Reading on the Middle Border

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Reading on the Middle Border

Author: Christine Pawley

Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press

ISBN: 9781558497825

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An innovative study of the uses of print in daily life.

The Catholic Library World

Process all of these books immediately , letting the students who recommended
them check them out first . ... Teachers in history and English use these ideas to
plan alternative assignments for book reviews and book sharing . In other words
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The Catholic Library World

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The Catholic School Journal

Marie High School , Management Features Many small Catholic colleges
overextended in their four. “ DO I have ... Yet , every year thousands of secondary
English teachers assign book reports to millions of reluctant students . Doesn ' t
this ... An English teacher with imagination will think of other alternatives for the
standard or stereotyped book report . reading they do and write interesting
observations .

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The Edinburgh Review

It was in that case ing alternative books for Roman Catholics . supposed that if his
Bill had passed , one of In the Dublin University , Logic and Ethics , the two
Catholic professors would be chosen which always entered into the
undergraduate ...

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The Catholic Bulletin and Book Review

With regard to ( 3 ) , the author points out that the chaos of educational and
economic conditions imposed in Ireland by English rule “ has resulted in an
impasse , which in fact leaves only two alternatives ; the refusal of higher
education to the ...

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The Edinburgh Review Or Critical Journal

It is asserted that, as the Roman Catholic element must be largely represented in
the senate, there will be a lowering of the ... there is nothing to prevent the
adoption of the well-known plan of allowing alternative books for Roman
Catholics.

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Resources in Education

ED 252 620// Non Catholic Students The Non-Catholic in the Catholic School. ...
ED 252 162 Evolving Jobs and Nonteaching Professional Staff in Universities: An
Alternative Perspective on Career ... ED 248 219 Nonprint Media A Collection of
Reviews of Trade Books, Films, Recordings and Free Materials to Use in ...

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Alternative Schooling and School Choice

Her teaching and research interests focus on immigrant and refugee students'
equitable access to education, with a focus on culturally relevant and ... and
Politics Book Review, Educational Studies, and Journal of Education Policy. ...
His interests include Catholic and Jewish schools, which he has analyzed for 40
years.

Alternative Schooling and School Choice

Author: Allan G. Osborne, Jr.

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1412987954

Page: 367

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Written and signed by experts in the field, this volume in the point/counterpoint Debating Issues in American Education reference series tackles the topic of alternative schooling and school choice, offering an illustrated overview of the topic as well as providing resources for further study.

The Bold Alternative

In a recent book review in The Christian Century, Louis Weeks, president of
Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education,
recounts a conversation familiar to most mainline religious leaders: "A seminary
colleague recently observed that current students ... Now they brag — "I came
from a Baptist- Catholic background, became Orthodox, was born again in
InterVarsity, and ...

The Bold Alternative

Author: Gary W. Charles

Publisher: Geneva Press

ISBN: 9780664501792

Page: 132

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Despite the fact that mainline churches have been on a membership decline for the last generation, there are still active and healthy congregations where bright, able, thinking people have decided to stay and serve. In this book, Gary Charles studies these folks to find out what motivates them to remain in the church. Written in a readable, conversational style, this book describes these people--what they believe, how they understand God and faith, and what prompts them to take what has become a counter-cultural stance to stay in church.

The American Catholic Quarterly Review

Book Notices . CHRISTIAN UNITY AND THE HISTORIC EPISCOPATE . By Henry
Forrester , a Presbyter of the American Church ... In fact , they would have no
alternative , if such notions as his come to prevail in the Protestant Episcopalian
sect , but ... Why he should take all this trouble when , according to the Thirty 178
American Catholic Quarterly Review . pate (Forrester) Musa Ecclesiastica (A'
Kempis)

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New Catholic World

ATTENDING (TO) THE LITURGY M»rk Searle A WORLD OF GRACE (Book
Review) Philip J. Rosato BELIEF AND UNBELIEF IN ... Ruslum Rov
GUATEMALA AND U S POLICY ALTERNATIVES Reggie Norton GUIDE FOR
PARENTS OF ... IN BIOMEDICAL ETHICS (Book Review) Thomas A. Shannon
PROFILE OF COLLEGE STUDENTS Matthew Kohmescher, S.M. PSALMS
Francis Sullivan, SJ.

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THE MONTH A CATHOLIC MAGAZINE AND REVIEW

... Minister of Public Instruction the right of prohibiting the use of certain books in
schools; surely M. Monteil's Manual ought to be placed in this category. ... of Paris
expressed the wish that the book should be distributed to the pupils, and—if the
French Conservative Press is to be believed—the book has already ... The
unfortunate man has not even the alternative of sending and Zay-Znstruction in
France.

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Wisconsin Reports

... the children in said alternative writ named , were and are members of the
Roman Catholic Church ; that they believe in ... and incomplete , by reason of the
omission of certain books held by said church to be integral portions of the
inspired ...

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Looking for Mary Magdalene

Fedele pays particular attention to the pilgrims' life stories, rituals and reading.

Looking for Mary Magdalene

Author: Anna Fedele

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199898421

Page: 320

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Anne Fedele offers a comprehensive ethnography of alternative pilgrimages to French Catholic shrines dedicated to Saint Mary Magdalene. Drawing on more than three years of extensive fieldwork, she describes how pilgrims from Italy, Spain, Britain, and the United States interpret Catholic figures, symbols, and sites according to spiritual theories and practices derived from the transnational Neopagan movement. Fedele pays particular attention to the life stories of the pilgrims, the crafted rituals they perform, and the spiritual-esoteric literature they draw upon. She examines how they devise their rituals; why this kind of spirituality is increasingly prevalent in the West; and the influence of anthropological literature on the pilgrims. Among these pilgrims, spirituality is lived and negotiated in interaction with each other and with textual sources: Jungian psychology, Goddess mythology, and ''indigenous'' traditions merge into a corpus of theories and practices centered upon the worship of divinities such as the Goddess, Mother Earth, and the sacralization of the reproductive cycle. The pilgrims' rituals present a critique of the Roman Catholic Church and the medical establishment and have critical implications for contemporary discourses on gender. Looking for Mary Magdalene is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in ritual and pilgrimage.

The New York Times Book Review

select and dismiss students more deliberately than they actually do . ... Can those
who work in book of vital currents in Catholic ideology that direct Catholic
schooling toward democracy and social ... in New York City's public alternative
high that most exist beside schools increasingly defined by schools , including
the most ...

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