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Hanchin, Timothy – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
President of the University of Notre Dame, John Jenkins, CSC, argues that Catholic colleges and universities can make a distinct contribution to higher education by providing a rich alternative to the commodification of education -- a frequently cited problem of the current age. Reducing education to its commercial ends, the author argues, stifles…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Catholics, Higher Education, Friendship
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Sozek, Jon – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
This essay explores Jacques Maritain's philosophy of education as a means to better understand Pope Francis's recent promotion of a "Global Compact on Education," and in particular Francis's commitment "to make human persons in their value and dignity the center of every educational program." After situating Maritain's…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Catholics, Higher Education, Educational Philosophy
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Baltutis, Peter E. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
This article offers a model of how to construct a course that makes the abstract principles of the Catholic social tradition more concrete through community-service learning (CSL). Primary source readings from scripture, the Apostolic Fathers, Thomas Aquinas, and the major documents of Catholic social thought provide the academic theory of the…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Service Learning, Community Services, Social Action
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Brady, Bernard – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
In this paper, the author focuses on one aspect of Catholic Intellectual Tradition, namely, how it manifests in practice. Focusing on five such practices--responsiveness to other traditions within Catholicism, recognition of wisdom and truth that may be found in other cultures, the search for understanding of relationships within reality,…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Colleges, Religious Education, Educational Practices
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Holtschneider, Dennis H. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
Imparting the rich heritage of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition to students begins with first inviting them on a journey into the world of ideas -- but how can educators effectively coax students to embark on such a voyage? Working from the understanding that students arrive on campus curious and questioning, the author suggests a number of…
Descriptors: Catholics, Catholic Schools, Intellectual Development, Student Interests
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Kalscheur, Gregory – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
The Catholic Intellectual Tradition should animate the academic life and educational mission of Catholic colleges and universities. A clearer focus on the catholicity of the tradition -- its aspiration to wholeness -- will help us better understand what it means to engage the tradition in the heart of the institution's academic mission. The…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Colleges, Religious Education, Religious Factors
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Ahern, Kevin – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
For many American Catholic universities, mission and identity are shaped by the charism and charismatic traditions of the founding religious congregations. But the use of this language raises several questions in the face of changing dynamics in higher education, the church, and society. Is the language of Lasallian, Vincentian, Dominican, or…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Colleges, Religious Factors, Institutional Mission
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Garofalo, Linda; Nourse, Danute M.; Garofalo, Mary – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
Current research suggests that faculty development should address a cross-section of personal and professional needs of the faculty, as well as support the institution's mission. Using evidence to support faculty development can foster reflective practitioners and close the gap between teaching and research by creating "sustainable…
Descriptors: Institutional Mission, Faculty Development, Reflective Teaching, Sustainability
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Heil, John-Paul; McGinley, Stephen – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
As higher education emerges from COVID-19 restrictions, the post-pandemic transitional moment provides Catholic institutions the opportunity to reconsider their reliance on adjuncts in core curricula. As tenure-track positions decline nationwide and universities increasingly source out coursework to temporary or part-time adjuncts and other…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Factors, Religious Colleges, College Faculty
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Manning, Patrick – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
Current trends in disaffiliation and declining enrollment in Catholic schools raise difficult questions about the perceived value of Catholic education and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition (CIT). Following the work of theologian David Tracy, the author makes a case for engagement with Christian "classics" as a promising means not only…
Descriptors: Christianity, Catholics, Classics (Literature), Declining Enrollment
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Ronan, Darcy M.; Polizzi, Joseph A. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
An examination of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition (CIT) informs the substance and manner of educator preparation, grounding a College of Education in the mission of the University. A CIT-formed educator is capable of critically interacting with both harmonious and dissonant contemporary movements in K-12 education to produce judgments of…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Colleges, Intellectual Development, Teacher Education Programs
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Procario-Foley, Carl – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
How might Catholic colleges and universities draw from their unique missions to educate and act together in response to the pressing needs of the environment? Honoring the fifth anniversary of "Laudato si," this article argues that Pope Francis's notion of ecological conversion and his bold conviction that the "cry of the earth is…
Descriptors: Competition, Catholics, Religious Colleges, Clergy
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Fuller, Christopher – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2021
This essay proposes a Catholic structure for the intellectual life of faculty that invites participation in ways that honor their diverse backgrounds, even antipathy toward religion, while also demonstrating that identifiable Catholic perspectives, including Catholic social teaching, can provide a useful framework for faculty members to understand…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Teacher Participation, Teacher Background, Religion
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Martinez, Xavier Martinez – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2020
Online education, when done well, combines the use of technology to provide feedback to a degree and intensity that replicates the tutorial system that Newman preferred. Well-moderated discussion boards, adaptive learning technology, rapid grading with resubmission, and collaborative documents can mimic a measure of the Oxbridge…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Education, Religious Colleges, Online Courses
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Gabriele-Black, Kaitlin – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2020
Catholic campuses can be perceived to be hostile spaces for LGBTQ+ students, given the Catholic Church's stance on gender and sexuality. This qualitative study explored how being at a Catholic college--and specifically, a Mercy institution--influenced queer students' experiences. Twenty-nine emerging adults representing a range of genders and…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, College Environment, College Students, LGBTQ People
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