Jesuits and Lay Colleagues, and the Future

The Idea of a University By Cardinal Newman

Whom Should a Catholic University Honor?: “Speaking” With Integrity By Richard W. Garnett in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2011

The Authority to Interpret, the Purpose of Universities, and the Giving of Awards, Honors, or Platforms by Catholic Universities:  Some Thoughts on Catholics In Political Life By Michael Baur in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2011

Whom Should a Catholic Law School Honor?  If Confusion Is the Concern, Context Matters By Robert K. Vischer in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2011

Internationalizing the Catholic University: Global Evangelization through Catholic Social Tradition By Judy Hutchinson at the Radical Emancipation Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2011

The Jesuit Tradition of Christian Humanism Podcast of presentation by John O'Malley, S.J., 2011

The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Social Justice, and the University By David Hollenbach, SJ in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2010

Impasse and Solidarity in Theological Ethics By James F. Keenan, Boston College, in CTSA Proceedings, 2009

Be Not Afraid: 'The Vagina Monologues' on Catholic Campuses By Cathleen Kaveny in Commonweal, March 13, 2009

Spirituality and the University By C Kourie, University of South Africa, in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2009

Scripture across the Curriculum: Pastoral Ministry and Mission By Dr. Peter Williamson, Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit, 2009

The Liturgy of the Hours as an Effective Means for Teaching the Book of Psalms By Prof. Kelly Anderson, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia, 2009

The Faiths of a Catholic University: Personal or Impersonal By James Bernauer, Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Boston College, 2009

Millennials and Ministry on College Campuses By Dr. Michael Galligan-Stierle, ACCU, in New Theology Review, February 2009

Henry Adams and John Henry Newman on Liberal Education By Susan E. Hanssen, Associate Professor of History, University of Dallas, at the Summons of Freedom Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2009

Asian Religious Pluralism and Higher Education By Felix Wilfred in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2009

The Jesuit College: A Center for Knowledge, Art, and Faith, 1548-1773 Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits, Spring 2008

Do we need a Christian university? By Nigel Paterson in Cambridge Papers, September 2008

Teaching New Dogs Old Tricks: Reconsidering Theological Education in a Postmodern Society By Paul D. Jacobs in American Theological Inquiry, 2008. Scroll down to page 134

Implementing Jesuit Charisms and Core Values in Distance Education By Charles Timothy Dickel and Sharon R. Ishii-Jordan in Catholic Education, March 2008

Australian Universities in Transition: Moral, Pragmatic or Religious Drivers? By Paul Tyson, doctoral candidate at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, 2008

Teaching Theology Online By Matthew C. Ogilvie, Coordinator of Online Education for the University of Dallas School of Ministry, 2008

