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Astrophysicist: Students Must Be Encouraged to Intellectually Engage with Faith
Astrophysicist: Students Must Be Encouraged to Intellectually Engage with Faith
9/23/2014 || Adam Hincks, a Jesuit scholastic and astrophysicist, urged Catholic educators to “encourage students to keep engaging with faith intellectually, as well as on the affective and spiritual levels,” taking into account the Catholic faith’s venerable tradition of utilizing human reason.

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Catholic Universities Must Be Wholly Consecrated to Truth, Says Msgr. Swetland
 
Catholic Universities Must Be Wholly Consecrated to Truth, Says Msgr. Swetland
9/22/2014 || A university’s commitment to Catholic identity is dependent on its dedication to the truth, said Monsignor Stuart Swetland, the newly appointed president of Donnelly College in Kansas City, in a National Catholic Register interview.

State Senator Endorsed by Planned Parenthood Speaks at Boston College
 
State Senator Endorsed by Planned Parenthood Speaks at Boston College
9/19/2014 || Linda Dorcena Forry has voted as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives against defining marriage as between a man and a woman, according to OnTheIssues.org. She also voted against reaffirming 'one nation under God' in pledge of allegiance.

Catholic Schools Struggle to Appeal to Right Market, Argues Writer
 
Catholic Schools Struggle to Appeal to Right Market, Argues Writer
9/18/2014 || "Catholic schools are under tremendous financial pressure," wrote Jennifer Fitz, but trying to appeal to a more mainstream, wealthier market can have the undesirable side effect of diluting the faith taught in the school.

Christian Persecution Research Project Launched at Notre Dame, Georgetown
 
Christian Persecution Research Project Launched at Notre Dame, Georgetown
9/18/2014 || A team of scholars, led by centers at the University of Notre Dame and Georgetown University, was recently established to research, report on, and raise awareness about Christian persecution throughout the world.

Theologian Critiqued by U.S. Bishops Set to Give Fordham Lecture on Evolution and Creation
 
Theologian Critiqued by U.S. Bishops Set to Give Fordham Lecture on Evolution and Creation
9/18/2014 || Fordham University theologian Sister Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J., whose theological writing has been heavily criticized by the U.S. bishops, is set to deliver the John C. and Jeanette D. Walton Lecture in Science on the topic of evolution and creation.

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