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Faithful Catholic Colleges Featured in Kiplinger ‘Best Value’ Rankings
12/18/2014
Several colleges and universities recommended in The Newman Guide were recently recognized as “Best Value Colleges” by Kiplinger, a business and personal finance publisher.


Thomas More College Brings Advent, Christmas Spirit to Local Community
12/18/2014
A group of students from The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in Merrimack, N.H., sang Advent and Christmas songs for community members at a local park this weekend, the College reported.


Catholic College Students Surprise Mall Shoppers with Christmas Flash Mob
12/17/2014
The performance is one of the many ways students from faithful Catholic colleges across the country are preparing for and celebrating the upcoming Christmas season.


Household System Brings ‘Amazing Growth’ to John Paul the Great Catholic University
12/17/2014
In the fall of 2013, John Paul the Great Catholic University formed the University’s first household. At present, according to a University news release, the program has expanded to include a total of seven households, which have led to unprecedented “growth” among the students.


Pro-Life Publication at Catholic U. Named a Best Journal
12/17/2014
A pro-life academic journal, published by students at The Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington, D.C., was recently recognized by an award from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and the Collegiate Network.


Faithful College Grads Mentor Catholic Teachers in ‘Living Authentically Catholic Life’
12/16/2014
Two alumni from the Gulf Region Academy for Catholic Educators program at the University of St. Thomas in Houston recently returned to the program to mentor current students and help them discover what it means to be a Catholic teacher.


Aquinas College Conference to Examine Family in Church and Society
12/16/2014
Aquinas College in Nashville, Tenn., will host the ninth annual St. Thomas Aquinas Forum on the “role of family in the Church, in society, and in God’s plan from the beginning,” the College recently announced. The Forum will take place from February 13 – 14, 2015.


Christendom to Host Apologetics and New Evangelization Conference
12/15/2014
“Encountering Christ: Apologetics and the New Evangelization” is the title of this year’s biennial summer conference held at Christendom College in Front Royal, Va., the College recently announced.


Esteemed Theologian Dr. William May Dies
12/15/2014
The Culture of Life Foundation recently announced the passing of theologian Dr. William May. May was in critical condition following complications arising from an infection, and died on the morning of Saturday, December 13.


Acclaimed Sacra Liturgia Conference Coming to New York City Next June
12/12/2014
Catholic educators will join Catholics from around the world next year as they converge on New York City to take part in a conference aimed at bringing about a renewal of the sacred liturgy in the life of the Church.


St. Gregory’s Univ. Holds Blessing of New Grotto, Statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe
12/12/2014
The statue was reportedly chosen for the University's "strong devotion to the Hispanic heritage" and commitment to the pro-life movement.


Interest in Traditional Liturgy Growing among Catholic Millennials
12/12/2014
Young Catholics are continuing to embrace the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, according to a recent article for Crisis Magazine.


Prayers Needed for Dr. William May, Who Is in Critical Condition
12/12/2014
Catholic theologian Dr. William May is in critical condition following complications arising from an infection, the Culture of Life Foundation has reported. Culture of Life described May, who is 87, as “very weak,” but assured that he was surrounded by his wife, Patricia, his family and friends.


New Book on ‘Renewal of Catholic History’ Set to Inspire Next Generation of Scholars
12/11/2014
Co-authors of the recently released book, The Past as Pilgrimage: Narrative, Tradition and the Renewal of Catholic History, shared their insights regarding the study of history and the tremendous need to educate and raise up a new generation of Catholic historians.


DeSales Student Meets Pope Francis Following Prestigious Vatican Internship
12/11/2014
Senior Alexandra Romanyshyn was granted the audience in recognition of her work as an intern with the Pontifical Council for Culture at the Vatican.


St. Gregory’s University to Welcome Travelling Illuminated Bible Exhibit
12/11/2014
With the assistance of St. Gregory's Abbey and the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, the bible will remain on display at the Museum from December 14, 2014, until January 25, 2015.


John Paul the Great Catholic Univ. Set to Host 2015 West Coast Biblical Conference
12/11/2014
Co-sponsored by the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, this year's conference is titled "The Mystery of Christ in the Church: A Study of Ephesians."


Students Joyfully Await Birth of Christ at Faithful Catholic Colleges
12/10/2014
Throughout the month of December, institutions recommended in The Newman Guide are offering students opportunities to celebrate Advent and prepare for Christmas before returning home at the end of the semester.


