Living vicariously: some implications of the new evangelization for Catholic schools
Rymarz, Richard. (2012). Living vicariously: some implications of the new evangelization for Catholic schools. The Catholic Social Science Review. 17, pp. 109 - 122.
This paper argues that the New Evangelization of Pope John Paul II is an appropriate response to a culture where vicarious expression is becoming a dominant mode of religious affiliation. Vicarious religious affiliation described variously as a type of practical atheism, providing a metaphorical safety net or keeping intact a tenuous religious memory has clear implications for Catholic schools. Schools no longer can rely on the committed and ongoing support of parents and others and must clearly reemphasize their distinctiveness in a marketplace that is replete with religious options. One way of doing this is to cultivate a strong religious identity.
|Journal||The Catholic Social Science Review|
|Journal citation||17, pp. 109 - 122|
|Web address (URL)||https://www.pdcnet.org/cssr/content/cssr_2012_0017_0109_0122|
|Open access||Open access|
|Page range||109 - 122|
|Research Group||School of Education|
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