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From Original Vision to World Vision. A comparison of the level of recognition and reporting of religious experience of two groups of catholic high schools students.

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The research reported in this paper began as a result of Dr Paul McQuillan's quest to verify his personal experience teaching senior high school students (age 16 and 17) in Australian Catholic Schools. Over a number of years of teaching Religious Education to groups of students he noted that they often witnessed to their deep experience of the transcendent, even though this was not always interpreted religiously by the students. His own teaching methodology was based on the experiential approach to Religious Education espoused by Hammond, Hay, Moxon, Netto, Raban, Straugheir and Williams and facilitated the recognition and recording of these experiences by the students. The statistical analysis in comparisons between survey groups was the work of Dr Eric Marx from the School of Psychology at the McAuley (Brisbane) Campus of Australian Catholic University. The authors suggest ways to address an apparently diminishing level of recognition and reporting of these experiences.


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