What Catholic Identity Means to Students: Curriculum

 

% agreeing

% disagreeing

A Catholic college should offer courses in Catholic theology.

88.8

2.4

A Catholic college should require courses in Catholic theology.

44.6

32.4

A Catholic college should offer courses on other Christian traditions.

88.2

2.4

A Catholic college should require courses on other Christian traditions.

29.0

41.3

A Catholic college should offer courses on non-Christian religions.

83.2

5.4

A Catholic college should require courses on non-Christian religions.

25.6

45.0

A Catholic college should ensure that some courses outside of theology present Catholic perspectives on important issues.

55.3

22.3

A Catholic college should ensure that most courses outside of theology present Catholic perspectives on important issues.

27.6

43.3

A Catholic college should ensure that its students are aware of official Catholic teachings related to personal morality.

65.1

9.2

A Catholic college should ensure that its students are aware of official Catholic teachings related to the dignity of life.

66.7

9.4

A Catholic college should ensure that its students are aware of official Catholic teachings related to social justice.

70.1

6.8

A Catholic college should ensure that its students grapple with perspectives opposed to official Catholic teaching.

65.7

6.4

A Catholic college should ensure that its students are aware of the diversity of Catholic opinion on important subjects.

81.4

5.6