Educating the Whole Person: Our Hopes for Catholic Education

2012-2013 Waterloo Catholic District School Board Lecture

Educating the Whole Person: Our Hopes for Catholic Education

Named by Pope Benedict XVI to become a member of the Congregation for Catholic Education, Thomas Cardinal Collins hopes to see faith and reason working together. "We need to find out how to have secular excellence in terms of being able to deal with this world, but founded on a profound sense of the spiritual values and faith rooted in the Gospel." In this talk, Cardinal Collins will examine the various ways in which Catholic education makes a great contribution to our whole society and explore how it can strengthen the new evangelization. 

Thomas Cardinal Collins

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Thomas Cardinal Collins, Archbishop of Toronto

Thomas Cardinal Collins received his B.A. from St. Jerome's, a B.Th. from St. Peter's Seminary, an M.A. in English from the University of Western Ontario, a Licentiate in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute, and a doctorate in theology from the Gregorian University. Cardinal Collins has served as the bishop of St. Paul, Alberta, the Archbishop of Edmonton, Alberta, and is currently the Archbishop of Toronto. He was elevated to the College of Cardinals in February 2012 and has received honorary degrees from the University of St. Michael's College and Niagara University.

Friday, April 12, 2013 - 7:30pm
Siegfried Hall(1036)
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Waterloo Catholic District School Board