“Justice Matters”: A Multi-faceted Implementation of Catholic Social Teaching across the Curriculum

he photo is from September 2008 – the pilot ECG 100 course that launched the new social justice curriculum. Here the freshmen were experiencing their first taste of how the Cabrini Mission and the Communication major could be combined as they report on Fair Trade in Media, Pa.

The photo is from September 2008 – the pilot ECG 100 course that launched the new social justice curriculum. Here the freshmen were experiencing their first taste of how the Cabrini Mission and the Communication major could be combined as they report on Fair Trade in Media, Pa.

Eight years since Justice Matters launched, I got the opportunity to pull my thoughts together about where I think we stand. Those of you who have been companions on the journey may be interested in this article “‘Justice Matters’: A Multi-faceted Implementation of Catholic Social Teaching across the Curriculum.” The thesis: Course work, experiential learning, and a variety of curricular and co-curricular opportunities must be pursued in order to cultivate students’ dispositions and develop their desire to pursue a commitment to social justice.

Read the article here.

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