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Catholic Identity, Professionalism at Heart of Franciscan’s Newly Accredited Program
9/2/2014
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s degree program at Franciscan University of Steubenville received accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) this summer.


University of Dallas Receives Top National Ranking for Mathematics Grads
9/2/2014
The University of Dallas (UD) in Irving, Tex., recently announced that its mathematics department received the top ranking in a new national study.


Washington Monthly Features Colleges Recommended in Newman Guide
8/29/2014
Washington Monthly recently released its rankings of four-year colleges and universities across the nation. This year’s 2014 college guide included many colleges and universities recommend in The Newman Guide.


Newman Society Releases Statement on New HHS Mandate Accommodation
8/28/2014
The following official statement was released this week by The Cardinal Newman Society in response to the changes to the HHS mandate accommodation announced on Friday, August 22.


Former Polish PM to Speak on Legacy of JPII at Franciscan’s Austria Campus
8/28/2014
Franciscan University of Steubenville issued a news release on Aug. 25 stating that former Polish Prime Minister Hanna Suchocka will speak at an Austrian symposium, held at Franciscan’s study abroad site, on the legacy and contributions of Pope Saint John Paul II.


Napa Earthquake Leaves Two Catholic Schools Damaged
8/27/2014
Kolbe Academy/Trinity Prep School and Kolbe Home School and Online Academy have sustained significant damage in the earthquake that struck just outside of Napa, Calif., early Sunday morning. The two institutions remain closed while cleanup efforts proceed.


Bishops Plan Renewed Working Group on Ex corde Ecclesiae
8/26/2014
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Catholic Education is in the process of identifying and inviting Catholic college presidents and bishops to discuss topics of Catholic education in America in a new working group.


Univ. St. Thomas in Houston Helps Fund Local Catholic Education
8/26/2014
A new program is underway at the University of St. Thomas (UST) in Houston to offer the dependents of full-time University employees reduced tuition at Catholic schools within the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, the University reported.


New Principal: Catholic Education is Mission of Church
8/25/2014
Central Catholic High School in Bloomington, Ill., which received special recognition for “Excellence in Catholic Identity” in the 2012 Catholic High School Honor Roll, is welcoming a new principal for the 2014-15 school year.


Five Books for Defending the Faith in College
8/25/2014
In a blog post entitled “5 Books Catholic Students in College Need to Possess,” Tom Perna shares five titles which he believes are essential to knowing your faith in college.


New Catholic Charities Senior VP Explains How CUA Prepared Him for Job
8/25/2014
In his new position, Corbin said he sees how all his studies and experiences are coming together as a culmination of years of preparation.“ This is incredible,” he said, “this is what I’ve been training for or hoping to do and I’m thrilled to be part of it.”


Bishop Rhoades Praises Commitment to Catholic Education at Local School
8/22/2014
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish of Fort Wayne, Ind., recently completed construction on a new educational wing for the opening of the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School.


Christendom President Reconfirmed as Pontifical Consultor by Pope Francis
8/21/2014
Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, president of Christendom College in Front Royal, Va., will continue his work as a pontifical consultor, the College reported. Pope Francis reconfirmed Dr. O’Donnell’s appointment as consultor to the Pontifical Council for the Family. 


Walsh University Forms School of Arts and Sciences
8/20/2014
Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio, recently formed a new School of Arts and Sciences, the University reported. It is one of three comprehensive schools now found at Walsh.


Online Catholic Study Program Provides 'Backbone of a Liberal Education'
8/20/2014
The Ignatius-Angelicum Liberal Studies Program (LSP), a Newman Guide recommended institution, has been providing sound Catholic online higher education since its establishment in 2010. 


Grads in Science, Tech, Math to ‘Lead Ethically’, Says President of UST in Houston
8/20/2014
The University of St. Thomas (UST) in Houston has been rapidly expanding its science, technology, engineering and math programs (STEM), reported the Houston Chronicle last week. The expansion is reportedly a result of both societal need and student demand.


