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Whittle, Sean – Journal of Religious Education, 2021
It is still surprisingly common to hear advocates of Catholic education refer to 'Catholic' Religious Education. This article will identify the issues bound up with the concept of 'Catholic Religious Education'. It will be argued that at the very least using this concept is akin to a category mistake, and at worst it skews our understanding of…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Catholic Schools, Catholics, Classification
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Meehan, Amalee; Laffan, Derek A. – Journal of Religious Education, 2021
The Irish religious landscape is changing. Census data reveal that the percentage of those who identify as Catholic is in steady decline, while the proportion of those with no religion continues to rise. Christian religious practice in Ireland is also decreasing, especially among young people. Catholic schools, once the dominant provider of second…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Religious Education, Catholics, Christianity
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Makosa, Pawel – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2020
Education forms a very significant activity within the Roman Catholic Church. The cultural and ethical formation of young generations and thus the future of society and the Church depend largely on it. Catholic schools grant the opportunity to base formal education on Christian anthropology and to shape students' personality in the light of the…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Education, Clergy, Catholic Schools
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Patriarca, Giovanni; Valentini, Diana M. – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2020
Faith-based education has played a major role worldwide. In its schools, vocational centers, and universities, Catholic education tends to form an integral human person though the holistic synthesis of faith, culture, and life. Such an interrelated commitment highlights a global responsibility for the common good and a sustainable future, sharing…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Catholics, Sustainable Development
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Ryan, Ann Marie – History of Education, 2019
Social efficiency shaped much of public schooling in the United States during the early twentieth century. Simultaneously, Roman Catholic schools proliferated and became increasingly regulated by state departments of education. This led to increased influence of public education reform movements on Catholic schools. This article examines the…
Descriptors: Catholics, Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Genetics
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Rasiah, Jeyaraj – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2020
This article traces the circumstances of the return and beginnings of the Jesuits to Lahore, Pakistan after centuries of absence, to the establishment of the Jesuit Schools. Given the Socio-economic condition of Christians in Pakistan, and the proliferation and status of 'Private Schools' on the one hand and the low standard of the Public Schools…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Catholic Schools, Economically Disadvantaged, Intergroup Relations
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Whittle, Sean – Journal of Religious Education, 2020
The Commission on Religious Education's Final Report, "Religion and Worldviews: The Way Forward, a national plan for RE" (https://www.commissiononre.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Final-Report-of-the-Commission-on-RE.pdf, 2018), has been given a mixed reception by advocates and leaders of Catholic education in England and Wales. The…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Catholics, National Standards, Catholic Schools
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Milliken, Matthew – Irish Educational Studies, 2021
Society in Northern Ireland can be characterised as being underpinned by an enduring cultural, religious and political divide between two dominant communities: Catholics and Protestants. The educational system largely reflects and contributes to the reproduction of this separation. Teachers are generally deployed in schools that are consistent…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Unions, Catholics, Protestants
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Towey, Anthony; McGrail, Peter – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2020
Recent policy reforms regarding Religious Education (RE) in England and Wales have provoked a variety of reactions among faith communities, ecclesial stakeholders, academics, practitioners, senior leaders and students themselves. In this article, we assess the situation in the Catholic context using empirical and analytical tools which shed light…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Religious Education, Educational Change, Catholics
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Keefe, Thomas E. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
While the mission statements of Catholic schools place emphasis on faith formation, Catholic schools are more often identified with high-quality academics and less with the development of faith. A qualitative descriptive study was designed to understand how Rhode Island Catholic secondary school graduates described the influence of the Catholic…
Descriptors: Institutional Mission, High School Graduates, Catholic Schools, Religious Factors
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Stanislaus, Irudayaselvam – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2022
Purpose: The Catholic Church expects theological institutes, priests and seminarians to be well-informed, critical and creative users of information and communications technology. Currently, most theological institutes use the traditional face-to-face teaching method. An attempt to implement blended learning as an innovative teaching and learning…
Descriptors: Catholics, Theological Education, Blended Learning, Information Technology
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Clarke, Marie; Liddy, Margaret; Raftery, Deirdre; Ferris, Ruth; Sloan, Seaneen – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
This article, emerging from a wider study on the professional development needs of women teachers working in Catholic convent schools in the Republic of Pakistan, explores the perspectives and experiences of school leaders and Principals who developed professional development programmes. This area, which has been under-researched in the…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Catholic Schools, Females, Catholic Educators
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Kabadi, Sajit U. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2021
Findings from a historiographic case study are reported. Qualitative data was collected from a series of interviews and cultural artifacts exploring the history of the creation of the Regis Jesuit High School, Girls Division- the first American all girls Catholic Jesuit high school. The study traces the process of how Regis Jesuit became a…
Descriptors: Sex Education, Catholics, High School Students, Catholic Schools
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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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Kitching, Karl – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This paper critiques the idea that secular education policy can neutrally recognise children's non/religious identities at school. It also empirically analyses how one child becomes restricted by, and eludes, classed, gendered and adult-centred moral codes enacted through local school recognition. The concept of "policy assemblage" is…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Neoliberalism, Role of Religion, Foreign Countries
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