Catholic High Schools

that host

Chinese International Students

 

High School Religious / Theology Teachers Survey 

High school teachers of religious studies and theology play a vital role in opening the intellect and the imagination of young people to the life of faith, and you can open exponentially the perspective of Chinese International Students studying at your school.


At the same time, you face daunting challenges as you engage these young people who have crossed continents and cultures. Coming from a society with very different conceptual foundations – one whose current government actively promotes a materialist philosophy of life – these young people sometimes have difficulty making sense of theology and religious studies. 


The US-China Catholic Association (USCCA) stands ready to assist you in your vital work. An organization that has spent thirty years building relations between Catholics in China and the United States, we have recruited a team of international experts to provide you with useful tools, resources, and online infosessions.

You can find resources of our past workshops, including video recordings here, and information about our upcoming workshop here.


By completing this survey (9 questions), you will enable us to best address your needs and concerns. 
 

For more information, contact:

Cecilia Flores, Campus Engagement Coordinator

Fr. Michael Agliardo, SJ, Executive Director

 
 

The US-China Catholic Association was founded in 1989 by concerned U.S. bishops, Maryknoll, the Jesuits, and representatives of other religious orders in order to promote mutual support and fraternal ties between the Church in China and the U.S. Church.

US-China Catholic Association

1646 Addison Street

Berkeley, CA 94703

Staff@USCatholicChina.org

(510) 900-2015 

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