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From Early Christian Art to Postmodern Visual Imaginary. New Approaches to Catholic Religious Education

  • Elżbieta OsewskaEmail author
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Abstract

Taking into consideration the rapid social, cultural, economic, political, ideological, religious, educational and social changes in Europe, Catholic religious education is searching to respond to the many real challenges.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State Higher Vocational SchoolTarnówPoland

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