Business Education at Catholic Universities: Exploring the Role of Mission-Driven Business Schools Papers delivered at a 2008 conference at the University of Notre Dame, including these topics:
  • Does Ex corde ecclesiae have anything to say to Catholic business schools?” By Terrence McGoldrick, University of San Diego. Respondent: Dr. Don Briel
  • Enhancing Mission Education at Catholic Business Schools By Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D. Respondent: Don Briel
  • Catholic Identity And Mission In Professional Schools: Get Real By Carolyn Y. Woo
  • A Leadership Perspective on Catholic Business Education By Andre L. Delbecq. Respondent: Frank Lazarus
  • Teaching Business Ethics in a Catholic Jesuit University By John W. Dienhart
  • The Integrative Justice Model and its Relevance to Business Education at Catholic Business Schools By Nicholas Santos, S.J. and Gene Laczniak, Marquette University
  • A President's Challenge: Case Study on Stewarding the University's Catholic Mission in the Business School By Frank Lazarus, James Klassen and Brian Murray
  • Catholic Social Thought as a Guide to Self-Assessment by Business Schools By Ken Goodpaster and Dean Maines
  • What Next? Faith, Reason and Catholic Business Education By Francis Hilton, S.J. and Peter Lorenzi
  • A Vehicle of Evangelization: The Professional School of Business on a Catholic University Campus By Thomas Bausch
  • Mission-Driven Business Education at Catholic Universities in Asia By Thomas Hong-Soon Han, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea
  • Business Education at Catholic Universities: The Spanish Case By Anna Bajo and Jose Luis Fernandez, Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Icai-Icade), Madrid, Spain. Respondent: Catherine Giunta
  • Teaching Marketing in a Catholic University: Examining the Tensions Between Christian Teaching and Promotion of Consumption By Andrew V. Abela, Ph.D.
  • The Catholic Mission in Finance Curricula: Towards Ethically-Grounded Finance By Quentin Dupont, S.J.
  • Student Managed Portfolios in an Environment of Faith By Adrian M. Cowan, Bill Greehey. Respondent: Helen Costigane, SHCJ
  • The Economy of Communion in Freedom Project: A Resource for Catholic Business Education By Linda B. Specht
  • Two Barriers to Moral Agency in Management Education By Andrew Yuengert, Pepperdine University
  • Integrating a Social Justice Perspective in Economics Education: Creating a Distinctly Catholic Education By Dean Peterson and David Carrithers, Albers School of Business & Economics, Seattle University
  • Teaching Business Ethics in European Catholic Business Schools. How Christian Values May Interest Students if not Announced as Such By Geert Demuijnck. Respondent: Andre Ata Ujan
  • Educating Christian Business Managers About Corporate Purpose: A Role for Law (and Lawyers) By Lyman Johnson
  • Using Immersion Experiences and Community Service Learning to Promote the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching in an Economics Course By Stephen J. Conroy, University of San Diego
  • A Business Faculty Perspective on Catholic Mission, Identity and Social Principles By Jeanne Buckeye. Five page summary
  • Developing Capacity for Integrating Business Education with the Catholic Social Tradition By Br. Raymond L. Fitz, S.M., Ph.D.
  • A Tenured Faith and an Adjunct Faculty: Successes and Challenges in Instructor Formation at Catholic Colleges that Offer Business Programs in an Accelerated Format By Doug Gambrall and Mark A. Newcomb, Aquinas College, Nashville, Tennessee
  • The Transformative Faith-based Education Mission and One School's Journey to Become a Franciscan Institution By Todd Palmer and Charles Coate
  • The Search for Identity: Emergent Catholicity in the Modern Business School By Brian Schmisek, Rob Walsh and Dale Fodness, University of Dallas. Respondent: Helen McCullough
  • Notes on Incorporating the Catholic Social Tradition in Business Ethics Education By Marilise Smurthwaite and Douglas Racionzer, St Augustine College of South Africa
  • The Who, What, Where, When and How of Teaching "Catholic" Business Education at a Catholic University By Mark Bandsuch, S.J.
  • Ethics and Ethical Theories: A Road Map for Teaching Ethics in Business School By Joan Fontrodona, Manuel Guillen and Alfredo Rodrigue-Sedano
  • The Reframing of a Business Discipline: Can Strategic Management be Made Catholic? By John Gallagher
  • How Catholic Spirituality Can Strengthen Emotional Competence in Managerial Situations By Declan Murphy and Molly Pyle. Respondent: Perry Devanesan
  • Business Environmental and Workplace Reporting and Activities and CST: A Practice-based Approach to Education about Catholic Social Thought By Gerald Cavanagh, S.J., Jeanne David and Si Hendry, S.J.
  • Globalization: A Connecting Theme for Catholic Business Education By Brian Toyne, Zaida Martinez and James Ball. Respondent: Jose Sols
  • Catholic Education in a Parallel Universe: Postcards from a Business School By Molly Pepper, Michael Hazel and Linda Tredennick.  Respondent: David Krueger
  • Mission-driven Business School Education at a Catholic University: The Role of Ethics and Sustainability in Curriculum Development, Faculty Recruitment and Extracurricular Activities  (Five Page Summary) By James Weber and Virginia Gerde
  • Restoring the Broken Image: The Centrality of the Subjective Dimension of Labor and Liberal Education in Catholic Business Education (Five Page Summary) By Ernest Pierucci
  • How Jesuit is AGSB (the Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business) By Manuel Dy and Antonette Palma-Angeles
  • Exploring the Potential of a Wiki to Support Catholic and Jesuit Identity (Five Page Summary) By John Workman
  • Catholic Social Teaching, Virtue Ethics and the Rule of St. Benedict: A Framework for Teaching Applied Ethics based on the Benedictine Tradition of Catholic Social Teaching at Benedictine College (Five Page Summary) By John Bunch
  • Examination of Current Practices used in Business Schools at Franciscan-based Catholic Colleges to Integrate Franciscan Values in the Curriculum By Michael Russell. Respondent: P.M. Mathew
  • The ALTIS experience: A new Business School, ALTIS (Postgraduate School Business & Society) of the Catholic University of Sacred Heart By Mario Molteni
  • The Challenges Faced by Business Schools within Newly Founded Catholic Universities: The Case of Tanzania By Sr. Hellen Bandiho. Respondent: Michal Michalski
  • The Challenge of Translating Catholic Social Values in Business Education By Cristián del Campo, SJ and Osvaldo Ferreiro
  • The Benedictine Tradition, Catholic Social Teaching and the Misson of Business Education in the Catholic University By John Kevin Doyle and Christine Fletcher
  • Catholic Education in Higher Education Business Courses Catherine Giunta
  • A Model for Integration of Catholic Social Teaching: Sharing Across Disciplines By Mary Henderson and Megan Kalina
  • The Human Person-The Heart of Business By John Little
  • Catholic Business Education-The Missing Link in the Transformation of Polish Economy By Michal Michalski
  • Business Education at Catholic Universities By Robert Till and Patricia Smith, OSF

