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Wyoming Catholic College Will Be on EWTN’s ‘Life on the Rock’
8/6/2014
Dr. Kevin Roberts, president of Wyoming Catholic College (WCC) in Lander, Wyo., and assistant professor of leadership and outdoor education Dr. Tom Zimmerman will appear on EWTN's Life on the Rock this Friday.


Wyoming Catholic College, Cheyenne Diocese Win Relief from HHS Mandate
7/2/2014
Now, reports the Becket Fund, the plaintiffs "join the 80%+of HHS legal challenges that have resulted in favorable rulings supporting religious freedom."


U.S. Bishops Call for Prayer, Education, Action in Fortnight for Freedom
6/17/2014
The Fortnight takes place during a time, the bishops note, “when our liturgical calendar celebrates a series of great martyrs who remained faithful in the face of persecution by political power...”


Wyoming Catholic College Announces ‘Liberty Lecture Series’ throughout State
6/4/2014
The series, which is free and open to the public, “will focus on fundamental principles of our American Government and current trends in political thought.” 


Wyoming Catholic College President: Liberal Arts Teaches Students to Be Free
5/15/2014
Dr. Kevin Roberts writes that WCC’s liberal arts curriculum combined with its outdoor leadership program prepares students “to promote the values of Wyoming—hard work, neighborliness, and a joyful spirit.”


Cheyenne Diocese, Wyoming Catholic College Denied Injunctive Relief from HHS Mandate
5/14/2014
Judge Scott Skavdahl, a President Barack Obama appointee, denied the request to grant temporary relief to the organizations while the lawsuit challenging the mandate is running its course.


ACLU Supports HHS Mandate against Wyoming Catholic Groups
4/16/2014
The American Civil Liberties Union is seeking to insert itself on the side of the government and against the Catholic organizations in Wyoming, including Wyoming Catholic College, that are resisting the HHS mandate.


New Program Aims to Help Wyoming Catholic College Students in Future Careers
4/9/2014
“Wyoming Catholic College provides young adults with a truly extraordinary experience... As a result, a WCC graduate has something uncommon and highly sought after to offer employers.”


Wyoming Catholic College to Host Bishops Conley, Etienne at Commencement
4/7/2014
The College’s Baccalaureate Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Paul Etienne of the Diocese of Cheyenne, with Bishop James Conley of the Diocese of Lincoln con-celebrating and serving as homilist.


Wyoming Catholic College Gets Temporary Stay after Complaint against HHS Mandate
4/2/2014
WCC President Kevin Roberts stated, “this College will not and cannot accept an unjust law that violates our first freedom, for practicing that freedom is the very reason that Wyoming Catholic College exists.”


‘Embrace the Mission’: Bishop Ricken Seeks Authenticity in Catholic Education
4/2/2014
“Catholic colleges make the greatest contributions to other colleges and universities and to society when they are thoroughly Catholic,” Bishop Ricken said.


Diocese of Cheyenne, Wyoming Catholic College Request Injunction from HHS Mandate
3/31/2014
This motion is in addition to the lawsuit filed by the institutions earlier this year.


Newman Society, Catholic Colleges Challenge Federal Labor Board in Possible Landmark Case
3/28/2014
The Cardinal Newman Society, joined by several faithful Catholic colleges, today made a strong plea to the National Labor Relations Board, urging it to abide by the U.S. Constitution and stop interfering with religious education.


Eucharistic Miracles Exhibit Continuing Tour of Catholic Colleges, High Schools
3/26/2014
This semester, the Vatican International “Eucharistic Miracles of the World” exhibit will make a circuit around the continental United States, courtesy of The Cardinal Newman Society.


Tragic Car Accident Takes Lives of Wyoming Catholic College Professor’s Two Daughters
3/20/2014
“We are deeply, deeply saddened by this tragedy,” said Dr. Kevin Roberts, president of Wyoming Catholic College.


Liberal Arts, Great Outdoors Await High School Students at Wyoming Catholic this Summer
3/12/2014
Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, Wyo., is offering two summer programs for rising high school juniors and seniors.


Wyoming Catholic College Releases New Video: ‘Everything in Excellence’
2/24/2014
“Since December, 2011, we've graduated two more classes of students, refined our rigorous Liberal-Arts curriculum, continued to develop our distinctive Outdoor Leadership Program...”


Catholic School in Colorado Joins Classical Education Trend
2/6/2014
St. Anthony Catholic School in Sterling, Colo., nearly had to close at the beginning of this academic year after 95 years of existence, but it was saved through the generosity of benefactors.


Wyoming Catholic College, Cheyenne Diocese Seeking Relief from HHS Mandate
1/31/2014
WCC President: "The history of both the Church and the Republic is filled with people who stood in the face of injustice, laboring humbly but diligently toward its end. And so shall we..."


Walk for Life on West Coast ‘No Picnic’ for Catholic College Students
1/27/2014
Just three days after the March for Life in Washington, D.C., Catholic college students joined tens of thousands to walk for an end to abortion in San Francisco, California, led by students from Thomas Aquinas College.


