Articles of relevance to Religious Education.
ZENIT provides this Vatican translation of the address Benedict XVI gave to Rome’s diocesan convention on June 11 2007 at the Basilica of St. John Lateran.* * *Dear Brothers and Sisters, For the third consecutive year our diocesan Convention gives read more
The Dictatorship of Relativismby Cardinal George Pell Relativism is powerful in Western life, evidenced in many areas from the decline in the study of history and English literature, through to the triumph of subjective values and conscience over moral trread more
Marriage still the best way to play happy, healthy families, by Polly Curtis, Guardian, Friday October 5, 2007 Children whose parents live together but are not married get worse results at school, leave education earlier and have a higher risk of developiread more
The sexual revolution promised to give people greater freedom and joy in their sex lives; but has resulted in record levels of sexually transmitted diseases, the legitimization and spread of pornography, greater hostility between the sexes, and cread more
CHRISTOPHER WEST writes: The twentieth century witnessed significant developments in the Church’s theology of marriage, beginning with Pope Pius XI’s 1930 encyclical Casti Connubii, passing through the Second Vatican Council and Pope Paul VIread more
THis article provides a wonderful explanation of the Christian roots of Halloween. Father Saunders shows how All Saints Day arose only from a Christian devotion, independent of pagan practices. Attached files CEW 2013 Liturgical Resource.pdf (9.9 MB)&nbsread more
The Feast of All Saints is one of the greatest of all the feasts because it celebrates what could have been impossible. Attached files CEW 2013 Parent resource.pdf (9.9 MB)
In our secularist society there is a popular, but erroneous notion of what it means to follow one’s conscience, often reduced to the idea, “if it feels right, how can it be wrong?” Our conscience is a personal interior encounter with Godread more
ZENIT reports the Pope’s encouragement that, even though the trials of life can make one feel abandoned by the Lord, an encounter with the Risen Christ can help recover the hope of faith. The Pope said this on 6 April 2008 in a commentary on theread more
The 8th annual Cardinal Winning Education Lecture was given on 31st January 2009 in the University of Glasgow by Most Rev. Mario Conti, Archbishop of Glasgow, on the theme: ‘Catholic Education and Catholic Social Teaching’.
In a moment oread more