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Catholic University of America Launches New ‘Honoring Mary’ Website
Catholic University of America Launches New ‘Honoring Mary’ Website
12/26/2014 || The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., has launched a new website titled "Honoring Mary" that supplies information on the many events being held to complement the University's "Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea" exhibit.

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Christendom Student Receives Honor from Bishop for Pro-Life Work
 
Christendom Student Receives Honor from Bishop for Pro-Life Work
12/26/2014 || Thomas Hepler, sophomore class president and president of the pro-life campus group Shield of Roses, was recognized along with 45 other individuals at the recent Youth and Campus Ministry Appreciation Dinner.

Thomas Aquinas College Students Perform Entire Handel’s Messiah
 
Thomas Aquinas College Students Perform Entire Handel’s Messiah
12/23/2014 || The December 5 presentation was a part of TAC's annual Advent Concert, one of the many events held at faithful Catholic colleges across the country to prepare for and celebrate the upcoming Christmas season.

New Discovery at Catholic College May Help Build Case for Shakespeare’s Catholicism
 
New Discovery at Catholic College May Help Build Case for Shakespeare’s Catholicism
12/23/2014 || A newly discovered copy of Shakespeare’s “First Folio” of works, originally belonging to a Catholic college, has been discovered in the small town library of Saint-Omer in France. The copy may shed new light on the possibility that Shakespeare was a Catholic.

Pope Francis Discusses Importance of Education with Italian Prime Minister
 
Pope Francis Discusses Importance of Education with Italian Prime Minister
12/23/2014 || The Holy Father recently met with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and discussed the role of education in helping the next generation of Europe, according to ZENIT. The discussion reportedly took place as part of an audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican on December 13.

Dr. William May Overcame Dissent to Become Leading Pro-Life Bioethicist
 
Dr. William May Overcame Dissent to Become Leading Pro-Life Bioethicist
12/23/2014 || The late theologian Dr. William May’s short-lived dissent led to his hiring in 1971 by The Catholic University of America where he went on to attain great influence as a leading pro-life bioethicist, according to a recent piece by Connie Marshner at Human Life Review.

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