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  1. Befriending context and tradition: Evangelisation and catholic schools.John McGrath - 2012 - The Australasian Catholic Record 89 (3):283.
    McGrath, John The Church 'exists to evangelise'. It is its essential mission. Catholic schooling in Australia professes its enthusiasm for being 'part of the evangelising mission of the Church'. It always has. However, the call to renewed ways of evangelisation in new and diverse circumstances gives rise to a number of questions: How should schools respond to new contexts? What principles should underpin their evangelising efforts? What are some of the renewed ways by which school systems strive to meet the (...)
     
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    Awareness and unawareness of thought disorder.John McGrath & Rebecca Allman - 2000 - Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 34 (1):35-42.
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    Animal models may help fractionate shared and discrete pathways underpinning schizophrenia and autism.Thomas H. J. Burne, Darryl W. Eyles & John J. McGrath - 2008 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (3):264-265.
    Crespi & Badcock (C&B) present an appealing and parsimonious synthesis arguing that schizophrenia and autism are differentially regulated by maternal versus paternal genomic imprinting, respectively. We argue that animal models related to schizophrenia and autism provide a useful platform to explore the mechanisms outlined by C&B. We also note that schizophrenia and autism share certain risk factors such as advanced paternal age. Apart from genomic imprinting, copy number variants related to advanced paternal age may also contribute to the differential trajectory (...)
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  4. Renewed focus on scripture in Religious Education in Catholic Schools.John McGrath - 2020 - The Australasian Catholic Record 97 (4):425.
    As Pope Benedict XVI stated, 'Youth is a time when genuine and irrepressible questions arise about the meaning of life and the direction our own lives should take' so 'we need to help young people to gain confidence and familiarity with sacred Scripture so it can become a compass pointing out the path to follow'. The 'instrumentum laboris' for the Synod on the Word of God recommended that 'greater appreciation needs to be given to teaching the Bible in schools, especially (...)
     
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    Fact and reality: Von hügel's response.John A. Mcgrath - 1989 - Heythrop Journal 30 (1):13–31.