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Gravissimum Educationis Conclusion

CONCLUSION In this final section, the council speaks first to students, urging their involvement in the profession/vocation of teaching: The sacred synod earnestly entreats young people themselves to become aware of the importance of the work of education and to … Continue reading

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Gravissimum Educationis 12

12. Coordination to be Fostered in Scholastic Matters Cooperation is the order of the day. It increases more and more to supply the demand on a diocesan, national and international level. Since it is altogether necessary in scholastic matters, every … Continue reading

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Gravissimum Educationis 11

11. Faculties of Sacred Sciences The Church expects much from the zealous endeavors of the faculties of the sacred sciences.(Cf. Pius XII’s apostolic constitution, Deus Scientiarum Dominus, May 24, 1931: A.A.S. 23 (1931) pp. 245-247.) For to them she entrusts … Continue reading

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Gravissimum Educationis 10

10. Catholic Colleges and Universities The Church is concerned also with schools of a higher level, especially colleges and universities. And so, the council bishops turn their gaze to higher education, Catholic style. In those schools dependent on her she … Continue reading

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Gravissimum Educationis 9

9. Different Types of Catholic Schools To this concept of a Catholic school all schools that are in any way dependent on the Church must conform as far as possible, though the Catholic school is to take on different forms … Continue reading

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Gravissimum Educationis 8

8. Catholic Schools The influence of the Church in the field of education is shown in a special manner by the Catholic school. No less than other schools does the Catholic school pursue cultural goals and the human formation of … Continue reading

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Gravissimum Educationis 7

7. Moral and Religious Education in all Schools Feeling very keenly the weighty responsibility of diligently caring for the moral and religious education of all her children, the Church must be present with her own special affection and help for … Continue reading

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