Center for Faith and Culture Is Making Strides at Univ. of St. Thomas in Houston
12/10/2014
In light of its 20th anniversary, Fr. Nesti, the Center’s founder and current director, spoke with the Society about the Center’s role at UST and how it has grown over the past two decades.


Mount St. Mary’s University Announces 25th President
12/9/2014
Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., announced the appointment of its 25th president, Simon Newman, the chief executive officer of Cornerstone Management Group. He will succeed current president Dr. Thomas Powell, who is stepping down after 11 years as president.


Franciscan Univ. Students on Lourdes Pilgrimage to Be Featured in PBS Documentary
12/9/2014
Fifteen Franciscan students, one faculty member, and a priest traveled with more than 40 wounded soldiers, veterans and their families, providing medical and other assistance to them throughout the pilgrimage.


Student Thanks Walsh Univ. for Formation Leading to Creation of Charity
12/9/2014
Daniel Widder, a recent graduate from Walsh University, founded a project dedicated to assisting orphan children in Ukraine. Widder recently spoke with The Cardinal Newman Society about “Change for Ukraine” and how his Walsh education prepared him for his charitable work.


Thomas Aquinas College a Great Foundation for Studying Architecture, Says Alumnus
12/5/2014
Anthony Grumbine, an alumnus and design associate at Harrison Design in Santa Barbara, Calif., spoke to students about the state of architectural studies and pursuing careers in the architecture field.


New Aquinas College Nursing Degree Unites Dominican Charism, New Evangelization
12/5/2014
Aquinas College in Nashville, Tenn., recently reached the next “milestone” in its strategic expansion plan as the Tennessee Board of Education approved the College’s new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.


Unique Walsh Program Produces ‘Graduates Highly Regarded in Education, Teaching’
12/4/2014
According to the University, the program "produce[s] exceptional teachers, who are making a difference in the lives of students every day."


Catholic Intellectual Tradition Is ‘Greatest Gift’ Catholic Colleges Can Give Students, Says CUA President
12/4/2014
What happens in the classroom concerning literature, art, music, and other subjects, in addition to ecclesiastical studies, must attend to the Catholic intellectual tradition, he remarked.


Catholic Intellectual Bozell’s Legacy Continues at Christendom College
12/4/2014
The influence of Catholic conservative L. Brent Bozell, Jr.—whose life was recently celebrated at Christendom College and is chronicled in the biography, “Living on Fire: The Life of L. Brent Bozell, Jr.”—helped spark today’s movement for renewal in Catholic culture and education.


Women at Catholic Colleges Joining ‘Wear the Veil’ Campaign on Dec. 8
12/3/2014
"Wearing the veil, in addition to being a beautiful tradition in the Church, provides women with the opportunity to show an example of true womanhood to the world," Taylor Flanagan, a senior at Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, N.C., told The Cardinal Newman Society.


Christendom, Augustine Institute Profs Team Up for Book on ‘Renewal of Catholic History’
12/3/2014
The Past as Pilgrimage: Narrative, Tradition and the Renewal of Catholic History, by Christendom’s Dr. Christopher Shannon and Dr. Christopher Blum of the Augustine Institute, addresses the secular bias found among many modern-day historians.


Students Show Growing Appreciation for Traditional Masses, Say College Chaplains
12/2/2014
Among Catholic colleges and dioceses across the country there has been an apparent rise in the celebration of the Mass ad orientem, where the priest and congregation face the same direction, traditionally to the east.


Professor Explains Economic Thought of Pope Benedict for Catholic Universities
12/2/2014
The final encyclical of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Caritas in Veritate, offers a unique principle for the application and study of economics and business, argues Belmont Abbey College’s Dr. Gary Scott in this year’s volume of the Catholic Social Science Review.


Mount St. Mary’s Outdoor Program Helping to Build ‘Leaders in the Church and the World’
12/2/2014
Celebrating its ten-year anniversary, the Outdoor Adventure program at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., is demonstrating how even extracurricular activities at a Catholic university can contribute significantly to students’ formation as Catholic leaders.


Students Explore Canada’s Deep Catholic Roots on Quebec Pilgrimage
12/2/2014
A recent pilgrimage to Quebec City with students from Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy in Barry’s Bay, Ontario, Canada, was “prayerful” and “enculturating,” writes Professor John Paul Meenan on the Academy’s website.


University of Mary Accounting Program Ranked Second in Nation
12/1/2014
The online accounting program at the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., was recently ranked as the second best accounting program in the country by Affordable Colleges Online (ACO), the University announced on its website.


