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This collection of essays deals with the integration of the social teaching of the Catholic Church into Catholic schools. The collection contains the following chapters: (1) "Focus of SPICE 2000: How To Integrate Jubilee Justice into Schools throughout the Millennium" (Carol Cimino; Regina Haney; Joseph O'Keefe); (2) "Model Programs" (Carol Cimino); (3) "Understanding the Social Traditions of Thought and Action" (Joan Rosenhauer); (4) "Living the Social Teaching of the Church" (J. Bryan Hehir); (5) "Spirituality, Solidarity, and Social Analysis" (Jane M. Deren); (6) "Social Teaching of the Church from the Black Catholic Perspective: We've Come a Long Way; We've Got a Long Way To Go" (Addie Lorraine Walker); (7) "Global Economic Issues and the Church's Social Teaching" (Douglas Marcouiller); (8) "Integrating Social Teaching into the Life of Educational Institutions" (William J. Byron); (9) "Perspectives from the United Kingdom" ("The Catholic Education System: England and Wales" (Peter Boylan); "The Rule of St. Benedict Adapted for Use in Schools" (Vena Eastwood); "Avita pro Fide: Zeal for the Faith" (Tony McDonald); "Building a Positive Ethos: The Experience of St. Columba's High School" (Dan McGinty); "Charter and Beacon: A U.K. Perspective" (Kathleen Higgins)); and (10) "Perspectives from the Panel" (Peter Boylan; Pat Garrity; James E. Grummer; Mary C. McDonald). (Contains information sources.) (BT)

Descriptors: Catholic Educators, Catholic Schools, Catholics, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Models, Religious Education, Social Networks, Social Problems

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Autor: Cimino, Carol, Ed.; Haney, Regina M., Ed.; O-Keefe, Joseph M., Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7298&id=ED454123







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