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Forward Michael Holman SJ Introduction Sean Whittle Part 1. Vatican II on Catholic education 1. Vatican II and New Thinking About Catholic Education. Gerald Grace 2. Speaking Up For Gravissimum Educationis. Sean Whittle Part 2. International perspectives on Catholic education since Vatican II 3. An Australian Perspective on Vatican II and Catholic Education. Jill Daly Gowdie 4. Belgium: New Thinking on Catholic Education Fifty Years After Vatican II. Lieven Boeve 5. France: Vatican II and Catholic Education. Francois Moog 6. England: Vatican II and Catholic Education. Dr Ros Stuart-Buttle 7. Catholic schools in Glasgow and Caring for the Needs of those who are Poor. Stephen McKinney 8. Catholic Schooling in Wales Fifty Years After Vatican II Philip Manghan Part 3. Theological and philosophical perspectives on Catholic education and Vatican II 9. Catholic Education In The Light of Vatican II: Anthropology and Catholic Education. Dermot Lane 10. A Philosopher's Perspective on Vatican II's New Thinking on Catholic Education. Paddy Walsh 11. A Theologian's Perspective on Vatican II's New Thinking on Catholic Education. Martin Poulsom SDB 12. Theology and Education. Michael Kirwan SJ Part 4. Practical perspectives on Catholic education and Vatican II 13. A Bishop's Perspective on Vatican II and Catholic Education in England and Wales. Bishop Michael Campbell OSA 14. The Future of Catholic Education in England and Wales: A Personal Reflection. Michael Holman SJ 15. The Practical Realities of Catholic Education in the Post Vatican II World. Maureen Glackin Part 5. Vatican II and the Catholic university 16. Reflections on Fifty Years of Church Teaching on Universities (From Gravissimum Educationis to Ex Corde Ecclesiae). Michele Riondino 17. Relative Autonomy and the Catholic University. John Sullivan Conclusion Sean Whittle
Dr Sean Whittle is a member of Heythrop's `Institute of Religion and Society' as a Post-doctoral Research Fellow. Prior to taking up this fellowship Dr Whittle completed his doctoral studies at the highly regarded Institute of Education, now part of UCL. He defended a thesis on the theory or philosophy of Catholic education. His first book `A theory of Catholic education' (Bloomsbury 2014) presents a robust philosophy of Catholic education that draws heavily on insights from Karl Rahner. In this book Whittle controversially argues in support of a non-confessional theory of Catholic education. Alongside his role as an academic at Heythrop, he works part time as an RE teacher at Gumley House Convent School FCJ in London. He is a happily married lay member of the Catholic church.