‘The task of Catholic educators today ... is to offer to learners the possibility of an encounter with Jesus Christ.’ Nicholas King SJ suggests ways in which to go about this task.
Sandra McNally looks at how current policy affects the educational prospects of children from disadvantaged backgrounds
Thomas Groome asks: What are the 'deep and universal values that must permeate Catholic education in order to render it truly Catholic'?
What does it mean in practice to talk about ‘more’ when it comes to education? John Moffatt SJ asks what the Ignatian 'magis' really entails and why it inspires the work of every Jesuit school.
Fr Michael Holman SJ welcomed the vision for the happiness of young people that Pope Benedict XVI expressed on the second day of his visit to the UK. As he addressed schoolchildren from all over the country, Pope Benedict encouraged them to grow in holiness, and asked those who teach them to let this aim shape their approach to education.
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