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NLRB Rules against Seattle U., Claims Lack of Catholic Identity in Faculty Responsibilities
NLRB Rules against Seattle U., Claims Lack of Catholic Identity in Faculty Responsibilities
3/4/2015 || The Seattle office of the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that Seattle University cannot claim a religious exemption from the board’s oversight because no evidence was found that individual faculty members are responsible for furthering the University’s Catholic mission.

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Infamous Public Relations Guru Organizing Attacks on Archbishop, Writes Hendershott  3/2/2015

Christendom Offers Taste of Faithful Campus Life with High School Summer Program  3/2/2015

Thomas Aquinas College Receives Large Grant for Concert and Lecture Hall  3/2/2015

Fordham Students Announce ‘Sexual Health Network’ for Contraceptive Distribution  3/2/2015

Catholic Colleges Must Wake Up to the Dangers of Pornography, Says Counseling Expert  2/27/2015

Marquette’s Treatment of Banned Professor Shows ‘Hypocrisy of Academic Freedom’  2/27/2015

Eighth Annual Ave Maria ‘Ablaze’ Youth Conference Set to Be ‘Incredible Weekend of Faith’  2/27/2015

TV Host, Producer Encourages TAC Students to Develop Skills through Liberal Arts  2/27/2015

Almost Quarter of Students Smoke Pot, but Jesuit Univ. Fails to Address Catholic Teaching  2/26/2015

Professor Charles Rice, Who ‘Epitomized All That Is Best’ at Notre Dame, Passes Away  2/26/2015

Christendom Career Talk: Church Needs Faithful Men and Women in Politics  2/26/2015

Annual Service Event Builds Leaders of Faith at Univ. of St. Thomas in Houston  2/26/2015

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Ave Maria Renews President Towey’s Contract, Applauds Him as Catholic Identity Leader
 
Ave Maria Renews President Towey’s Contract, Applauds Him as Catholic Identity Leader
3/4/2015 || President Towey, who joined the Ave Maria community in 2011, will continue to serve in his position for an additional five years with his new contract lasting until June 30, 2020.

HHS Delaying Decision on Unconstitutional Abortion Mandate in California
 
HHS Delaying Decision on Unconstitutional Abortion Mandate in California
3/4/2015 || California’s coercive abortion mandate—which would force Catholic universities and other organizations to violate their beliefs and provide health coverage for elective abortions—is still under investigation, and some are criticizing the administration for taking too much time.

Univ. of Dallas a ‘Welcoming Place for Religious Vocations,’ Says Alumna
 
Univ. of Dallas a ‘Welcoming Place for Religious Vocations,’ Says Alumna
3/4/2015 || Rachel Daly, who graduated from the University of Dallas in 2014 and worked as a journalist for The Cardinal Newman Society over the summer, joined the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal (CFR) in New York City as a candidate last fall.

Fordham Students Encouraging Use of ‘Gender Fluid’ Language
 
Fordham Students Encouraging Use of ‘Gender Fluid’ Language
3/3/2015 || A group of students at Fordham University is requiring students to use “gender fluid” language and corrects those who fail to do so. The Jesuit university has continued to allow such groups to operate on campus despite views contrary to Church teaching on gender identity.

Cardinal Wuerl: Catholics Should Speak up for Faith amidst Religious Freedom Attacks
 
Cardinal Wuerl: Catholics Should Speak up for Faith amidst Religious Freedom Attacks
3/3/2015 || This Lent gives Catholics a perfect opportunity to defend the faith, argued Cardinal Donald Wuerl of the Archdiocese of Washington in a recent post critiquing the double standard presented by two Washington, D.C., laws attacking the religious freedom of Catholic schools.

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