    Combining Synchronoic and Diachronic Methodology in Teaching the Pentateuch By Msgr. Michael Magee, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia, 2008

    Dean's Message: Are We 'Too Catholic' or 'Not Catholic Enough'? By Thomas M. Mengler in St. Thomas Lawyer, Summer 2008

    Business Education at Catholic Universities: Current Status and Future Directions By Steve Porth, John McCall and Joseph DiAngelo, Saint Joseph's University, June 2008

    Catholic Social Teaching and Technology? A Service Learning Course at the Dolan School of Business By Winston Tellis, June 2008

    Do we need a Christian university? By Nigel Paterson in Cambridge Papers, September 2008

    How Diverse Is Contemporary Theological Education? Identity Politics and Theological Education By Jenny Plane Te Paa in Anglican Theological Review, Spring 2008

    Theological Education in the Brazilian Context By Carlos Eduardo Calvani in Anglican Theological Review, Spring 2008

    The Saga of St. Joseph's: A Core Curriculum That Works By Dennis O'Brien in Commonweal, March 14, 2008

    Lifting the Siege: The Promise of Catholic Higher Education in Church and Society By R. Scott Appleby, University of Notre Dame, 2008

    Marks of a Catholic University By Most Rev. Donald Wuerl, STD, Archdiocese of Washington, 2008

    Catholic Enough? Religious Identity at Notre Dame By John T. McGreevy in Commonweal, Sept 28, 2007

    Student Soldiers: Is There Room for ROTC on Catholic Campuses? By Paul Lauritzen in Commonweal, Sept 28, 2007

    Sparks and Bridges: Catalysts of a Catholic Higher Education That Works By Amelia J. Uelman in Current Issues in Catholic Higher Education, 2007

    Christopher Dawson and Catholic Education in America By William J. Atto in The Catholic Social Science Review, 2006

    Catholicism on Campus: How the Faith is Presented at Secular Schools By Maurice Timothy Reidy in Commonweal, April 7, 2006

    What Makes a Jesuit School Jesuit? Loyola Press, Chicago 2006

    The Ambitions of the Modern University By Gerard Bradley, University of Notre Dame Law School, David A. French, Alliance Defense Fund, Elizabeth C. Kaming, Esq., Kaming & Kaming, and past president of The Association of Council Members and College Trustees of the State University of New York, at the “Modernity: Yearning for the Infinite” Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2006

    A Theology and Philosophy of Christian Education By Dabai Bamalyi, 2005

    Theological Education in Light of Cultural Variations of Reasoning: Some Educational Issues By Marlene Enns in Common Ground Journal, Fall 2005. Scroll down to page 71