DeSales University Launches New Doctorate in Physical Therapy
8/20/2014
DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa., recently announced that it will begin enrolling students in its new Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program this fall. The University is now a candidate for accreditation with the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy in Education.


Pro-Life Culture at Christendom Bears Fruit at Pregnancy Center
8/19/2014
“Where the rubber hits the road.” These are the words used by Christendom College alumna Mary Brand (’98) to describe her local crisis pregnancy center, and others like it.


New Head Chaplain at TAC: Chaplains Help Students Thrive Humanly and Spiritually
8/18/2014
This fall, students at Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, Calif., will arrive to find a new head chaplain and a returning member of the chaplaincy on campus, reports the College.


Trend of College Grads Dropping Religion May Be Reversing, Study Suggests
8/18/2014
A new study by Dr. Philip Schwadel at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln suggests that a shift in the relationship between college education and religious disaffiliation may be occurring.


St. Gregory’s U. Features Student Involvement in Pro-Life Walk Crossroads
8/18/2014
A junior at St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Okla., united with other college students this summer for the twentieth Annual Crossroads Pro-life Walk, the University recently reported on its website.


Catholic Studies Program Founder at UST in Minnesota Retires after 21 Years at Helm
8/14/2014
Don Briel, founder of the Catholic Studies department at the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, Minn., is retiring after 21 years in charge of the groundbreaking program.


Benedictine College to Display Historic Church Documents
8/13/2014
This fall, Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., will display “some of the most historic documents in the world” including several with great import for Catholic history, the College recently reported.


Benedictine College Prof: Catholic Colleges Need Both Academics and Ministry
8/13/2014
Benedictine College professor, Dr. Edward Mulholland, writes that the mission of a Catholic college should address both academics and ministry. “Any educational philosophy that does not address both fails fully to embody the Catholic vision.”


California Could Force Abortion Coverage at Catholic Universities, Violating Federal Law
8/12/2014
California’s health care agency is conducting “an in-depth analysis of the issues surrounding coverage for abortion services,” in reaction to last year’s decisions by two Catholic universities to end payments for employee health insurance coverage of elective abortion.


Alumna Brings Christendom Grad School Education to Bear in Evangelization, Teaching
8/11/2014
Simone Rizkallah, an alumna of Christendom College’s graduate school, recently shared in an interview on the College's website how her Catholic education has impacted her work as a teacher and evangelizer.


College of St. Mary Magdalen Inculcates Morality and Thoughtfulness, Says Student
8/11/2014
A student at The College of Saint Mary Magdalen recently shared experiences from her freshman year noting Magdalen’s Catholic identity, small community, and the value of a liberal arts education.


Franciscan U. Professor Set to Teach in Ukraine on Fulbright Fellowship
8/8/2014
Dr. Alexander Sich, a physics and pre-engineering professor at Franciscan, discussed his upcoming trip and noted the significance of teaching at a faithful Catholic college.


New VP Excited About Values and Benedictine Tradition at University of Mary
8/7/2014
The University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., recently hired Patrick O'Meara as its Vice President for Mission Advancement and Chief Investment Officer, announced the University.


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.


Catholic Identity Central to Several Benedictine College Campus Improvements
8/5/2014
Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., recently announced the completion of many campus improvements, including several that speak to the College's Catholic identity. Students will return this fall to "find their campus transformed," according to the College.


New Bioethics Degree Enhances Catholic Identity at University of Mary, Says President
8/4/2014
Monsignor James Shea, president of the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., told The Cardinal Newman Society about the great impact the University's newly announced Master of Science in Bioethics degree will have on the institution and its Catholic identity.


Departing Chaplain: Thomas Aquinas College Gives ‘a Balance between Heaven and Earth’
7/30/2014
Father Joseph Illo, a departing chaplain at Thomas Aquinas College (TAC) in Santa Paula, Calif., recently said farewell to the College and wrote a brief reflection praising the institution.


Youth and Religious Educators Encounter God at Franciscan Univ. Conferences
7/29/2014
The summer conferences of Franciscan University of Steubenville continued this summer with two events held recently – one for teens and one for religious educators, the University reports.


