Associate Professor, St Joseph's College
St. Joseph's College
114 St - 89 AveEdmonton ABT6G 2J5
The components that make up the education of the Catholic teacher. Issues include credal statements, the moral and social teachings of the Church, liturgical practices, a general theology and theory of Catholic education.
An investigation of Christian responses to World War II through the actions, experiences and thoughts of individuals and churches.
An examination of particular social justice issues related to the economy, gender, Indigenous peoples, the environment, etc., in light of Catholic social teachings and other Christian perspectives; social action strategies, and education for social justice.
A study of a religious tradition(s), its teachings and rituals, along with its function in a specific historical setting, including its role in conditioning and reflecting a particular society and culture.
Prerequisite: *3 in HIST at the 300-level or consent of Department.