Catholics and Catholicism in contemporary Australia : challenges and achievements

Ata, Abe W. 2012, Catholics and Catholicism in contemporary Australia : challenges and achievements, David Lovell Publishing, Melbourne, Vic..

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Title Catholics and Catholicism in contemporary Australia : challenges and achievements
Author(s) Ata, Abe W.
Publication date 2012
Total pages 327 p.
Publisher David Lovell Publishing
Place of Publication Melbourne, Vic.
Notes Section 1. Education and pastoral care. A long list of 'thens': religious education and social change in the Catholic Church in Australia / Graham English -- Sustaining caring teachers in complex educational contexts / Wendy Moran & Elizabeth Labone -- Perception of the 'Other' in Catholic schools in Australia: a national survey / Abe W. Ata -- Section 2. Interfaith, inter-ethnic and cross-cultural dialogue. Muslim-Catholic relations in Australia, with special reference to Melbourne 1995-2010 / John R. Dupuche & Yasser Soliman -- Catholic and Protestant relations and dialogues / Gerard Kelly -- Australian Catholicism and interfaith dialogue / Gerard V. Hall -- Community and Church: the Italian 'problem' in Australia during the inter-war years / Monica Tolcvay -- The evolution of Chinese Catholic communities in Sydney from 1954 to 2010 / Margaret Tam -- Section 3. Identity, gender and civil engagement. Catholic identity / Patrick McArdle -- Counselling in Catholic agencies: issues of mission and identity / Denis Fitzgerald -- Cultural shifts: Lutheran to Catholic / David Schütz -- Finding the lamp: my Bahá'í experience / Boris Handal -- A response to Woman and Man from a research perspective / Sophie McGrath -- Section 4. The Church, spirituality, health care and ethics. Enabling nurses in delivering competent spiritual care / Tracey McDonald & Thomas Harding -- Bereavement anxieties and health among the Australian-Italian Catholic community / Abe W. Ata -- Good teaching, spirituality and the challenge of encountering cultural differences in Australia / Glenn Morrison -- Burnout and job satisfaction among Australian Catholic clergy / Martin Dowson, Maureen Miner & Sam Sterland -- Professional health care education: ethical competence and emotional intelligence as aspects of care / Sandra Lynch -- Section 5. The media. An uneasy dialogue: Catholic media in Australia / Peter Thomas -- Catholicism and the secular media in Australia: a case of mutual misunderstanding / Paul Collins -- Section 6. Family and identity. Catholic and non-Catholic intermarriage: attitudes to children, identity and sharing household responsibilities / Abe W. Ata -- Section 7. The Australian Catholic University: challenges within the wider community. The idea of an Australian Catholic university / Greg Craven -- Section 8. The clergy, religious congregations and the community. The psychological type profile of Australian Catholic congregations: psychological theory and congregational studies / Mandy Robbins & Leslie J. Francis -- Profiling Catholic priests in Australia: an empirical study applying psychological type theory / Leslie J. Francis, Ruth Powell & Mandy Robbins -- Lessons on sin and forgiveness: a crisis in the Roman Catholic Church / Jodi Death -- Catholic movements and global Catholicism: how to shape Catholicism in a new social context / Erik Sengers.
ISBN 9781863551427
Language eng
Field of Research 130199 Education systems not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970113 Expanding Knowledge in Education
HERDC Research category A1.1 Books - authored - research
HERDC collection year 2012
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30057249

Document type: Book
Collection: School of Education
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