Christendom Summer Program for High Schoolers a Success, Says College
7/28/2014
Tom McFadden, who runs ECSP and serves as vice president of enrollment for Christendom, described the program as a success and said that students "are blown away by the depth of knowledge that our professors have," according to the College


St. Gregory’s President: New Counseling Program ‘Perfectly Suited to Our Mission’
7/23/2014
St. Gregory's University in Shawnee, Okla., announced this week that the Higher Learning Commission approved its newest graduate degree, a Masters in Professional Counseling.


Thomas Aquinas College Faculty Deepens Knowledge of Mission over Summer Break
7/18/2014
The faculty of Thomas Aquinas College recently participated in seminars focusing on the mission of the College and studying "texts that deepen members' understanding of and commitment to the College's mission and its unique program of Catholic liberal education."


Book by Mount St. Mary’s Professors Wins Awards from Catholic Publishing Associations
7/18/2014
Where Justice and Mercy Meet was written and edited by Dr. Trudy Conway, professor of philosophy, and Dr. David McCarthy, professor of theology, in collaboration with Catholic Mobilizing Network’s Vicki Schieber.


Univ. of Dallas President: Ministry Conference a Chance for Catholics to Grow in Faith
7/18/2014
The eighth annual University of Dallas Ministry Conference (UDMC) is scheduled later this year from October 23 - 25, announced the University on its website.


Catholic University Affirms Policy Respecting Catholic Sexual Teaching
7/17/2014
"Our teaching, of course, is that that relationship [should] be a product of exclusive love between two married people," said Lawrence J. Morris, the university's general counsel and a retired Army colonel.


Thomas More College Student Learns Important Lessons While Studying Abroad
7/17/2014
Earlier this week, Thomas More College of Liberal Arts student Stephen Lajoie shared reflections on the College website about his experiences traveling abroad in both Italy and Spain.


Catholic Nursing Program at St. Gregory’s U. Approved by Higher Learning Commission
7/15/2014
The University has announced that the Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) bridge program has been approved by the Higher Learning Commission.


Thomas Aquinas College Student Bears Witness to Culture of Life
7/15/2014
Thomas Aquinas College student Heather Waldorf is currently participating in a twelve week cross-country walk to "promote the pro-life cause" and "bear witness to the culture of life," according to the College.


Christendom Prof. Makes Archaeological Discovery, Presents at Prestigious Conference
7/11/2014
Dr. Brendan McGuire "solved an age-old archeological problem" and revealed important information about an ancient Christian church at a prestigious symposium earlier this year, reports the College.


Franciscan U. Opens Adult Faith Conference Sessions to Public for Free
7/10/2014
The final two conferences will be held at the end of July, reports the University on its website, and no registration is required to attend evening sessions for free.


Faithful Catholic Colleges Honored as ‘Colleges of Distinction’
7/10/2014
The recognized colleges have four areas of distinction: "engaged students," "great teaching," "a vibrant campus community," and "successful outcomes."


Christendom Summer Program Is Getting Rave Reviews from Students
7/8/2014
"Incredible," "awesome," "eternal," "life-changing," and "adventurous" are some of the words high school students use to describe the Experience Christendom Summer Program at Christendom College.


Adoration Chapel a First Step in Growth Plan at Aquinas College (Tenn.)
7/7/2014
The plan includes campus expansion, academic program reviews, and enhancement of student and spiritual life in order to "meet the needs of [Aquinas's] changing student population," reports the College on its website.


Belmont Abbey College: Supreme Court Ruling on HHS Mandate a ‘Meaningful Victory’
7/1/2014
President Thierfelder said, “With the continuing help of the Becket Fund, we are inspired to fight on and we are confident that the resolution of our case will further help to ensure religious freedom for all.”


Walsh Marks Launch of Society Reinforcing Catholic Identity at Univ. with Adoration
6/27/2014
Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio, will host all-night Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament starting June 27 to mark the creation of the new Our Lady of Perpetual Help Society on campus.


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