Recently, Religious Education, the official publication of the Religious Education Association, published faculty member Tracey Lamont’s article, “Catholic Schools as Spaces for Transformative Encounter.” It explores how Catholic secondary school curriculums on “Ecumenical and Interreligious Issues” can unfold through intentional pedagogical methods that help religious educators teach about religious pluralism in a way that nurtures the developmental needs of adolescents, deepens their religious and moral identity, and develops habits of mind committed to the common good.
The journal Religious Education is available in the ATLA Religion Database with ATLA Serials at the Monroe Library’s website. GO» Dr. Lamont’s article is in vol. 11, no. 3, May-June 2018, pp. 302-13. Readers may read an abstract of the article at the Taylor and Francis website which hosts the journal; scroll down until you see the article’s title. GO»