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Church Says Education White Paper Lacks Spiritual Dimension

Ljubljana, 18 April - The government's White Paper on Education, which entered public debate end of March, leaves open the issue of religious, spiritual and ethical cultivation, Ljubljana Archbishop Anton Stres stressed at a press conference of the Slovenian Bishops' Conference on Monday. Stress feels this aspect is missing in Slovenian schools.

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The Slovenian Bishop's Conference presents its views on the government's draft White Paper on Education.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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Ljubljana Archbishop Anton Stres (left) and Ivan Stuhec, the head of the Education Commission of the Slovenian Bishop's Conference, present the views of the Slovenian Bishops' Conference on the government's draft White Paper on Education.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Ivan Stuhec, the head of the Education Commission of the Slovenian Bishop's Conference, presents the views of the Slovenian Bishops' Conference on the government's draft White Paper on Education.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Ljubljana Archbishop Anton Stres presents the views of the Slovenian Bishops' Conference on the government's draft White Paper on Education.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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