A Jesuit Education Reader

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George W. Traub
Loyola Press, 2008 - Religion - 432 pages
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A Jesuit Education Reader is a collection of the finest short essays on the mission, challenge, and state of Jesuit education. The thirty-five offerings are conveniently organized by theme. George W. Traub, SJ, provides an introduction, suggested further readings, and a short glossary of key terms and concepts for each section. These valuable and often hard-to-find articles bear witness to the strength and vitality of Jesuit education in the past and present, while looking ahead to the vast potential this form of education holds.
 

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Contents

Our Mission and Culture
11
Lay and Jesuit Companions
27
How the First Jesuits Became Involved in Education
43
Background
63
Further Reading
87
Further Reading
105
Jesuits and University Life
133
PeterHans Kolvenbach SJ
163
Postmodern Spirituality and the Ignatian
285
Liberating StudentsFrom Paris Hilton Howard
299
Further Reading
332
Reflections on Teaching Science at Jesuit
347
On Where and with Whom Is My Heart?
359
Further Reading
377
Do You Speak Ignatian? A Glossary of Terms Used
390
Contents of the Companion Volume An Ignatian
410

Communal Reflection on the Jesuit Mission in Higher
177
An Ignatian Priority
195
Further Reading
209
The Truly Catholic University
232
Closing Statement on Academic Freedom and Catholic
260
Introduction
272
Discernment
413
Ignatian Spirituality
415
His Life
421
Index
425
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George W. Traub, SJ, has spent more than two decades fostering a greater understanding of Jesuit mission and identity and has spent almost thirty years in Jesuit education.

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