“A school is authentically and distinctively Catholic when it a) fosters relationships that are both human and divine, and b_ when in inculcate awareness about how knowledge, culture, and faith of all peoples are interconnected and find their true originis in God. This model presents a special Catholic character and contribution that is relational, global, and sacramental.” – an excerpt from Charism & Culture: Cultivating Catholic Identity in Catholic Schools by Timothy J. Cook, Ph.D.
Cultivating a distinct charism that transcends the school’s entire culture presents opportunities for contemporary Catholic schools to enhance their Catholic identity in an appealing and meaningful way for their local setting. Charism & Culture explores how each Catholic school has a charism to be integrated throughout school culture and how it is also a spiritual asset to Catholic school vitality. Get your copy from the NCEA store today!