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Big Boost for Catholic Univ. Business School Dedicated to Integrating Catholic Teaching
1/23/2015
"This new $3 million grant puts our school far along the path of creating a cadre of faculty dedicated to research exploring how we can make business and economics more humane," Andrew Abela, dean of the School of Business and Economics, said.


Thomas More College of Lib. Arts Announces ‘Faith and Reason’ Full Tuition Scholarships
1/23/2015
The College began the scholarship competition as a response to an apparent "fissure" between those promoting a solely secular society and those who value its Judeo-Christian roots, TMC President Dr.William Fahey said in the College news release.


Christendom Alumni ‘Thriving in Journalism’ Thanks to Liberal Arts Curriculum
1/21/2015
Student and alumni articles were recently published in news outlets such as The Washington Examiner, Breitbart News, and The National Catholic Register.


Thomas Aquinas College Lends ‘Perfect’ Location for Video Series on Blessed Virgin Mary
1/16/2015
A film crew shot scenes in and around TAC's Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel in additional to other campus locations that will be featured in "The Bible and the Virgin Mary," part of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology's Journey Through Scripture Bible study series.


Holy Apostles Named Best College for Study of Natural Law by Center
1/16/2015
"The Center for Natural Law enthusiastically and whole-heartedly recommends Holy Apostles College and Seminary for anyone who is seeking a Master's degree in a distance learning format," an article in the center's newsletter, "The Golden Standard," said.


Theology Lectures Set to Begin for CUA’s Marian Art Exhibit in Washington, D.C.
1/15/2015
Over the course of the spring semester, CUA faculty and students will explore the exhibit's themes during presentations and lectures on the Blessed Virgin.


Catholic Universities Aim to Set Campus Records for Community Service
1/15/2015
Students from The Catholic University of America and Walsh University will commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with record numbers of students, faculty, and staff members spending their time volunteering at a variety of locations around their respective campuses.


Faithful Catholic Colleges Set Standard for Next Generation of Catholic Higher Ed.
1/14/2015
A recent PJ Media article compares the compromising of religious mission at many older Catholic colleges with examples of faithful Catholic colleges, observing that the latter institutions are paving the way for the future of Catholic higher education.


DeSales Univ. to Honor Patron Saint with Week-Long Series of Events
1/14/2015
DeSales University, in Center Valley, Pa., will celebrate the legacy of its patron, St. Francis de Sales, during its 10th annual Heritage Week, sponsored by the Salesian Center for Faith and Culture.


Thomas Aquinas College Grad Leads Catholic School, Praises Value of Classical Ed.
1/13/2015
Luke Macik, a TAC alumnus and the former vice president of Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, Wyo., shared during his "From the Median" radio interview how a classic education, such as the one found at The Lyceum, prepares students for every aspect of life.


Janet Smith to Discuss Reproductive Technology Ethics at Franciscan Univ.
1/13/2015
Smith, the Father Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, will address questions such as "What is wrong with artificial insemination?" and "How does in vitrofertilization conflict with the Catholic Church's teaching on human life and marriage?"


New Pope John Paul II Science Center a Testament to Walsh's Catholic Mission
1/12/2015
"It is significant that John Paul II's name should be permanently linked to Walsh as a testament to our Catholic heritage and mission to develop leaders in service to others," Walsh president Richard Jusseaume said in a University news release.


Faith Comes Alive in Thomas More College of Liberal Arts Rome Program
1/12/2015
A junior at the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts recently published an article reflecting on the College’s study abroad program in Rome and how it helped highlight the universality of the Church and bring the faith alive for her.


Christendom Grad Describes How Experiences with College Led Her to Mission Work
1/9/2015
As a lay missionary, Maeve Gallagher will serve for at least two years at the Valley of Angels, a school and home for impoverished children run by the Franciscans of the Immaculate Conception Province.


University of Mary Announces New Doctorate in Education
1/8/2015
As stated by the University, the new doctoral program seeks to aid Catholic education by "address[ing] the leadership challenges emerging today through K-12 and higher education, not only in North Dakota but also across the region and the United States."


Thomas Aquinas President Explains How College Fosters Vocations
1/7/2015
"Thomas Aquinas College is certainly doing something right in fostering this impressive number of vocations," McLean reportedly said, while noting three areas—education, moral life, and spiritual life—which aid students in their discernment.


Christendom College to Host Relic of Pope St. John Paul II
1/6/2015
The relic, which was taken directly from the late pontiff during his final hospital stay prior to his death, is being presented as part of a cross-country pilgrimage by the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary.


Benedictine College Mourns Loss of Monk Who Brought Marian Consecration to College
1/6/2015
Benedictine College in Atchison, Kans., is mourning the passing of one of its Benedictine monks, Father Bruce Swift, OSB, according to The Gregorian Institute. The 82-year-old priest died unexpectedly Christmas morning at St. Benedict's Abbey.


