Formation for mission : A systems model for advancing the formation of the religious educator within an Australian context

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Hall, David and Sultmann, William (Bill). (2019). Formation for mission : A systems model for advancing the formation of the religious educator within an Australian context. In In Buchanan, Michael T. and Gellel, Adrian-Mario (Ed.). Global perspectives on Catholic religious education in schools: Volume II : Learning and leading in a pluralist pp. 165-177 Springer Nature Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6127-2_14
AuthorsHall, David and Sultmann, William (Bill)
EditorsBuchanan, Michael T. and Gellel, Adrian-Mario
Abstract

The profile of the Catholic school in Australia is complex, multicultural, diverse and interdependent. While the mission of Catholic schools remains unchanged, Catholic employing authorities and Catholic entities are challenged to provide formation which is responsive to a new Catholic school community while being authentic to Church Tradition. Formation in this context cannot presume Baptism into a Christian community nor the practice of a Catholic faith Tradition. Rather, formation provides access and invites participation in processes that support an understanding of what is happening in the school, Church and in the world.

Page range165-177
Year2019
Book titleGlobal perspectives on Catholic religious education in schools: Volume II : Learning and leading in a pluralist
PublisherSpringer Nature Singapore
Place of publicationSingapore, Singapore
ISBN9783319209241
9789811361272
9789811361265
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6127-2_14
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