The gifts of Catholic education for civil society
Jenny Sinclair, T4CG’s Founder and Director, took part in a panel discussion on the impact of Catholic education on civil society. The panel explored questions such as:
What are the gifts from the Catholic tradition that can benefit wider society? How could such gifts be integrated into ‘wellbeing’ in schools or universities? How would you engage with young people struggling with the tensions between the convictions of the Church and the reality of the world?
The panelists were: Renee Kohler-Ryan, National Head of the School of Philosophy and Theology at the University of Notre Dame Australia; Paul Stubbings, Catholic Head Teacher at the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School in West London, and Raymond Friel, CEO of Caritas Social Action Network.
The conversation was chaired by Maggie Fergusson, Literary Editor of The Tablet.
You can listen to a recording of the discussion HERE
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