Handsome seventeen-year-old Nicholas Manion - scholar, athlete, and devout Catholic - is used to being. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking A Catholic Education as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
A young Catholic man, who believes he has never felt a strong physical attraction to anyone, decides to enter the priesthood and discovers the desire he had been repressing when he falls in love with another novice.
A catholic education. Nicholas Manion, a stellar achiever in studies and sports, but never a team man, becomes convinced he has a vocation as a Catholic priest-an aspiration encouraged by mentor Father Lyons, a wise, caustic, vital Jesuit priest. And equally enthusiastic is Nicholas' father Thomas: self-made man, devout Catholic, a reader of the classics, a great admirer of militantly male-bonded societies, and an ever-constant, buoying presence in Nicholas' teenage life (even ""tucking him in"" every night)
Journal of Catholic Education, Jul 2013. With a call for integration commonly expected in liberal arts education, this article explores the philosophy of Bernard Lonergan. Highly specialized disciplines, as valuable as they are to preserving and expanding a professional knowledge base, can nonetheless lead to the extreme of education. This article offers a philosophical foundation on which to build a truly Catholic liberal arts education.
Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice. Bernard Lonergan on a Catholic Liberal Arts Education. 522 Catholic Education/June 2000. Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan. Of him the Canadian philosopher Hugo Meynell (1991) wrote, "Of all the contemporary philosophers of the very first rank, Bemard Lonergan has been up to now the most neglected" (p. 1). This paper presents an overview of Lonergan's vision of human under-standing, some of his ideas on the nature of a liberal education, as well as his specific thoughts on the role of such an education in a Catholic university. You are in training, and when you sit down with a book you have not got an irresistible tenden-cy to go to sleep, or to get out somewhere and move around. Lonergan, 1993, p. 205).
Robert Bénard (1734 in Paris – 1777) was an 18th-century French engraver. Specialized in the technique of engraving, Robert Bénard is mainly famous for having supplied a significant amount of plates (at least 1,800) to the Encyclopédie by Diderot & d'Alembert from 1751. Later, publisher Charles-Joseph Panckoucke reused many of his productions to illustrate the works of his catalog. Robert Bénard on data. Robert Bénard at the National Portrait Gallery.
Bernard, Robert (Robert . Publication, Distribution, et. Boston. Focal Press, (c)1990. by A treatise on relicsby John Calvin ; newly translated from the French original ; with an introductory dissertation on the miraculous images, as well as other superstitions, of the Roman Catholic and Russo-Greek Churches. ISBN: 0790537109 (microfiche) Author: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. Publication & Distribution: Edinburgh. Johnstone and Hunter, (c)1854. Author: Krasinski, Valerian,, Count, ca. 1780-1855. El tabaco cubano : recursos fitogenéticos Eumelio Espino Marrero, Gilberto Torrecilla Guerra.
The Philosophy of Catholic Education Ellis A. Joseph. 27. 3. Spirituality and Religious Education Ronald J. Nuzzi. 65. 4. Curriculum and Instruction in Catholic Schools Robert B. Williams. For years the Catholic University of America provided an admirable service by publishing doctoral dissertations treating historical, philosophical, and timely practical topics in depth. Recently, the University of Dayton, the University of San Francisco, Saint Louis University, and Fordham University have launched a scholarly publication, Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice. In the 1960s, the National Catholic Guidance Conference Journal succeeded the Catholic Counselor.