    Toward a Holistic View of Theological Education By Einike Pilli in Common Ground Journal, Fall 2005. Scroll down to page 83

    “Joy in the Truth: The Catholic University” Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2005
  • The Scandal and the Splendor of Truth By David Lyle Jeffrey, Baylor University
  • The Active Embrace of Ex Corde Ecclesiae: The Case Study of a Small Liberal Arts University By Daniel J. Julius, Alicia Tait, and Kevin Doyle, Benedictine University
  • The Micah House Program of Saint Louis University: Integrating Faith, Community, Academics, and Service to the Poor By Donald Stump, Gregory Beabout, Brian Robinette, and Jody Sowell, Saint Louis University, and Aaron Meyer and Gina Meyer, Micah House students
  • Education's Role in Personal Formation According to Edith Stein By Freda Mary Oben
  • Establishing Right Relations: Gustavus Adolphus College and Social Justice By Will Hustwit, University of Mississippi
  • A Modest Proposal to Abolish Catholic Colleges and Universities By Marian Crowe, University of Notre Dame
  • Is the Catholic University a Safe Haven for Its Faculty? Academic License vs. Academic Freedom By Stephen Heaney, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN
  • Centesimus Annus , Poverty and the University By Pedro Pallares, Universidad Panamericana
  • Millennials and the Catholic Universtiy: Insights from the Benedictine Rule By Fred Herron, St. John's University
  • Newman on Mind and Materialism in the University By Ronald Hustwit, The College of Wooster
  • Thomas Merton, the Emerging Catholic Paradigm and the Catholic University By Michael Herron, St. John's University
  • Feasting on Truth by Fasting From Food: On the Epistemological Impact of Fasting By Corinna Delkeskamp-Hayes, International Studies in Philosophy and Medicine
  • The Spiritual Mission of the Catholic University in the New Evangelization By Kelly Bowring, STD, Southern Catholic College
  • Obedience of Faith and the Danger of Dissent By Adrian Reimers, University of Notre Dame
  • Telling the Truth to Power By Kevin McDonnell, Saint Mary's College
  • Natural Law, Virtue, and the Character of a University By Kyle Bertoli, University of Notre Dame
  • Christian Philosophy and Renewal of Catholic Intellectual Life By Gregory Sadler, Ball State University
  • The Task Ahead for a Catholic Liberal Arts Curriculum: To Teach Poetry As Thought, Not Subjective Feeling By Rollin Lasseter, Catholic Schools Textbook Project

    Teaching and Learning in the Catholic University: Theological Perspectives By Anthony J. Kelly, CSsR, in Australian EJournal of Theology, February 2005

    An Explicit Connection Between Faith and Justice in Catholic Legal Education: Why Rock the Boat? By Amelia J. Uelman in University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, 2005

    Catholic Schools Wanted and Needed for Today By Brother Bob Smith. Edited transcript of Br. Bob Smith's lecture to the University of St. Thomas community on November 2, 2004

    Theological Education: HIV/AIDS and Other Challenges By Prof. Musa W. Dube, HIV/AIDS Theological Consultant, Gaborone, Botswana. Keynote address at St Paul's United Theological College, Limuru, 2003

    Theology, Contemplation and the University By Andrew Louth in Studia Theologica, 2003

    The Catholicity of the Catholic University By Denise Carmody in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education , 2002

    Newman's Idea of a University and Its Relevance to Catholic Higher Education By Cardinal Avery Dulles in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education , 2002

    Ex Corde Ecclesiae and the University By Mary Theresa Moser, RSCJ in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education , 2002

    Teaching and Learning in the University: A Theological Perspective By Anthony J. Kelly, CSsR, Professor of Theology at the Australian Catholic University

    The Advantages of a Catholic University By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in America, May 20, 2002

    Finding 'The Catholic Thing': In Aquinas, Marx & Billie Holiday By Paul Crowley in Commonweal, April 20, 2001

    Keeping the Faith on Campus: Not Just How, But Who - Spiruality of Faculty at Catholic Universities and Colleges Is Key By Melanie M. Morey and Dennis H. Holtschneider in Commonweal, April 20, 2001

    Misplaced Nostalgia: 'Ex Corde' & the Medieval University By Jean Porter in Commonweal, April 20, 2001

