giovedì 12 dicembre 2013


Gerald Grace, borrowing from the sociological constructs of Pierre Bourdieu, speaks of the significance of the spiritual and cultural  capital of religious orders in providing  a significant catalyst in the development of Catholic education in England and Wales. 
This article endeavours to explore the extent to which spiritual capital is a critical issue for Catholic schools and ways in which such capital may be strengthened within Catholic school communities. It will investigate the background the term, suggest links with other key concepts such as culture before surveying potential challenges and opportunities for 21st century Catholic schools.                                                                                                                      John Lydon

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