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Spiritual and Religious Capabilities for Catholic Schools
eJournal of Catholic Education in Australasia
  • Christine McGunnigle, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Chris Hackett, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Abstract
The Australian Curriculum articulates the role of general capabilities across all learning areas in the schooling years. The function of these general capabilities is to ensure that students have the dispositions and skills that provide for deep learning and the ability to function successfully in the 21st Century. Within Catholic schools, these same general capabilities apply. Catholic schools, in recognising the mission of the Church, are however, called to ensure that not only are students able to participate in the 21st Century context, but that they are able to evangelise through the integration of faith, life and culture. This article acknowledges the distinctive nature of the Catholic school by proposing that both spiritual and religious capabilities feature amongst these general capabilities.
Citation Information
Christine McGunnigle and Chris Hackett. "Spiritual and Religious Capabilities for Catholic Schools"
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/christine-mcgunnigle/2/