Catholic Univ. to Hold Annual Christmas Concert to Support ‘Poorest of the Poor’ in Holy Land
12/1/2014
The Catholic University of America will hold its 25th annual Christmas Concert for Charity this weekend at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, the University announced. Proceeds will be collected for the Holy Family Hospital of Bethlehem Foundation.


‘Fight Not Done’ over HHS Mandate, Says Thomas Aquinas College President
11/28/2014
Dr. Michael McLean, president of Thomas Aquinas College (TAC) in Santa Paula, Calif., recently spoke with host Molly Smith on her show "From the Median" about TAC's courtroom battle against the HHS mandate.


Ave Maria Hits ‘Milestone’ in Creation of New Nursing Program
11/28/2014
The Florida Board of Nursing recently approved the new nursing program beginning at Ave Maria University. Classes will reportedly begin soon for those interested in the new major, with the first graduates slated for the 2016-17 academic year.


Students Give Thanks for Humanities at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts
11/26/2014
Marlene Schuler, a recent graduate of The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts (TMC) in Merrimack, N.H., interviewed several current students about the humanities curriculum ingrained in the College for a new article on the TMC website.


Mount St. Mary’s Gives Student-Athletes Opportunity for Spiritual Coaching
11/26/2014
Students at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., are taking advantage of the “spiritual coaching” provided by the University’s sports chaplaincy program. The program was recently highlighted in an article for the Frederick News-Post.


Scott Hahn Recommends Graduate Programs in Theology
11/25/2014
Dr. Scott Hahn recently spoke with The Cardinal Newman Society about his recommendations and advice for students considering an advanced degree in theology.


Thomas Aquinas College Alumni Brothers Create New Video on Miles Christi Order
11/25/2014
Miles Christi: Soldiers of Christ in America is a one hour documentary that features Miles Christi, an order of Argentinian priests dedicated to helping Catholic laity seek holiness in their daily lives.


University of Dallas Wins Beautification Award from City
11/25/2014
The University of Dallas in Iving, Tex., will be honored with an award from Irving’s Parks and Recreation Department for its “contributions to quality of life in Irving,” according to a recent University news release.


UST-Houston Faculty Collaborate to Write Book on JPII, Role of Women in the Church
11/24/2014
A new book written by faculty members at the University of St. Thomas (UST) in Houston gives insights and helps readers understand “the role of women in the Church and in the world,” according to a recent University news release.


Ave Maria Hosting Vatican Astronomer as Distinguished Visiting Scholar
11/24/2014
Ave Maria University will host a lecture by Vatican astronomer Brother Guy Consolmango, S.J. next month, the University announced on its website.


True Catholic Universities Called to ‘Fidelity to Truth,’ Says Duke Divinity Prof.
11/21/2014
For Catholic universities, "fidelity to the revealed truth does not contradict, but rather perfects authentic academic freedom," said Dr. Reinhard Hutter in a talk at the Symposium on Academic Freedom and Revealed Truth at Franciscan University of Steubenville.


Franciscan University Symposium: True Catholic Identity Requires ‘Commitment to Faith’
11/21/2014
Franciscan University of Steubenville hosted Fr. Ryan, a past Mount St. Mary’s University professor who currently leads the USCCB’s Secretariat of Doctrine and Canonical Affairs, as one of the four speakers at its “Freedom and Fidelity” symposium last weekend.


Wyoming Catholic College Reaches ‘Major Milestone’ in Accreditation Process
11/20/2014
"It's an understatement to say that this is an exciting day in the history of the College," WCC President Kevin Roberts said in the College news release. "This is yet another milestone for WCC, and confers an important stamp of legitimacy on any premier institution of higher learning."


Walsh President: Ex corde Inspired University to ‘Grow, Develop, and Fulfill Our Mission’
11/20/2014
“Catholic identity is not something to be given only token attention,” Richard Jusseaume, president of Walsh University, said in talk prepared for Franciscan University of Steubenville’s “Freedom and Fidelity” symposium in honor of the 25th anniversary of Ex corde Ecclesiae.


Thomas Aquinas College Graduates Lead Faithful Catholic Schools
11/19/2014
The Cardinal Newman Society recently spoke to four graduates of Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, Calif., about their experiences at the College and how an education in the liberal arts shaped them to be the educational leaders they are today.


Theologians Analyze Faulty Notions of Gender in Light of Catholic Teaching
11/19/2014
In light of recent developments at some Catholic universities concerning the ideas of "gender spectrums," The Cardinal Newman Society spoke to theologians from faithful Catholic universities to garner a theologically sound understanding of sexual identity.


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