Wyoming Catholic College Achieves Development Milestone
1/9/2014
Wyoming Catholic College announced that a recent development campaign exceeded its fundraising goal, placing the College in a strong position at the beginning of the new year.


Wyoming Catholic College Chaplains Share Experiences in Interview
1/6/2014
The latest issue of Wyoming Catholic College's newsletter Integritas features an interview with the College's chaplains Monsignor Daniel Seiker and Fr. Bob Frederick.


Wyoming Catholic College President Embraces Mission of New Evangelization
9/19/2013
Dr. Kevin Roberts, the new president of Wyoming Catholic College, describes the College as “one of a kind.” 


Wyoming Catholic’s Ban on Cell Phones Gets National Publicity
9/6/2013
“…Here at WCC, we’re all about connecting. But our students are connecting with the greatest ideas and  thinkers the world has ever known."


‘Follow the Right Trail,’ Says New Wyoming Catholic College President
8/30/2013
Dr. Kevin Roberts encouraged students to be active Christians at his inauguration as the second president of Wyoming Catholic College.


Bishop Ricken Blesses Future Home on the Range for Wyoming Catholic College
8/27/2013
Bishop Ricken rode a horse-drawn wagon to bless the 600 acres of empty prairie with holy water, according to County 10 News.


Second President of Wyoming Catholic to Be Inaugurated
8/21/2013
“I believe that Wyoming Catholic College can help alter the course of education in this country through its commitment to fusing faith and reason," said Dr. Kevin Roberts, second president of WCC.


The Mass Is Source and Summit of a Catholic Campus, By Dr. Peter Kwasniewski
6/27/2013
"A college community aspiring to be authentically Catholic must nourish and form its students by the Eucharist celebrated in the most worthy manner, according to the best of our heritage."


Wyoming Catholic College Freshman Dies in Hiking Accident with Family
5/8/2013
Wyoming Catholic College mourns the death of freshman student Christine Allen. Allen fell to her death during an evening hike with her family on May 7.


Catholic Colleges Tell Obama Administration: HHS Mandate Continues to Violate Religious Freedom
4/5/2013
"Despite assurances from the Administration to the contrary, this mandate would still insist that every employee at Catholic universities and colleges be enrolled in an insurance regiment that includes abortion causing drugs," said Monsignor Stuart Swetland.


Jesuit Bioethicist to Speak at Wyoming Catholic College
1/23/2013
Bioethicist Fr. Kevin FitzGerald, SJ, will visit Wyoming Catholic College to speak on “Bioethics in 21st-Century Genomic Medicine: The Catholic Contribution.”


Wyoming Catholic College’s Freshman Expedition in the Mountains
1/18/2013
Freshmen, a number of faculty, and administrators at Wyoming Catholic College spent last week in the Teton mountain range.


Wyoming Catholic College Dismisses Chaplain
12/6/2012
Wyoming Catholic College has dismissed its new chaplain after only a few weeks following the discovery of an alleged “pattern of misbehavior” around students including excess drinking and bad language, according to The Catholic News Agency.


Wyoming Catholic College Students Begin Election Vigil
11/5/2012
This came to our attention in the form of a press release: "Tonight, immediately following the evening Mass, the students of Wyoming Catholic College will begin — at their request — an All-Night Vigil of Eucharistic Adoration for our nation and for tomorrow’s election."


‘Year of Faith’ Celebrated at Faithful Catholic Colleges
11/1/2012
Many Catholic colleges and universities are taking part in the “Year of Faith” proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVI, with spiritual and academic activities aimed at strengthening faith on campus, according to a new report published by The Cardinal Newman Society (CNS).


Catholic Families Get Help with Exciting New Edition of The Newman Guide
10/23/2012
The Cardinal Newman Society today released the 2012-2013 edition of The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College with significant new features, as well as a new companion magazine for Catholic high school students and their parents titled My Future, My Faith.


Colleges Rally Around Lawsuit Challenging Obamacare Mandate
10/15/2012
The Cardinal Newman Society has signed and helped organize Catholic college signers for a court brief in support of lawsuits filed against the Obama administration by Belmont Abbey College and Wheaton College.


Wyoming Catholic College Seeks a New President
6/28/2012
The Board of Directors of Wyoming Catholic College is announcing a national search for the next president of the small, outdoorsy college known for its classical curriculum and campus life steeped in orthodox Catholicism.


Wyoming Catholic College Won’t Sue Over the HHS Mandate–Not Because They Don’t Want To
6/7/2012
The President of Wyoming Catholic College announced that they will not be suing the Obama administration over the HHS contraception mandate–but it’s not because they don’t want to.


Center Fellow Publishes New Book on Thomas Aquinas
7/14/2008
A new translation of a Thomas Aquinas classic work by Dr. Peter A. Kwasniewski, a Newman Fellow of The Center for the Study of Catholic Higher Education, will be published later this month.


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