    This Too Shall Pass: Why Ex Corde's Mandate Won't Last By Peter C. Phan in Commonweal, Dec 21, 2001

    Faith and Justice in Higher Education By Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, SJ, in Promotio Iustitiae, March 2001

    Newman's Idea of a University and its Relevance to Catholic Higher Education By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ. Address to the Cardinal Newman Society on November 10, 2001

    The University that Does Justice By William Spohn in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education , 2001

    A Cautionary Tale - Academic Freedom, 'Ex Corde,' & The Curran Case - Charles Curran By Paul Saunders in Commonweal, April 21, 2000

    How the First Jesuits Became Involved in Education By John W. O'Malley. Published in The Jesuit Ratio Studiorum: 400th Anniversary Perspectives. Vincent J. Duminuco, S.J., Ed., 2000

    Freedom and Commitment: Religious Colleges and Universities in a Multicultural Society By Eric Bain-Selbo of Lebanon Valley College in Journal of Religion and Society, 2000

    Teaching the Bible through the Internet By Ronald A. Simkins of Creighton University in Journal of Religion and Society, 2000

    Experiential Education and the Transformation of Liberation Theology By Charles R. Strain of DePaul University in Journal of Religion and Society, 2000

    The Impact of the Lilly-funded Research on Catholic Campuses By Alice Gallin, ca. 2000

    The Heritage of Jesuit Education By Kevin O'Brien, S.J., 2000

    Reforging Catholic Identity - How Will Non-Catholic Faculty Fit In? - Catholic Identity Of Catholic Colleges And Universities By John Langan in Commonweal, April 21, 2000

    Researching Catholicity at ACU By Anthony Kelly, CssR in Australian EJournal of Theology n. 4, February 2000

    A Lawyer's View: Look Before You Leap - Efforts to Keep Universities and Colleges Catholic By Paul C. Saunders in Commonweal, April 9, 1999

    A Professor's View: Catholic Studies Are Here to Stay By Francis W. Nichols in Commonweal, April 9, 1999

    A Sociologist's View: What Catholics Do Well By Andrew M. Greeley in Commonweal, April 9, 1999

    A Theologian's View: Avoiding a Rush to Judgment By John C. Cavadini in Commonweal, April 9, 1999

    Keeping Colleges Catholic Cover story in Commonweal, 1999

    Teaching the Profession of Manufacturing By M J Platts, University of Cambridge, January 1999

    Keeping Colleges Catholic Cover Story in Commonweal, April 9, 1999

    Goddess in the Classroom: Is the Promotion of Religious Diversity a Dangerous Idea? By Francis X. Clooney, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education , 1999

    Whose Catholic Identity? Let's Look to the Future, Not the Past By Nancy Haegel in Commonweal, April 10, 1998

    Is Tolerance Enough? The Catholic University and the Common Good By David Hollenbach, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1998
    Responses to Hollenbach
    Barriers and Resources By Charles J. Dougherty in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1998
    Risking Dialogue By Elizabeth Murray Morelli in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1998
    The Common Good and the Marginalized By Roberto S. Goizueta in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1998
    Dialogue, Diversity and the Common Good By Ali Banuazizi in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1998
    Recent Publications on the Academy and the Common Good By Ronald Slepitza in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1998

    Academic Freedom and the Catholic University Papers delivered at a 1997 seminar at St. Thomas University, including these topics:
  • The Freedom to Learn: Adult Students in the Catholic University By Bonney C. Bielen
  • Academic Freedom and the Catholic University: Reflections of a Reform Jewish Faculty Member (Or-What's a 'Nice Jewish Boy' Doing in a Place Like This?") By Jay A. Erstling
  • Academic Freedom in a Catholic University—In Search for Safety By W Randolph Herman
  • Academic Freedom and the Catholic University By Michael Hollerich
  • Random Reflections of a Resolute Runner By Sharon M. Howell, C.S.J.
  • Ex corde Ecclesiae, Canon 812, and the Academic Freedom of Theologians in a Catholic University By David Hunter
  • Freedom as a Fundamental Value in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition By Michael C. Jordan
  • What is Academic Freedom? By Kenneth W Kemp
  • Assessing the Threat to Academic Freedom in the Catholic University By William Kinney
  • Dialogues of Discovery: Academic Freedom in a Catholic University By Pauline Lambert
  • Academic Freedom in the Classroom By Norman W Larson
  • Catholic Teacher Educator or Teacher Educator Who Is Catholic? Teacher Preparation in a Catholic University By Kristine Melloy
  • Catholic Theology and Academic Freedom By Terence L. Nichols
  • Ex Corde Ecclesiae and the Work of Student Affairs By Anna A. Otto
  • Women's Centers as Unruly Places By Brenda J. Powell
  • The Importance of a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Group at a Catholic University By Robert Riley