Education in Truth Builds Confidence, Says Thomas Aquinas College Grad
1/5/2015
A 2014 alumna from Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, Calif., recently spoke on Ave Maria Radio's "Mast Appeal" program about the College's academics, spiritual life, and how it prepares students to encounter the world.


JP Catholic Students to Discover Christian Foundations of Europe in Upcoming Trip
1/5/2015
The trip will concentrate on developing an understanding of Christianity's impact on European culture and aims for its participants to return with a desire to "create art, build culture, and tell stories of Christ in the world."


Thomas Aquinas College’s 60th Alumnus-Priest Praises Faithful College Formation
12/30/2014
Father Matthew Busch, an alumnus of Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, Calif., was recently ordained as the College’s 60th alumnus-priest, according to the College. Fr. Busch shared how the College helped form and prepare him to live out his priestly vocation.


Office Promoting Schools’ Catholic Identity Takes First Steps in San Francisco Archdiocese
12/30/2014
High school administrators in the Archdiocese of San Francisco recently met to discuss the new Office of Catholic Identity Assessment that is set to begin in the new year, according to the National Catholic Reporter.


New UST-Houston Program to Integrate Catholic Mission
12/30/2014
The degree will reportedly form students to become managers and analysts at all governmental levels, prepare them to serve as leaders in both public service and non-profit administration, and exist in the context of UST's Catholic identity.


Timeless Church Architecture Attracting Catholic Millennials, Argue Chaplains
12/29/2014
Students are drawn to the "timeless tradition" of the Catholic Church, particularly in the architecture and art surrounding sacred spaces, according to a new study and several Catholic college chaplains recently interviewed by The Cardinal Newman Society.


Catholic Universities Receive ‘Highest Recognition’ in Recent Community Service Honor Roll
12/29/2014
The Catholic University of America, Mount St. Mary's University, and Walsh University received the "highest federal recognition" for their "commitment to community, service-learning, and civic engagement."


Presence of Basilian Fathers at UST-Houston to Increase
12/29/2014
The priests of the Congregation of St. Basil at the University of St. Thomas (UST) in Houston, recently announced the relocation of their formation house from Toronto to the UST campus.


Catholic University of America Launches New ‘Honoring Mary’ Website
12/26/2014
The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., has launched a new website titled "Honoring Mary" that supplies information on the many events being held to complement the University's "Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea" exhibit.


Christendom Student Receives Honor from Bishop for Pro-Life Work
12/26/2014
Thomas Hepler, sophomore class president and president of the pro-life campus group Shield of Roses, was recognized along with 45 other individuals at the recent Youth and Campus Ministry Appreciation Dinner.


Thomas Aquinas College Students Perform Entire Handel’s Messiah
12/23/2014
The December 5 presentation was a part of TAC's annual Advent Concert, one of the many events held at faithful Catholic colleges across the country to prepare for and celebrate the upcoming Christmas season.


Univ. of Dallas Ministry Grads Leave Business World to Work in Parishes
12/23/2014
Having now graduated from the School of Ministry at University of Dallas, Don Kremer volunteers with the parish youth to help them grow in their faith. “I... love teaching; I want to share some of what I’ve learned at UD.”


Christendom Forming Young Catholic Leaders in Ireland Study Abroad Program
12/22/2014
At the St. Columcile Institute in County Dougal, students will have the opportunity to study Catholic theology, history, and literature, immerse themselves in the country’s Catholic culture, and participate in excursions to see Ireland’s historic landmarks.


Beauty Has the Power to Renew, Says Renowned Philosopher at Franciscan U.
12/22/2014
Prominent philosopher Roger Scruton discussed the ability of beauty to renew "individual persons and entire communities," including universities and society in general, at the Power of Beauty Conference.


Liberal Arts Deserve ‘Pride of Place’ in Education of Catholic Men
12/22/2014
Beauty, found particularly in the study of the liberal arts, should play an essential role in the education of Catholic men, argued Jared Silvey in a recent piece at Crisis Magazine. He lamented the Western culture of “instant gratification” and called for a new focus in education with a particular “exposure to beauty.”


Franciscan Univ. Households ‘Cornerstone of Student Life Experience’
12/19/2014
The “household” system has become a unique foundation for student formation, student life, and evangelization at Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, said Father Gregory Plow in an interview with The Cardinal Newman Society.


‘Schools of Excellence’ Offer Strong Catholic Identity, Unique Opportunities for Students
12/17/2014
The Cardinal Newman Society spoke to leaders of six Catholic schools recognized by the Newman Society's Catholic Education Honor Roll as “Schools of Excellence” to showcase the uniqueness and strengths offered at different Schools of Excellence.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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