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Sánchez-Tabernero, Alfonso; Torralba, José M. – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
This article describes the way in which the Catholic faith shapes education at the University of Navarra. The two aspects of the institution's identity, i.e. the Catholic dimension and the university dimension, are not juxtaposed and one is not favoured over the other. Rather, they work together and mutually reinforce each other. The article will…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Religious Education, Christianity
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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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Madero, Cristobal – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
The preparation, convocation, and implementation of the Second Vatican Council sparked changes at theological and organisational levels in the Catholic church. Both types of changes created a new structure for the relationship of different elements within the church and between the church and the world. This was not the first time the Catholic…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Catholics, Christianity, Clergy
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Friel, Raymond – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
This paper draws on the findings of a small-scale research study based on interviews with twenty serving Catholic headteachers from the primary and secondary phases and from the maintained and independent sectors. The focus of the study was to explore the concept of 'spiritual capital' among the headteachers and to evaluate the impact of two major…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Catholic Educators, Principals, Interviews
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Gleeson, Jim; O'Gorman, John; O'Neill, Maureen – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
This paper reports on the opinions of teachers in Queensland Catholic schools regarding the identity, purposes and characteristics of Catholic schools. It draws on survey data from 2287 teachers in Catholic schools as well as semi-structured interviews with 20 teachers. Respondents were asked about their reasons for working in Catholic Education…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Institutional Characteristics, Religious Education, Educational Environment
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Griffin, Marie – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2018
In the first half of 2007, Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust (CEIST) was established when several Religious Congregations handed trusteeship of their schools to a lay company. As CEIST--in the Irish language the word 'CEIST' means 'question'--completes 10 years serving the needs of its 110 secondary schools, it seems an appropriate time to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary Schools, Catholic Schools, School Administration
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Moscato, Maria Teresa; Triani, Pierpaolo – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
The authors are currently Coordinators of the Working Group on "Religiosity and Religious Education" established within the Italian Society of Pedagogy (SIPED). The internal structure of the Society, which gathers all academic scholars of Educational Sciences (including PhDs and subject experts), does not consist of formal sub-branches,…
Descriptors: Advisory Committees, Religious Education, Teaching Methods, Religion
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Scanlan, Martin – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
Students experience a wide array of special needs, from diagnosed disabilities to cultural and linguistic barriers to traumas. Schools around the world and across public and private sectors struggle to provide optimal opportunities to learn for students experiencing special needs. Moreover, schools typically engage in these efforts in isolation…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Special Needs Students, Educational Philosophy, Disadvantaged
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Follmann, José Ivo – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
Taking the great change that began in the 1960s in terms of Church, society, and education in Brazil as a starting point, this article extends the existing discussion by turning its attention to three fundamental aspects of it: (1) how to manage and coordinate Catholic education; (2) how to deal with the diversification process of the religious…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Education, Churches, Foreign Countries
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Shaw, Alan – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
Voluntary-aided faith schools exhibit a unique combination of characteristics that is not shared by other state-funded schools in England including responsibility for admissions, employment of staff (including the right to prioritise on the basis of faith), control of the RE curriculum, ownership of the premises, and funding from and being part of…
Descriptors: Catholics, Jews, Instructional Leadership, Volunteers
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Doyle, Ann Margaret – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
This article traces the conflicts and compromises between the Catholic Church and the French state and the struggle for dominance in education between these two forces during the nineteenth century. It explores their varying relations up to the law of separation in 1905. It also poses the question as to why a country traditionally wedded to…
Descriptors: Catholics, Churches, History, Conflict
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Franchi, Leonardo; Rymarz, Richard – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
The much documented sociological and cultural developments which offered significant challenges to Catholic education in recent decades have played no small part in changing the composition of the Catholic teaching force. A weakening of religious practices and an increase in more personalised understandings of spirituality are now especially…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Catholic Educators, Teacher Education, Religious Education
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van Dijk-Groeneboer, Monique C. H. – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
Being a religious educator in Western Europe, especially in the highly secularised Netherlands, is a complicated job. There are concepts to be taught to a generation that is mostly religiously analphabetic. Religion is subject to many discussions that foremost include the media's coverage of extremist versions of religion. It has become more…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Religious Education, Religion, Student Diversity
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Byrne, Richard; Devine, Dympna – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
The broader theoretical frameworks of both Bourdieu (and his concepts of habitus, field, doxa, collusio and capital) and Bernstein (and his concepts of classification, framing and ritual) provide a deeper understanding of the distinctiveness of Catholic schooling. This article presents a model for theorising Catholic schooling in which levels of…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Education, Foreign Countries, Social Capital
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Oakley, David – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2017
The institution of the seminary was established by the sixteenth century Council of Trent. Seminaries were charged with the formation of men for the priesthood. The character of seminary education was largely unchanged until the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). This article observes and comments upon the changes and developments over the past…
Descriptors: Church Related Colleges, Theological Education, Educational Change, Educational Development
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