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Lost Classroom, Lost Community: Catholic Schools’ Importance In Urban America By Margaret F. Brinig And Nicole Stelle Garnett. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 2014. 202 Pp., $48.00., Ann Marie Ryan Nov 2018

Lost Classroom, Lost Community: Catholic Schools’ Importance In Urban America By Margaret F. Brinig And Nicole Stelle Garnett. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 2014. 202 Pp., $48.00., Ann Marie Ryan

Education: School of Education Faculty Publications and Other Works

In Lost Classroom, Lost Community: Catholic Schools’ Importance in Urban America, Margaret F. Brinig and Nicole Stelle Garnett set out to understand how the precipitous loss of urban Catholic schools over the past several decades has affected the social order and social cohesion of the neighborhoods in which these schools once served as community anchors. Fittingly, they begin their exploration with a history of Catholic schools in the United States, from their fledgling and contested beginnings in the nineteenth century to their height in the mid- to late twentieth century. In this condensed but informative historical account, Brinig and Garnett ...


Supporting Students With Disabilities In Catholic Elementary And Secondary Schools: A Catholic Higher Education Perspective, Michael Boyle Oct 2017

Supporting Students With Disabilities In Catholic Elementary And Secondary Schools: A Catholic Higher Education Perspective, Michael Boyle

Education: School of Education Faculty Publications and Other Works

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Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project Assisnment, Loretta Stalans Apr 2017

Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project Assisnment, Loretta Stalans

Ignatian Pedagogy Educational Resources

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Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Written Project: The Five Domains In Epistolary Form, Alyson Paige Warren Apr 2017

Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Written Project: The Five Domains In Epistolary Form, Alyson Paige Warren

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Lost In Translation: Infusing Ignatian Pedagogy In On-Line Undergraduate Nursing Program, Jorgia Connor, Joanne Dunderdale, Tavis D. Jules, Patty Stapleton Apr 2017

Lost In Translation: Infusing Ignatian Pedagogy In On-Line Undergraduate Nursing Program, Jorgia Connor, Joanne Dunderdale, Tavis D. Jules, Patty Stapleton

Ignatian Pedagogy Educational Resources

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Emphasizing Experience And Refelction During Online Math Hw, Kieran Flahive Apr 2017

Emphasizing Experience And Refelction During Online Math Hw, Kieran Flahive

Ignatian Pedagogy Educational Resources

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Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Pamela K. Morris Apr 2017

Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Pamela K. Morris

Ignatian Pedagogy Educational Resources

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Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Catherine Nichols Apr 2017

Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Catherine Nichols

Ignatian Pedagogy Educational Resources

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Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Natasha M. Teetsov Apr 2017

Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Natasha M. Teetsov

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Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Mitchell A. Hendrickson Apr 2017

Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Final Project, Mitchell A. Hendrickson

Ignatian Pedagogy Educational Resources

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Uptown As Pilgrimage Destination, Jon Schmidt Apr 2017

Uptown As Pilgrimage Destination, Jon Schmidt

Ignatian Pedagogy Educational Resources

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Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm At Arrupe College, Minerva Ahumada, Shannon Gore, Aisha Raees, Carlo Tarantino Apr 2017

Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm At Arrupe College, Minerva Ahumada, Shannon Gore, Aisha Raees, Carlo Tarantino

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Exceptional Learner's White Paper: One Spirit, One Body, Michael J. Boyle, Pamela R. Bernards Jan 2017

Exceptional Learner's White Paper: One Spirit, One Body, Michael J. Boyle, Pamela R. Bernards

Education: School of Education Faculty Publications and Other Works

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The Lost Sheep: Experiences Of Religious Gay Men In Havana, Cuba, Michael Maher Jr Jan 2007

The Lost Sheep: Experiences Of Religious Gay Men In Havana, Cuba, Michael Maher Jr

Education: School of Education Faculty Publications and Other Works

The focus of the article is interviews with ten religious gay men in Havana. Interviews were conducted in 1999 and 2000. The men were from Catholic, Santeria, Protestant, and Pentecostal backgrounds. Common perceptions were that Santeria was the most welcoming religion to gays and that Pentecostalism was the least welcoming to gays. While many non-Catholics viewed the Catholic Church as welcoming, the gay Catholics in the study did not see the Church as welcoming, but they did tend to see it as more welcoming than Pentecostalism. Almost all the men in the study had come to reconcile their sexuality and ...


Is The Roman Catholic Prohibition Of Female Priests Sexist?: How Catholic College Students Think About Women’S Ordination And Sexism, Michael Maher Jr, Linda M. Sever, Shaun Pichler Jan 2007

Is The Roman Catholic Prohibition Of Female Priests Sexist?: How Catholic College Students Think About Women’S Ordination And Sexism, Michael Maher Jr, Linda M. Sever, Shaun Pichler

Education: School of Education Faculty Publications and Other Works

In April 2003, the researchers conducted a survey of undergraduate students living in residence halls at Loyola University Chicago. The majority of Catholic students in the study expressed disagreement with the statement, “Women should not be allowed to be clergy (priests, pastors, imams, rabbis, etc.),” and the majority of them expressed agreement with the statement, “Sexism is wrong.” This was not a surprise to the researchers. What was surprising was the fact that the correlation of the responses by Catholics between these two statements was insignificant (r = -.089). The researches explored this question with focus groups made up of Loyola ...