New Ways of Living the Gospel
Spiritual Traditions in Catholic Schools
Be inspired with new ways of linking faith and your educational mission!
How do the Spiritual Traditions of past that built our Catholic Schools adapt to meet the changing needs of modern Australian school communities and maintain a strong Catholic Identity?
This fourth volume in The Mission and Education Series from the team at Broken Bay Institute is a must read for all Catholic School leadership teams.
Explore how religious congregations and the lay movements they inspire are evolving their Charism, traditions, Catholic identity, and pedagogy, and finding new ways to live, and espouse, the Gospels.
Uncover the range of exceptional initiatives currently bringing the Gospel to life for and with Catholic educators from congregations including the Good Samaritans, Sisters of St Joseph, Salesians, Marists, Christian Bothers and Edmund Rice Education Australia, Jesuits and more
‘This excellent resource explores the critical connections of personal spirituality, charism, Catholic identity and the mission of Catholic education. The book provides theological and scriptural foundations as well as a wealth of practical examples of Catholic educators addressing the critical work of formation and evangelisation. It enables us to learn from the past, to reflect on the present and inspires us into new ways of linking faith and the educational mission.’
David J Hutton OAM
Director of Catholic Education,
Emeritus Executive Director of Catholic Education, Archdiocese of Brisbane.