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Formation of the Heart: Memory, liturgy and the identity of Catholic student teachers

Fr. Stephen Reilly & Mary Lappin

Twenty years on from the merger of Scotland’s Catholic teacher training college with the University of Glasgow, this paper examines the formation of Catholic teachers in Scotland in light of the Holy See’s vision. It concludes that the academic formation and opportunities for dialogue allow such a vision to be fulfilled to a large degree. What remains is to present students with a compelling vision of Catholic educational philosophy and an experiential “formation of the heart”.


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Being Open to Other Cultures and Beliefs Catholic Schools in the United Kingdom

Leonardo Franchi | Director of Catholic Teacher Education at the University of Glasgow

Leonard Franchi Abstract Catholic schools exist in a state of uncertainty between their double identity as Church and civic institutions. Political pressure to conform to the prevailing cultural climate can be a source of tension between Catholic school leaders and…


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Being Open to Others in Catholic Schools

Leonardo Franchi | Christ’s University, India

Catholic schools exist in a state of uncertainty between their double identity as Church and civic institutions. Political pressure to conform to the prevailing cultural climate can be a source of tension between Catholic school leaders and the educational establishment. The source of this tension often lies in the degree of ‘hostility’ shown towards religious ideas more broadly.


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