    A Vocation for Catholic Higher Education? By Stephen J. Pope in Commonweal, March 28, 1997

    Making Colleges Catholic: Bishops & Academics Reach Common Ground - National Conference of Catholic Bishops' Approval of 'Ex Corde Ecclesiae' By Alice Gallin in Commonweal, March 28, 1997

    The Vatican, the Bishops, the Academy: If Push Comes to Shove, Nobody Will Budge By Paul C. Saunders in Commonweal, Sept 26, 1997

    The Religious Roots of Academic Freedom By William J. Hoye in Theological Studies, September 1997

    Academic Excellence Is Not Enough: The Moral Formation of Our Students By Thomas E. Buckley, SJ in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1997

    Job Wanted: Catholic Colleges & the Hiring Dilemma By Thomas N. Maloney in Commonweal, April 5, 1996

    The Role of Faculty in a Catholic University Papers delivered at a 1996 seminar at St. Thomas University, including these topics:
  • The Role of Faculty in the Catholic University: Facilitators of Actualization and Inculturation By Catherine Cory
  • Ex Corde Ecclesiae and a Model for Faculty Hiring at Catholic Universities By Michael J. Degnan
  • The Call to Community By Stephen J. Heaney
  • Inculturation as a Model for Education in a Catholic University By Michael C. Jordan
  • Catholic Epistemology and the Faculty of a Catholic University By Kenneth W. Kemp
  • The Faculty, or the Faculties, in the American Catholic University By Reverend Arthur L. Kennedy
  • The "Catholicity" of the Faculty in the Catholic University By Anne H. King-Lenzmeier
  • Habitat for Hope: The Catholic University at the End of the 20th Century By Pauline Lambert
  • The Secularization of the University of St. Thomas? By Francis G. Mach
  • Graduate Business Faculty in the Catholic University By Ray MacKenzie
  • The Integration of Liberal and Professional Education By Michael J. Naughton
  • Where Is the Fiddler? By Merritt C. Nequette
  • A Sign of Ecclesial Commitment: The Religious Founding Group and the Role of the Diocesan Clergy at the University of St. Thomas By Reverend Robert Wellisch
  • A Role for the Science Faculty at a Catholic University By Chester Wilson

    Can Universities Be Catholic? By Robert J. Egan in Commonweal, April 5, 1996

    The Ministry of Human Rights and Catholic Higher Education By Rev. J. Bryan Hehir, Th.D., 1996

    Curriculum in a Catholic University Papers delivered at a 1995 seminar at St. Thomas University, including these topics:
  • Catholic Studies Programs In the Contemporary Catholic University By Don J. Briel
  • Continuous Renewal By John R. Buri
  • The Advantage of a Catholic Curriculum By Greg Coulter
  • The Curriculum and the Catholic University By Vincent M. Dever
  • Mentoring and Modeling: Two Distinctive Roles in Catholic University Education Kenneth E. Goodpaster
  • The Catholic University Project: What Kind of Curriculum Does It Require? By Stephen J. Heaney
  • Openness to Transcendence as a Focal Point for the Curriculum By Michael C. Jordan
  • Thoughts on Chemistry and the Curriculum of a Catholic University By Stephen V. Kolaczkowski
  • Media Ethics and Journalism Education at the University of St. Thomas By Norman W. Larson
  • Mathematics and Theology: A Conversation By Jeffrey T. McLean
  • Theology and the Integration of Knowledge By Terence L. Nichols
  • English in the Catholic University By Barbara K. Olson
  • Teaching Catholic Ethics in the Accounting Discipline: A Catholic Professor's View By Shirley Polejewski
  • In the Beginning Was the Word By Glenn A. Steinberg
  • Art History and the Curriculum of a Catholic University By Mary Swanson
  • Models of Education and a Catholic University: Preliminary Reflections By Christopher J. Thompson
  • The Personal Use or Exercise of Language: Literature and the Catholic Curriculum By Rev. Robert B. Wellisch

