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Faculty Formation, Hiring Are Critical in Strengthening Catholic Schools, Says Archbishop
Faculty Formation, Hiring Are Critical in Strengthening Catholic Schools, Says Archbishop
1/30/2015 || Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco recently emphasized the need for schools to focus on proper faculty formation and hiring in order to effectively hand on the Catholic faith to students, according to the National Catholic Register.

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Focus on Faith, Values a Draw for Non-Catholics to Excellent Catholic High Schools
 
Focus on Faith, Values a Draw for Non-Catholics to Excellent Catholic High Schools
1/30/2015 || Many parents of non-Catholic students are now looking to Catholic high schools not only for their academics but also their focus on spirituality and faith, according to a recent article in the Arlington Catholic Herald.

Business Students at CUA to Study Compatibility of Capitalism with Catholic Teaching
 
Business Students at CUA to Study Compatibility of Capitalism with Catholic Teaching
1/30/2015 || A new program at The Catholic University of America’s School of Business that seeks to integrate Catholic social doctrine and business practices will focus on exploring the “compatibility of capitalism and Catholicism,” Timothy Busch wrote in The Wall Street Journal.

Univ. of Mary Student Experiences Rare Encounter with Pope Francis
 
Univ. of Mary Student Experiences Rare Encounter with Pope Francis
1/30/2015 || During a papal audience in Rome, sophomore Andrew Meyer reportedly traded zucchettos with the Holy Father as he passed by, greeting crowds of students and visitors.

Five New Majors at Northeast Catholic College Set to ‘Attract Many Young Scholars’
 
Five New Majors at Northeast Catholic College Set to ‘Attract Many Young Scholars’
1/30/2015 || These majors will reportedly build on the foundation provided by the College's extensive core curriculum, which spans eight semesters and includes the humanities, Latin, music, art, and natural sciences, NCC reported.

Interview: Armstrong Amendment’s Author Says D.C. Will Lose Fight against Religious Educators
 
Interview: Armstrong Amendment’s Author Says D.C. Will Lose Fight against Religious Educators
1/29/2015 || Former U.S. Senator William Armstrong, who authored the 1989 “Armstrong Amendment”, told The Cardinal Newman Society that he expects D.C.’s repeal of the Amendment to be overturned by Congress or federal courts.

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