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Prominent CEO Carolyn Woo Speaks Out for Faithful Catholic Education
Prominent CEO Carolyn Woo Speaks Out for Faithful Catholic Education
4/1/2015 || The former dean of the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame recently gave an exclusive interview to The Cardinal Newman Society. She spoke with candor and shared definite ideas regarding what a Catholic college should be—and what it shouldn’t be.

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Catholic Schools Must Place Learning in Light of Christ, Says President of Austrian Catholic College  3/18/2015

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University of St. Thomas in Houston Offers Sports and Music Camps This Summer  3/18/2015

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Chicago Student Leader Urges Fellow Students to Help Reform Wayward Catholic Colleges
 
Chicago Student Leader Urges Fellow Students to Help Reform Wayward Catholic Colleges
4/1/2015 || The Cardinal Newman Society spoke to a faithful student leader at Loyola University Chicago, who shared his conviction that reforming a college’s diminished Catholic identity can be initiated first and foremost by students.

News Roundup: Mandatum Yanked from Dissenting Theologian, LGBT Retreats at Notre Dame, and More
 
News Roundup: Mandatum Yanked from Dissenting Theologian, LGBT Retreats at Notre Dame, and More
4/1/2015 || Our daily roundup of the latest news on Catholic education from around the web.

Small Number of Strong Catholic Colleges ‘Heartbreaking,’ Says Conservative Leader
 
Small Number of Strong Catholic Colleges ‘Heartbreaking,’ Says Conservative Leader
3/31/2015 || The fact that most Catholic colleges today still do not fully embrace their Catholic identity is “heartbreaking,” conservative leader L. Brent Bozell III observed in a recent interview with The Cardinal Newman Society.

News Roundup: Teachers Protest Abp. Cordileone, Pro-ISIS Club Assisted by Barry U. Officials, and More
 
News Roundup: Teachers Protest Abp. Cordileone, Pro-ISIS Club Assisted by Barry U. Officials, and More
3/31/2015 || Our daily roundup of the latest news on Catholic education from around the web.

Indiana Protects Religious Freedom, but Does Notre Dame Want the Protection?
 
Indiana Protects Religious Freedom, but Does Notre Dame Want the Protection?
3/30/2015 || A new law recently passed in Indiana could serve as legal protection for the University of Notre Dame if it chooses to reverse its policy of providing employee benefits to same-sex spouses, but it remains unclear whether such a reversal will occur.

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