    The Backwardness of American Catholicism By Michael J. Lacey in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1995

    The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: Catholic Intellectual Life in Today's Academic Setting By Monika K. Hellwig in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1995

    Living Conversation: Higher Education in a Catholic Context By Michael Himes in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1995

    Values inTheology and Religious Education By Joseph L. Roche, S.J.. Chapter 12 of Values in Philippine Culture and Education, 1994

    Reflections on the Educational Principles of the Spiritual Exercises By Robert R. Newton, S.J., 1994

    The Idea of a Catholic University Papers delivered at a 1994 seminar at St. Thomas University, including these topics:
  • The Idea of a Catholic University By Noreen M. Carrocci
  • Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: What Makes a Catholic University Catholic? By Catherine Cory
  • What Makes a University Catholic? By Gregory J. Coulter
  • Values and the Identity of the Catholic University By William Delehanty
  • On Life Within a Catholic University By Sister Sharon Howell, C.S.J.
  • The Catholic University as a Source of Integrity By Michael C. Jordan
  • Teaching Sociology in the Catholic University: Conflict, Compromise, and the Role of Academic Freedom By William J. Kinney
  • Authoritarianism vs. Christian Liberty: The Peril and Promise of the Catholic University By John D. Kronen
  • The University of St. Thomas' Statement Regarding the Addressing of Controversial Issues Within the Framework of the Idea of the Catholic University By Norman W. Larson
  • Graduate Business Education in the Catholic University By Ray MacKenzie
  • The Arts in a Catholic University By Merritt C. Nequette
  • A Well-Kept Secret: The Rightful Place of Social Work in Catholic Higher Education By Barbara W. Shank
  • The Idea of a Social Work Department Within a Catholic University By Serene Thornton
  • The Call to Spirituality and Justice in the Catholic University "By Their Fruits You Shall Know Them" By Joe Schramer
  • Essay on the Idea of the Catholic University By Brenda Stewart

    Spirituality and the University By Philip Endean in The Way, 1994

    Learning to Ignite': Teaching Spirituality to College Students By Kathleen Deignan in The Way, 1994

    The Elusive Idea of a Catholic University By Charles E. Curran in National Catholic Reporter, Oct 7, 1994

    Newman, God, and the Academy By Daniel Cere in Theological Studies, March 1994

    Theology and the Mission of the Jesuit College and University By John C. Haughey, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1994

    Twenty-six Years of Undergraduate Theology By Monika K. Hellwig in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1994

    Intelligence Shaped by Affection By William M. Shea in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1994

    Theology as Hard-Won Wisdom By J. William Harmless, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1994

    Teaching Christian Ethics in a Jesuit University By William C. Spohn, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1994

    The Characteristics of Jesuit Education 1993 publication from Rome

    Catholic Higher Education: What Happened? By Kenneth L. Woodward in Commonweal, April 9, 1993

    Helping College Students Make Moral Decisions: Introduction/Real Life By Charles M. Shelton, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1992

    Helping College Students Make Moral Decisions: Thesis One: Higher education appears to have rediscovered the moral thrust of education, but the reality is that this pursuit might have only minimal significance By Charles M. Shelton, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1992

    Helping College Students Make Moral Decisions: Thesis Two: The possibility for mature moral reflection in many young adults is compromised by their problematic life histories and impaired family backgrounds By Charles M. Shelton, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1992

    Helping College Students Make Moral Decisions: Thesis Three: When discussing young-adult moral development, we should redirect our focus to the theme of life-story narration, conscience formation, and values By Charles M. Shelton, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1992

    Some Suggestions for Aiding Students' Moral Growth By Charles M. Shelton, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 1992

