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Fordham Students Announce ‘Sexual Health Network’ for Contraceptive Distribution
Fordham Students Announce ‘Sexual Health Network’ for Contraceptive Distribution
3/2/2015 || An unofficial student organization at Fordham University, which has been petitioning the administration to forfeit its Catholic identity by allowing student access to contraceptives on campus, among other demands, has plans to launch a “sexual health network” for students.

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Archbishop Cordileone Expanding Teachers’ Handbook in Support of Catholic Mission  2/25/2015

Wyoming Catholic College Abstains from Federal Aid, Cites Preservation of Catholic Mission  2/25/2015

Catholic Elms College to Host Pro-Abortion Rights Congressman as Commencement Speaker  2/25/2015

Catholic Univ. Eagerly Awaiting Lecture from Alumnus Cardinal Tagle  2/25/2015

Catholic Schools Need Classical Education to Invigorate the Faithful, Writes Esolen  2/25/2015

Students at University of Mary Learn to Apply Cardinal Virtues to Leadership Skills  2/25/2015

Marriage Benefits for Same-Sex Couples Morally Indefensible, Argue Notre Dame Faculty  2/24/2015

Planned Parenthood Charges ‘Cruel Indifference’ after Jesuit Univ. Scraps Abortion Coverage  2/24/2015

Christendom Student Gives Five Tips for Homeschoolers Heading to College  2/24/2015

Ave Maria Helps Students Avoid Sophomore Slump with New Success Program  2/24/2015

Catholic Colleges Must Save Students from Pornography Epidemic, Says Counseling Expert  2/23/2015

Bishops Designate Teachers as 'Ministers' To Strengthen Catholic Identity  2/23/2015

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Catholic Colleges Must Wake Up to the Dangers of Pornography, Says Counseling Expert
 
Catholic Colleges Must Wake Up to the Dangers of Pornography, Says Counseling Expert
2/27/2015 || Catholic colleges and universities must learn to see pornography for the epidemic problem that it is and begin offering the necessary resources to help students escape the addictive and destructive habit, argued clinical therapist Dr. Peter Kleponis.

Marquette’s Treatment of Banned Professor Shows ‘Hypocrisy of Academic Freedom’
 
Marquette’s Treatment of Banned Professor Shows ‘Hypocrisy of Academic Freedom’
2/27/2015 || Marquette University’s action banning professor John McAdams, even though a radically dissident professor has thrived at the Jesuit university for years, is indicative of the “hypocrisy of academic freedom today,” Cardinal Newman Society President Patrick Reilly said.

Eighth Annual Ave Maria ‘Ablaze’ Youth Conference Set to Be ‘Incredible Weekend of Faith’
 
Eighth Annual Ave Maria ‘Ablaze’ Youth Conference Set to Be ‘Incredible Weekend of Faith’
2/27/2015 || This year's conference will be held July 10-12 on the campus of Ave Maria and will also include opportunities for Adoration and Mass, the conference advertisement noted.

TV Host, Producer Encourages TAC Students to Develop Skills through Liberal Arts
 
TV Host, Producer Encourages TAC Students to Develop Skills through Liberal Arts
2/27/2015 || Catholic television host and producer Daniel Rabourdin recently spoke at Thomas Aquinas College as part of a series of career presentations to help students see the value of their Catholic, liberal arts education and how it can prepare them for any field.

Almost Quarter of Students Smoke Pot, but Jesuit Univ. Fails to Address Catholic Teaching
 
Almost Quarter of Students Smoke Pot, but Jesuit Univ. Fails to Address Catholic Teaching
2/26/2015 || Campus policies prohibiting marijuana were recently addressed at Seattle University, where nearly a quarter of students reportedly use the drug. However, Catholic teaching on the immorality of drug use was apparently absent from the discussion.

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