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SU RMRJ 2020: Religiosity and Spiritual Well-Being of Senior High School Students of a Catholic College in the Philippines

This study examined the religiosity and spiritual well-being of Catholic senior high school students of a rural Catholic school. Using the descriptive-comparative and correlational research design, data collection involved the survey questionnaires and hypotheses-testing used the Mann Whitney U test, Kruskal-Wallis, and Pearson r. In general, the students demonstrated a very high extent of religiosity, but they significantly differ when compared by grade level, church involvement, mass attendance, and Catholic identity. They had moderate spiritual well-being, but a significant difference was noted between males and females. Nevertheless, a significant relationship exists between religiosity and spiritual well-being, which suggests that the more the students observe Catholic teachings and practices, the more they mature in God's personal experience and achieve a sense of satisfaction and purpose in life. This study provides baseline data for developing the religious education curriculum and enhancing the campus ministry programs and activities of the said school.

Silliman University
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Madrigal, Dennis V: Oracion, Enrique G. ; religiosity; Philippines; SHS; spiritual well being; religious well being; existential well being; senior and high school students; descriptive-correlational; catholic schools;
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