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Educational Philosophy


  Title Date
Theological Reflections on the Educational Philosophy of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus

Patricia M. McDonald, SHCJ

The Institutionalization of Cornelia Connelly's Charism in Her Schools and Its Expression Today

Lorna M. Bowman

Nov. 1992
The Inculcation of Holy Child Education: Actions Not Words

Lorna M.A. Bowman

1996
The History of Women, Religion and Education: A Methodological Approach

Lorna M.A. Bowman, Ed. D.

Dec. 9, 1993
The Contributions of the Holy Child Sisters to Women's Education in the Cross River State of Nigeria From 1930-1967

Doctoral Dissertation by Anna Ekam, M.A.

1980
Source: Education

No. 31:

  • The Spririt of Holy Child Education: Actions Not Words, pp 1-5
  • Cornelia's Ideals in Practice: An Experience of Holy Child Education 1942-49, pp 6-11
  • The Four R's, pp 12-14
  • Actions Not Words: The Inculturation of Holy Child Education, pp 15-24
  • To Achieve is to Dream and to Act, pp 25-28
  • Mayfield I: School During World War II, pp 29-31
1995
Reflection on the life and educational philosophy of Cornelia Connelly

Mary Kosch

Notes on Cornelia Connelly's Approach to Education

Sr. Helen Forshaw, SHCJ

Holy Child Network of Schools

Brochure about the Holy Child Network of Schools.

1990s
Handing on the Charism: Cornelia Connelly's Vision on Education

By Anne Murphy, SHCJ

2001
Cornelia Connelly: Pioneer in Education

by Sister Lou Ella Hickman; from "South Texas Catholic," Roman Catholic Diocese of Corpus Christi

2011
Cornelia Connelly Educator: Her Charisma and its Institutionalization

Doctoral Dissertation by Lorna M.A. Bowman

1984
Catholic Religious Education in Ontario, Canada - Opportunities and Challenges for the 1990's: Implications for Teacher Education

by Lorna M.A. Bowman; Research Interest Group

1990
Cherwell Papers, Vol. 1, No. 1

"Theological Reflections on the Educational Philosophy of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus," by Patricia M McDonald, SHCJ. Publication of the proceedings of the Cherwell Conference, Oxford, England, Summer 1992.

1992
Pylon XXVII, No. 2

The Pylon, XXVII, No. 2. Selected articles:

  • Introducing the Reverend James Montgomery, pp. 4-7
  • Kingdom of Light and Grace; Rev. Mother General Visits West Africa, pp. 8-18
  • A Thinking Pool, I'm Sorry, pp. 34-35
  • Mission Mosaic - In Manhatten, pp. 36-39
  • The Spark; Electra, pp. 40-41
Autumn 1965
Goals for Schools of the Holy Child Jesus

4th edition of the goals and criteria for network schools.

2009
Cornelia Connelly; Her Educational Principles, Part I

First part of article written by Mother Marie Therese, SHCJ. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Spring 1960, Pages 7-13. Cick here for conclusion.

Spring 1960
Cornelia Connelly; Her Educational Principles, Part II

Conclusion of article written by Mother Marie Therese, SHCJ. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 2, Summer 1960, Pages 4-13. Click here for Part I.

Summer 1960
Cornelia Connelly's innovations in female education, 1846-1864

Cornelia Connelly's innovations in female education, 1846-1864 : revolutionizing the school curriculum for girls / Roseanne McDougall ; with a foreword by Sharon Latchaw Hirsh. Available via the Villanova Digital Library. Click here to access.

2008
Cornelia Connelly and school textbooks

Article by I.P. Marmion.

December 1993
Cornelia Connelly's Philosophy of Education

From Cornelia Connelly's Work in Education by John P. Marmion.

Cornelia Connelly's Philosophy/Theology of Education

From presentation by Caritas McCarthy, SHCJ.

March 1, 1985
Characteristics of Cornelia Connelly's Educational Philosophy

Characteristics and supporting quotes.



Book of the Order of Studies, 1863

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