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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
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
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.


Ave Maria Renews President Towey’s Contract, Applauds Him as Catholic Identity Leader
3/4/2015
President Towey, who joined the Ave Maria community in 2011, will continue to serve in his position for an additional five years with his new contract lasting until June 30, 2020.


HHS Delaying Decision on Unconstitutional Abortion Mandate in California
3/4/2015
California’s coercive abortion mandate—which would force Catholic universities and other organizations to violate their beliefs and provide health coverage for elective abortions—is still under investigation, and some are criticizing the administration for taking too much time.


St. Gregory’s Univ. Invites Former Catholic Charities President to Deliver Commencement
3/4/2015
Fr. Snyder's "extensive background in charitable work and leadership will serve as an inspiration to our graduates as they prepare to leave their own extraordinary marks throughout our community and the world," St. Gregory's President Dr. D. Gregory Main stated.


Fordham Students Encouraging Use of ‘Gender Fluid’ Language
3/3/2015
A group of students at Fordham University is requiring students to use “gender fluid” language and corrects those who fail to do so. The Jesuit university has continued to allow such groups to operate on campus despite views contrary to Church teaching on gender identity.


Cardinal Wuerl: Catholics Should Speak up for Faith amidst Religious Freedom Attacks
3/3/2015
This Lent gives Catholics a perfect opportunity to defend the faith, argued Cardinal Donald Wuerl of the Archdiocese of Washington in a recent post critiquing the double standard presented by two Washington, D.C., laws attacking the religious freedom of Catholic schools.


Benedictine College Offering Full Scholarships to All National Merit Finalists
3/3/2015
Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., recently announced that, as part of its Benedictine 2020 strategic plan, National Merit finalists will now receive full-tuition scholarships to attend the College.


Catholic School Won’t March in St. Patrick’s Parade, Cites Concerns with Homosexual Advocacy
3/3/2015
Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Still River, Mass., chose to opt out of Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade following an announcement that a homosexual activist group will be marching in the parade “while publicly identifying its homosexuality,” according to Life Site News.



Notre Dame Launches Online Theology Program for Hispanic Catholics
3/2/2015
Esther Terry, the program director for Camino, stated in the release that the program’s ultimate goal is to use technology and social communications "to walk with others and lead to an encounter in Christ."


Infamous Public Relations Guru Organizing Attacks on Archbishop, Writes Hendershott
3/2/2015
"Singer has launched a media blitz to defeat the archbishop's policy, claiming to have been hired by 'concerned parents'; who oppose the archbishop's instruction that teachers in the diocesan schools should teach in communion with the Church," wrote Hendershott.


Christendom Offers Taste of Faithful Campus Life with High School Summer Program
3/2/2015
By the end of the week-long experience, participants gain "a new appreciation for the liberal arts, Catholic culture, true friendship, and the beauty of God's creation evidenced in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia," the College stated on the event page.


Thomas Aquinas College Receives Large Grant for Concert and Lecture Hall
3/2/2015
Named after the fourth-century martyr and patron saint of music, St. Cecilia Hall will reportedly enhance the College's music programs which are a key aspect to its campus life.


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.


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’
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’
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
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
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.


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.


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.


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
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
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.


Catholic Elms College to Host Pro-Abortion Rights Congressman as Commencement Speaker
2/25/2015
The College of Our Lady of the Elms in Chicopee, Mass., is set to host Congressman John Lewis of Georgia as the College’s 2015 commencement speaker, according to a news release, despite his voting record consistently in favor of legal abortion.


Catholic Univ. Eagerly Awaiting Lecture from Alumnus Cardinal Tagle
2/25/2015
Cardinal Tagle will speak on the 50th anniversary of Gaudium et Spes, the Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, on March 2. The lecture is sponsored by the School of Theology and Religious Studies.


Catholic Schools Need Classical Education to Invigorate the Faithful, Writes Esolen
2/25/2015
Classical education is integral in properly educating the next generation and can cure the modern “utilitarian” approach to education, argued Anthony Esolen in his latest piece at Crisis Magazine.


Students at University of Mary Learn to Apply Cardinal Virtues to Leadership Skills
2/25/2015
Prudence, temperance, courage, and justice were the focus of a lecture on virtuous leadership recently delivered by Dr. Alexandre Havard. The attention to virtue and servant leadership during the lecture mirrored the core values of the University.


Marriage Benefits for Same-Sex Couples Morally Indefensible, Argue Notre Dame Faculty
2/24/2015
The recent expansion of employee marriage benefits to same-sex couples at the University of Notre Dame and other Catholic colleges is indefensible and severely compromises the responsibility to provide moral formation to students, argued three Notre Dame professors.


Planned Parenthood Charges ‘Cruel Indifference’ after Jesuit Univ. Scraps Abortion Coverage
2/24/2015
Planned Parenthood is attacking the University of Scranton following its announcement that—in line with the Jesuit university’s Catholic identity—faculty and staff health care would no longer include coverage for abortion in cases of rape, incest, and for the mother’s life.


Christendom Student Gives Five Tips for Homeschoolers Heading to College
2/24/2015
Be aware of deadlines, sophomore Athanasius Clark warned students in his article, "From Homeschool to College: 5 Tips for Success." College courses do not have the same flexibility with due dates and exam times that homeschooling often provides, he noted.


