TITLE

EL QUEHACER DESDE LA PEDAGOGÍA PASTORAL DEL SACERDOTE DE LA ARQUIDIÓCESIS DE MEDELLÍN

AUTHOR(S)
Sanchez, Luis Guillermo Orozco
PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
Cuestiones Teológicas;2011, Vol. 38 Issue 90, p403
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The prsent situation of the Church in Medellín invites to rethink: how is the evangelization, how are the ways taken to transmit the message of salvation to the parishes and how the complete formation is carried out as transversal axis which make possible the harmonious progress of culture in the society. The presence of the Church in Medellín, within the pastoral planning and the continental mission, ensures the active and inclusive participation in the formative-educative knowledges proposed by the objective, systematic and critical approach to the world of education. This article aims to make an analysis of the pedagogical methods which must be used to evangelize and, of course, to make a research about the knowledge used by of the priests of the archidiocesis of Medellín to evangelize with objectivity and discipline, helped by the pedagogical sciences which teach how to learn and how to learn to teach. This article wants the diocesan priests to be aware of the necessity of a pedagogical formation which may contribute to the transformation of the parrochial comunities.
ACCESSION #
76121914

 

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