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The Sensus Fidelium and canon law: An exploration

Anthony Ekpo
More than fifty years ago Pope John XXIII convoked the Second Vatican Council to which about 2,500 bishops were invited from all over the world. It was at this Council, and in its reception over the years, that the sensus fidelium was re-discovered as an ecclesial reality and a theological insight that has characterized the Church since its inception. The central question of this study is how the sensus fidelium is expressed and received in...

Pedagogy: What's my purpose?

Kerry Mowett
The purpose of this study is to report the impact of the pedagogical processes and organisational changes made as a result of professional learning strategies that have been adopted and developed by the Wagga Wagga Catholic Schools Office (CSO) primary schools. Since 1994, more than 95% of primary school teachers of the twenty seven primary schools in the Wagga Wagga CSO system of schools have participated in a targeted and intensive professional learning program called...

Autophagy and protein turnover responses to exercise-nutrient interactions in human skeletal muscle

William Smiles
"Skeletal muscle is a dynamic tissue comprising the largest protein reservoir of the human body with a rate of turnover of ~1-2% per day. Protein turnover is regulated by the coordination of intracellular systems regulating protein synthesis and breakdown that converge in a spatiotemporal manner on lysosomal organelles responsible for integrating a variety of contractile and nutritional stimuli. One such system, autophagy, which literally means to ‘self-eat,’ involves capturing of cellular material for deliver to,...

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