The Education of Catholic Girls eBook

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“Babylonian Captivity,” the. 165. 
Bacon, “Of Goodnesse,” 45. 
Balder, the story of, 170. 
Barbarism, selfishness and, 199. 
Basilicas, the Christian, 19-20. 
Basket-ball for girls, 110. 
Bassi, Laura, 222. 
Beale, Dorothea, cited, 94. 
Bedford College, 218. 
Benedictine monks, cited, 92-8. 
Boarding schools, 76; young children in, 78. 
Boniface VIII, 177. 
Books, attitude of child towards, 36; wealth of children’s literature in
  England, 144-5
  —­reaction against mere lessons from, 80, 119-20. 
  —­Sacred, jewels of prayer and devotion in, IS.
  —­to avoid, 148. 
Botany, 122-3. 
British oulturs, characteristics of, 139. 
Browning, E. B., cited, 216. 
  —­R., quoted, 76; “An incident of the French camp,” cited, 136.

Calvinism, 4, 26. 
Candour, charm of, in children, 130. 
Carlyle, cited, 153. 
Catch-words, abuse of, 133. 
Catherine, St., of Siena, 223. 
Catholic—­
  Art, 189, 197. 
  Atmosphere, effect on manners, 201. 
  Body, at play, 111; and religious education, 1. 
  Characteristics:  belong to graver side of human race, 112,
  Child, the, characteristics of, 29, 30; source of courage in, 9-10;
   in Protestant surroundings, 24; prerogative of, 9, 30. 
  Children, and relationship with Jeaus and His Mother, 8; and religion,
   16-18; under influence of Sacraments, 29. 
  Church, ideals for man and woman in, 118, 225. 
  Citizenship, 39. 
  Disabilities, Newman quoted, 112-3. 
  Education, 220, 225, 230; and character, 39; and history, 116. 
  Faith, gives particular orientation of mind, 232. 
  Family life, 89, 93. 
  Girls, and work for the Church, 89; and Church music, 193. 
  Historical hold on the past, 152. 
  Literature, 240. 
  Men of science, 116. 
  Mental life, 242. 
  Mind:  training of the, 197; and history, 165. 
  Patriotism, 39. 
  Peasantry, 211. 
  Philosophy, 60-76; value of, in education, 61. 
  Schools:  manners in, 201; sodalities in, 78. 
  Secrets of strength, 99. 
  Teachers, 100; and truth in history, 178. 
  Text-books, need of, 180. 
  Women, duty and privilege of, 112. 
Catholics and—­
  Equality of education, 118; higher education, 220; duty In ing, 240;
   historical teaching, 176; Latin, 163; taste in art, 194
  —­disabilities of, Newman quoted, 112-8. 
Celts of N. Europe, types of character among, 97. 
Certificates as aids to study, 1084. 
Character, 21-3; essentials of, 40-1; evolution of, 60,179-3; study of,
   22, 29, 34-9; training of, 22, 29-34, 38-42, 46, 49-51, 58, 148, 210,
   221, 225-6, 230; means of training 42-4; types of, 26-9, 37.
  —­influence of art on, 186.
  —­in the teacher, 38, 46-59.
  —­manners and, 209.
  —­religion and, 6-7, 29.
  —­the strength of great women, 228.
  —­value of, appreciated by children,

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