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    Barnard, A.

    Sharing safeguarding messages so children spot signs of abuse

    2021

    "The assemblies use age-appropriate language to help primary school-age children recognise different types of abuse, and give them the confidence to speak out whenever they need to.

    In-text: (Barnard, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Barnard, A., 2021. Sharing safeguarding messages so children spot signs of abuse. [online] The Northern Echo. Available at: <https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/19613400.sharing-safeguarding-messages-children-spot-signs-abuse/> [Accessed 10 October 2021].

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    Batty, D.

    Timeline: a history of child protection

    2005

    1989 "children's charter" was passed. This enabled the state to intervene" 2003 "In September, a government green paper, Every Child Matters"

    In-text: (Batty, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Batty, D., 2005. Timeline: a history of child protection. [online] the Guardian. Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/society/2005/may/18/childrensservices2> [Accessed 9 October 2021].

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    Duffy, S. J.

    OUR HEARTS OF DARKNESS: ORIGINAL SIN REVISITED

    1988 - Theological Studies 49 (1988)

    “Evil is not older than creation, nor contemporary with the origin of things. Creation is good, not evil. Evil is the corruption that occurs within a creation that is already complete and good.”

    In-text: (Duffy, 1988)

    Your Bibliography: Duffy, S., 1988. OUR HEARTS OF DARKNESS: ORIGINAL SIN REVISITED. Theological Studies 49 (1988), p.598.

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    Duffy, S. J.

    OUR HEARTS OF DARKNESS: ORIGINAL SIN REVISITED

    1988 - Theological Studies 49 (1988)

    Augustine articulated "In articulating his own experience of sin, Augustine drew on this scriptural heritage. Human beings are created good and situated in a good creation. Restlessly desiring good, the human heart cannot be sated by any but the supreme good, God."

    In-text: (Duffy, 1988)

    Your Bibliography: Duffy, S., 1988. OUR HEARTS OF DARKNESS: ORIGINAL SIN REVISITED. Theological Studies 49 (1988),.

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    Duffy, S. J.

    Grace as divine self-communication

    2006 - Experience of grace

    “Only Grace, God’s Spirit, can free fallen humanity from the cruel necessity of sinning.” Augustine "Grace must be firmly believed to be omnipotent” “Joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Which inbounds by the spirit into one body of Jesus Christ.”

    In-text: (Duffy, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Duffy, S., 2006. Grace as divine self-communication. Experience of grace, p.44.

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    Glazier, M. G. and Hellwig, M. K.

    Original Sin

    2004 - THE MODERN CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA

    "Original sin is a mystery of faith, not simply because of the difficulty of understanding it in today's scientific and democratic culture, but because it belongs in the context of grace."

    In-text: (Glazier and Hellwig, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Glazier, M. and Hellwig, M., 2004. Original Sin. THE MODERN CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA, p.598.

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    Gundry-Volf, J.

    To Such As These Belongs the Reign of God – Judith Gundry-Volf

    2000

    "Children are the reign of God, he welcomes them all, do not stand in their way."

    In-text: (Gundry-Volf, 2000)

    Your Bibliography: Gundry-Volf, J., 2000. To Such As These Belongs the Reign of God – Judith Gundry-Volf. [online] studylib.net. Available at: <https://studylib.net/doc/8623494/to-such-as-these-belongs-the-reign-of-god-%E2%80%93-judith-gundry...> [Accessed 10 October 2021].

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    The Modern Catholic Encyclopedia, Revised and Expanded Edition, edited by Michael Glazier & Monika K. Hellwig

    2004 - Journal of Catholic Education

    “Only an incurable optimist could fail to recognize the seem­ingly inevitable mixture of good and evil in all human existence, both individual and social.”

    In-text: (The Modern Catholic Encyclopedia, Revised and Expanded Edition, edited by Michael Glazier & Monika K. Hellwig, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Journal of Catholic Education, 2004. The Modern Catholic Encyclopedia, Revised and Expanded Edition, edited by Michael Glazier & Monika K. Hellwig. 10(2), p.599.

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    Sachs, J. R.

    Basic Christian Anthropology. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical

    1991 - in The Christian Vision of Humanity

    “God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.”

    In-text: (Sachs, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Sachs, J., 1991. Basic Christian Anthropology. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical. in The Christian Vision of Humanity, pp.11-24.

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    Sachs, S.J., J. R.

    The Christian Vision of Humanity

    1991 - Basic Christian Anthropology

    Elizabeth Johnson "Observing that the human person is not created simply as an individual and we cannot exist humanly as isolated individuals. From the first moment of !if e we are social beings who can only be human in communion with others."

    In-text: (Sachs, S.J., 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Sachs, S.J., J., 1991. The Christian Vision of Humanity. Basic Christian Anthropology, p.16.

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    Thompson, J.

    “Times have changed” Safeguarding over the years | Ark

    2019

    Schools and their Safeguarding Leads today are more aware of, and more highly trained to identify risks to children. But there’s also been a corresponding rise in the number of ways that children can also be placed at risk.

    In-text: (Thompson, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Thompson, J., 2019. “Times have changed” Safeguarding over the years | Ark. [online] Arkonline.org. Available at: <https://arkonline.org/blog/times-have-changed-safeguarding-over-years> [Accessed 9 October 2021].

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