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Leaving Cert

The Search for Meaning and Values

by Paula Goggin

€15.95

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Into the Classroom is a series of eleven new books designed for second-level teachers beginning the new Leaving Certificate Religious Education syllabus. Each of the books covers all the content in the relevant syllabus section. With their accessible and engaging commentary, they will also be of great interest to third-level students, educators and a general readership.

The Search for Meaning and Values is divided into four parts: the first focuses on the context within which the search for meaning and values takes place; the second on the response to the quest for meaning and values; the third on belief in God as a locus for this quest; and the fourth on the manner in which religion both responds to and shapes these great questions of life.

ABOUT THE EDITORS

Rev. Dr. Eoin Cassidy is Registrar and Head of the Philosophy Department at the Mater Dei Institute, a college of Dublin City University. He is a member of the Irish Commission for Justice and Social Affairs ICJSAs role is to support the Irish Bishops Conference in promoting the social teaching of the Catholic Church and advise on issues of social concern.

Patrick M. Devitt, Senior Lecturer in Religious Education at Mater Dei Institute.

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