PODCAST #13
Educating Together in Catholic Schools: January 22, 2018

PODCAST #13
Educating Together in Catholic Schools: January 22, 2018

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Congregation for Catholic Education, 2007

Link to the document “Educating Together in Catholic Schools:  A Shared Mission Between Consecrated Persons & the Lay Faithful”

Kristin Melley, the Director of Professional Development for the Roche Center for Catholic Education at Boston College, joins the podcast to discuss the Vatican’s message found in its last document pertaining to Catholic schools.

 

STUDY GUIDE & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Educating Together in Catholic Schools: A Shared Mission Between Consecrated Persons and the Lay Faithful (Vatican, 2007)

  • Reading Questions:
    • 1: The Bishops identify “widespread phenomena” impacting education.  What are they?
    • 8: What are the two types of communion?
    • 21: What is the relationship between teacher and student formation?
    • 25: What kind of formation is essential for Catholic educators?
    • 27: What is the role of charism in formation?
    • 41: Whose “joyful witness” is essential?
    • 46: What is the school called to be?
  • Discussion Questions:
    • 2: What is different about their vision of formation?
    • 5: What is the difference between an educational community and a faith community?
    • 11: What is the relationship between communion and mission?
    • 39: Does your school educate for communion?
    • 43: What is the ultimate outcome of education for communion?
  • Reflection Questions:
    • 7: How would communion of mission change your school(s)?
    • 15: Is there a hierarchy of vocations?
    • 53: Are your students part of a communion?
    • List 3-4 quotes that you could pull out from this document to use in your own communication.

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