Ave Maria Helps Students Avoid Sophomore Slump with New Success Program
2/24/2015
Emphasis on the Catholic intellectual tradition and career preparedness are part of a new program at Ave Maria University called "Sophomore Success: Preparing Leaders for the Third Millennium."


Catholic Colleges Must Save Students from Pornography Epidemic, Says Counseling Expert
2/23/2015
Catholic colleges and universities owe it to their students to do everything within their power to help combat the destructive effects of pornography, argued Dr. Peter Kleponis in a recent interview with The Cardinal Newman Society.


Bishops Designate Teachers as 'Ministers' To Strengthen Catholic Identity
2/23/2015
Catholic teachers serve an integral role in the formation of students at Catholic schools and should rightly be held to the standard of ministers, argued Cardinal Newman Society President Patrick Reilly in a recent op-ed for the National Catholic Register.


Archbishop Defends Right to Hire for Mission at Catholic Schools, Responds to Lawmakers
2/23/2015
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco recently sent a letter in response to several California lawmakers, defending his right to make decisions about the employment of teachers based on the Catholic mission of schools in the archdiocese.


Religious Orders Flock to Christendom College for Annual Discernment Weekend
2/23/2015
Through presentations and breakout sessions, various representatives will share their experiences and help teach students about discerning one's vocation.


Benedictine College to Feature Bishop, Abortion Survivor as Social Justice Week Speakers
2/23/2015
The issues of poverty, human trafficking and the right to life will come into focus as Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., hosts its social justice week from March 16-19, according to the College announcement.


Notre Dame Scandals under Fr. Jenkins Are Rooted in Diminished Catholic Faculty, Alumni Say
2/20/2015
Notre Dame alumni spoke with The Cardinal Newman Society to share their reflections on how the University has damaged its Catholic identity and how it can pave a way forward by facilitating an increase in faithful Catholic faculty.


Jesuit Universities Should Fortify Catholic Identity, Not ‘Rebrand’
2/20/2015
The efforts of many Jesuit universities to “rebrand” and water down their Catholic values is resulting in a widespread issue of misleading unsuspecting parents and students, argued Jim Infantine, the president of the Gonzaga University alumni group 1887 Trust.


‘G.K. Chesterton’ Returns to Nashville with Visit to Aquinas College
2/20/2015
The event will feature the impersonation talents of Chuck Chalberg as the acclaimed Catholic author and apologist, G.K. Chesterton, who will reportedly present a lecture in defense of the faith.


Wyoming Catholic College Features Strong Academic Curriculum with New ‘Mini-Site’
2/20/2015
The new online section is designed to help WCC "better describe and share the academic environment found" at the College, according to its announcement.


Vatican Education Prefect: Church Needs Faithful Catholic Schools
2/19/2015
True and faithful Catholic education is necessary today given the crises of values and family life, explained Cardinal Zenon Grocholewski, prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, in a recent address in which he argued for the importance of authentic Catholic schools.


Chaplains Indispensable to Well Being of Faithful Catholic Colleges
2/19/2015
A recent edition of Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly highlighted the role of Catholic college chaplains and mentioned several from some of the faithful Catholic colleges recommended in The Newman Guide for their faithful Catholic identity.


Birthday Party for Patron Saint, Catholic Identity Celebration at Thomas More College of Lib. Arts
2/19/2015
During the dinner, Dr. William Fahey, the president of TMC, spoke to the undergraduates about the example that St. Thomas More can provide for them as both students and future leaders in the world.


Franciscan U. Summer Conference to Focus on Virgin Mary as Example of Christian Living
2/19/2015
"Pope Francis has called all Catholics to embrace the Holy Spirit in a new way and to let him nudge us out of our comfort zones," John Beaulieu, director of engagement and partnerships for Franciscan's Christian Outreach Office, said in the news release


Archbishop Cordileone Won’t Back Down on Efforts to Strengthen Catholic Schools
2/19/2015
Despite negative reactions, Archbishop Cordileone as a shepherd "knows the wolves and is not afraid to confront them," argued The Cardinal Newman Society's Gerri Downing Laird in a recent piece at Crisis Magazine.


New Marquette Provost Chaired Dept. Sponsoring V-Monologues at Notre Dame
2/18/2015
Dr. Daniel Myers has been named Marquette University’s next provost, according to a University announcement. However, while Myers worked at the University of Notre Dame, the department under his direction sponsored the lewd play The Vagina Monologues.


Citing Catholic Identity, Univ. of Scranton to Scrap Insurance Coverage for Abortion in All Cases
2/18/2015
The University of Scranton plans to no longer include coverage for abortion in cases of rape, incest, and for the mother’s life in the University’s faculty and staff health care plans, according to a recent presidential announcement.


Wayward Catholic Universities Pose Significant Threat to Church’s Survival
2/18/2015
The cultural shift in Catholic academia to secularism "prevents the development of a faithful Catholic 'elite,' which will go on to teach, research, write and advocate in the public square for the Church's vision of a just and moral society," warned Zmirak


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