This paper suggests that an appreciation and application of the notion of Maurice Blondel’s “living tradition” would help in addressing some concerns about Catholic education. Blondel’s key insights and his contributions to Catholic thinking and a living tradition are discussed along with the educational implications for Catholic schools.
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Sullivan, J. (1997). Blondel and a Living Tradition for Catholic Education. Journal of Catholic Education, 1 (1). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol1/iss1/8