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Archbishop Criticizes Xavier Univ. (La.) for Choice of Commencement Honorees
Archbishop Criticizes Xavier Univ. (La.) for Choice of Commencement Honorees
3/5/2015 || Archbishop Aymond of New Orleans recently expressed his disappointment in some of Xavier University of Louisiana’s honorary degree recipient selections for its 2015 commencement. Several of the University’s honoree choices support positions contrary to Catholic teaching.

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Thomas Aquinas College Hosts Order of Malta for Lenten Retreat
 
Thomas Aquinas College Hosts Order of Malta for Lenten Retreat
3/5/2015 || As part of the day's activities, the group joined TAC students to pray the Rosary and attend Mass together. According to the College, this is the third time that the Order has visited the College in the last three years.

High School Summer Program Combines Adventure and Study at Northeast Catholic College
 
High School Summer Program Combines Adventure and Study at Northeast Catholic College
3/5/2015 || The program, which will run from July 26 to August 8, will reportedly allow students the opportunity to study, pray, and participate in recreational activities to acquire a taste for the way of life at the Catholic college.

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.

San Francisco Catholic School Teachers Sign Petition against Morality Clauses
 
San Francisco Catholic School Teachers Sign Petition against Morality Clauses
3/4/2015 || San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone has been working to protect and promote the Catholic identity of schools in the archdiocese, but some Catholic high school teachers are stirring up controversy.

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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