    The New Role of Christian Universities in Asia By Raimund Pannikar in Inter-Religio, 1991

    Teaching Authority, Catholic Universities, Academic Freedom By Ladislas Örsy, SJ, chapter 4 of The Church: Learning and Teaching, Michael Glazier 1987

    A New Era in Catholic Tertiary Education By Dorothy Bell in The Way, 1975

    Theology and higher education By Thomas C. Donlan in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1955

    The Apostolic Constitution "Deus scientiarum dominus": Its Origin and Spirit By A. Bea in Theological Studies, March 1943

    A Catholic College in the Seventeenth Century By L. Willaert, S. J. Scroll to page 745. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 30, From January to October, 1905

    Some of the Advantages of a Catholic University By Johh F. Mullany. Scroll to page 479. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 28, From January to October, 1903

    Theology Degrees Online Guide to Online Theology Degree Programs


    RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

    Catechesi Tradendae Pope John Paul II: On Catechesis in Our Time, 1979

    In Support of Catechetical Ministry A 2000 Statement of the U.S. Catholic Bishops

    Catechesis : A Common Vision A 2001 Statement of the Bishops of Quebec

    The Change in Religious Education for the Young a New Challenge A 2000 Statement of the Bishops of Quebec

    Religious Education That Serves the Young A 1999 Statement of the Bishops of Quebec

    Religious Education in Catholic schools A 2000 Statement of the Bishops of England and Wales

    Jews and Judaism in European Catholic Catechisms and Textbooks By Maria Brutti in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2009

    Ignorant Catholics: The Alarming Void in Religious Education By John C. Cavadini in Commonweal, April 9, 2004

    Is the Catechism Enough? A Theological Perspective on Using the Catechism in Education By Matthew C Ogilvie in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2004

    Now that I Know to Teach, What Do I Teach? In Search of the Unity of Faith in Religious Education By Peter C. Phan in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

    Catechesis as an Instrument of Evangelization: Reflections from the Perspective of Asia By Peter C. Phan in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

    Religiosity and Religious Education By Romita Tucu. Chapter 2 of Values and Education in Romania Today, 2000

    Catholicism Lite: Confessions of a Catechism Teacher By John J. Schommer in Commonweal, Sept 10, 1999

    New Guide to Teaching the Faith: A Popular Overview of the General Directory for Catechesis By Daniel S. Mulhall and Maureen Shaughnessy, S.C. in Catholic Update, 1999

    Inculturation of Catechesis and Spirituality in the Documents of the Catholic Bishop's Conference of the Philippines By Ladislav Nemet, S.V.D. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1995

    Religious Educators as Teachers of Spirituality By Gloria Durka in The Way, 1994

    Identity and Change in Religious Education By Thomas Groome in The Way, 1994

    Religious Education: The Present and the Future By Peter Vardy in The Way, 1993

    Catechetical Language and Religious Education By Maria Harris and Gabriel Moran in Theology Today, 1992

    The Place of Judaism in Catechetics By Renzo Fabris in SIDIC Periodical, 1981

    Catechetics Today: Need for Biblical and Jewish Inspirations By Marie-Heleene Fournier in SIDIC Periodical, 1978

    Problems and Changing Emphases in Religious Education By David Konstant in The Way, 1975

    Religion as a Classroom Subject By Kevin Nichols in The Way, 1975

    The 'New' Catechetics By Patrick Purnell in The Way, 1974

    Teaching the New Testament By Ruth Duckworth in The Way, 1974

    Moral Education By Gerard J. Hughes in The Way, 1974

    The Bible in Religious Education By Leonard Johnston in The Way, 1974

    The Lenten Catechtical Syllabus in Fourth-Century Jerusalem By Anthony A. Stephenson in Theological Studies, March 1954

    Faith and Duty: A Course of Lessons on the Apostles' Creed and the Ten Commandments for Children of Eight to Ten Years By Judith F. Smith, 1920

    Religious Education in the Public Schools of Massachusetts By Louis S. Walsh. Scroll to page 93. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 29, From January to October, 1904

    Practical Notes on Moral Training: Especially Addressed to Parents and Teachers Anonymous, 1879




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