The bishops outline the themes of message, community, and service in this timeless statement. Discusses educational ministry and encourages planning and collaboration in developing educational programs.
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More on Catholic Education Principles for Educational Reform in the United States The U.S. bishops address the importance of providing a quality education for all children, whether they are educated in a public, private, or religious setting. Among the issues discussed are parental rights and responsibilities; students as the central focus of all education; quality teaching as essential to the learning process; the moral and spiritual needs of students; and the government's role in providing adequate resources for the attainment of a quality education. The bishops conclude by calling on all partners in the educational community to join in a collaborative and constructive dialogue on how best to work toward this common goal. No. 5-071, 12 pp. The Religious Dimension of Education in a Catholic School Guidelines for Reflection and Renewal The Congregation for Catholic Education addresses the current relevance of the Second Vatican Council's Declaration on Christian Education and examines the religious dimension of the classroom in the lives of today's youth, exploring the formation process as a whole. No. 231-4, 65 pp. Basic Teachings for Catholic Religious Education This text sets down the principal teachings of the Christian message as here specified by the U.S. bishops, who hold in the Church special responsibility for determining the content of faith instruction. They stress the need for these basic teachings to be central in all Catholic religious instruction, never overlooked or minimized, and given adequate and frequent emphasis. No. 233-0, 36 pp.
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Book Description USCCB Publishing, 1973. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11155586063X