Faith Permeation and Indigenous Perspectives: How do they work together?

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Dr. Brett Salkeld is be offering a monthly series of talks for Catholic educators on curriculum permeation at St. Martin’s parish, the third session is March 7th 2019 at 7 pm.
Look for a poster in your parish or school for future dates and topics. It is one way for Regina Catholic teachers to fulfill their C2PG.
This series is sponsored by the Catholic Teachers Guild of Regina.  
February the 6th topic is: Faith Permeation and Indigenous Perspectives: How do they work together? Catholic teachers today are told both that they need to permeate every class with Catholic faith and that every subject matter needs to take into account Indigenous perspectives.  Isn’t this too much to ask?  Or is it possible that Catholicism has within it the resources for precisely this kind of education?  From the time the first Gentiles entered the Church, Catholicism has embraced and been embraced by many cultures.  Come and learn about the relationship between Catholicism and culture, especially the culture of Canada’s first peoples.

Location

St. Martin de Porres Parish
4720 Castle Road
S4S 4X1 Regina , Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan CA
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Event Date: 
Thu, Mar 7, 2019 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM