Paul McQuillan


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Research outputs

'Who's coming to school today?' How might it affect tomorrow?
McQuillan, Paul. (2011). 'Who's coming to school today?' How might it affect tomorrow? St. Mark's Review: a journal of Christian thought and opinion (print version). 217(3), pp. 50 - 69.

Journal article

Youth Ministry in a Changing World: The International Research Project on Youth Spirituality
McQuillan, Paul. (2009). Youth Ministry in a Changing World: The International Research Project on Youth Spirituality. The Journal of Youth Ministry.

Journal article

Children of the deaf: The challenge of expressing spirituality in western society
McQuillan, Paul. (2009). Children of the deaf: The challenge of expressing spirituality in western society. In Encountering the mystery: Discovering God with young people in a secular world pp. 21 - 36 YTC Press, A division of Youth Focus.

Book chapter

Leading Catholic schools in an era of religious diversity
McQuillan, Paul. (2008). Leading Catholic schools in an era of religious diversity. Journal of Religious Education. 56(4), pp. 10 - 20.

Journal article

From original vision to world vision. A comparison of the level of recognition and reporting of religious experience of two groups of Catholic high schools students
McQuillan, Paul and Marx, Eric. (2008). From original vision to world vision. A comparison of the level of recognition and reporting of religious experience of two groups of Catholic high schools students. Journal of Youth and Theology. 6(2), pp. 24 - 40.

Journal article

The spirit within: The liminal experiences of some senior high school students
McQuillan, Paul. (2008). The spirit within: The liminal experiences of some senior high school students VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG.

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