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Professor Charles Rice, Who ‘Epitomized All That Is Best’ at Notre Dame, Passes Away
Professor Charles Rice, Who ‘Epitomized All That Is Best’ at Notre Dame, Passes Away
2/26/2015 || Dr. Charles Rice, emeritus law professor at the University of Notre Dame, passed away on February 25, The Cardinal Newman Society learned in correspondence with law school faculty. Rice impacted many lives and contributed greatly to Notre Dame’s Catholic identity.

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

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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

Archbishop Defends Right to Hire for Mission at Catholic Schools, Responds to Lawmakers  2/23/2015

Religious Orders Flock to Christendom College for Annual Discernment Weekend  2/23/2015

Benedictine College to Feature Bishop, Abortion Survivor as Social Justice Week Speakers  2/23/2015

Notre Dame Scandals under Fr. Jenkins Are Rooted in Diminished Catholic Faculty, Alumni Say  2/20/2015

Jesuit Universities Should Fortify Catholic Identity, Not ‘Rebrand’  2/20/2015

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Christendom Career Talk: Church Needs Faithful Men and Women in Politics
 
Christendom Career Talk: Church Needs Faithful Men and Women in Politics
2/26/2015 || Dr. Manion explained the need for faithful Catholics involved in both national and local government. "We need good, honest people" to stand against political corruption and help in the New Evangelization, he reportedly said.

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.

Annual Service Event Builds Leaders of Faith at Univ. of St. Thomas in Houston
 
Annual Service Event Builds Leaders of Faith at Univ. of St. Thomas in Houston
2/26/2015 || Students, staff, faculty, and family members from the University of St. Thomas (UST) in Houston recently gathered for the 11th annual President's Day of Service, the University reported.

Archbishop Cordileone Expanding Teachers’ Handbook in Support of Catholic Mission
 
Archbishop Cordileone Expanding Teachers’ Handbook in Support of Catholic Mission
2/25/2015 || Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco has invited theology teachers from four Catholic high schools to help in supplementing the faculty handbook in support of the Catholic mission of archdiocesan schools, according to a letter released to Catholic San Francisco.

Wyoming Catholic College Abstains from Federal Aid, Cites Preservation of Catholic Mission
 
Wyoming Catholic College Abstains from Federal Aid, Cites Preservation of Catholic Mission
2/25/2015 || Wyoming Catholic College (WCC) in Lander, Wyo., announced today that it will not participate in federal student loan and grant programs. The decision was made following a unanimous vote by the College's board of directors.

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