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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 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.


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."


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.


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.


‘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.


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


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.


Thomas Aquinas College Education Good Prep for Workplace, Say Alumni
2/18/2015
Three panelists recently spoke with students at Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, Calif., about their future role as Catholics in the workplace and how the College's liberal arts curriculum can prepare them for any career.


Christendom President to Address Thousands at World Meeting of Families
2/18/2015
The three-day programming portion of the event will feature presentations and breakout sessions that address topics such as strengthening familial bonds, the challenges families face in the 21st century, and other family life issues.


Celebration Honoring CUA-Grad Archbishop Sheen to Draw Students Closer to the Saints
2/13/2015
Sister Maria Frassati Jakupcak, co-chair of Sheen Legacy Committee at CUA, related that the University chose to celebrate Archbishop Sheen this semester because this March marks the 75th anniversary of his first appearance on television.


Christendom College Building ‘True Community’ with First Friday Adoration
2/12/2015
More than half of the undergraduate student body at Christendom College gathered last Friday evening for the first Laudumus Te event of the semester, a new effort that aims to bring together the College community every first Friday for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.


Franciscan Univ. Conference to Challenge the Secular Culture
2/11/2015
The conference is set for April 10-11, and it will address the secular world view and how to steer it back to traditional understandings of faith and morality, especially in the areas of the family, young people, and education.


Abbot Primate of Benedictine Order Gives Special Lecture at Benedictine College
2/11/2015
An experienced flute player, Abbot Notker performed Jesus Bleibet Meine Freude by J.S. Bach during his lecture entitled "The Rule of St. Benedict in a Globalized World".


Faith and Culture Center Gets Big Gift at Univ. of St. Thomas in Houston
2/11/2015
"These contributions, as the recent gifts to our endowment, indicate the strong belief of the broader community in the mission of the Center and the contributions it makes," the Center's director, Father Donald Nesti, CSSp, said in the University news release.


Archbishop Stresses Teachers’ Duty to Promote Church Teaching, Discusses New Contracts
2/10/2015
Catholic school teachers are uniquely placed to impact the moral formation of students and provide clarity on Church teachings amid the confusion of secular society, taught San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone in a recent address to Catholic high school teachers.


Thomas Aquinas Alumni Offering Webinar to Aid Call for Faithful Catholic Educators
2/10/2015
Dr. Andrew Seeley and Michael Van Hecke will gather Catholic educators from across the country for the webinar and lead an online discussion titled "Answering the Call — An Introduction to Catholic School Leadership."


St. Gregory’s U. Praised for Healthy Campus, Supports Growth ‘in Mind, Body and Spirit’
2/9/2015
St. Gregory's University in Shawnee, Okla., was recently recognized as a Certified Healthy Campus and Business by the Certified Healthy Oklahoma program, the University announced.


Liturgy and New Evangelization Conference to Feature Franciscan U. Profs, Alumni
2/9/2015
Dr. James Pauley and Dr. Petroc Willey, along with alumni Jim Beckman and William Keimig, will present at the Liturgical Catechesis and the New Evangelization Conference in Mundelein, Ill.


New Sacred Music Degree to Educate ‘Leaders of Faith’ at Univ. of St. Thomas in Houston
2/6/2015
The University of St. Thomas in Houston will offer a new master's degree in sacred music starting in the fall of 2015, the University recently announced. The program is reportedly only one of seven in the country and the sole program of its kind located in the South.


Liberal Arts Education Proves Solid Foundation for Doctor, Thomas More Alumnus
2/5/2015
"I think every medical student should have a background in the liberal arts," John Martin said. He explained how his philosophical studies led to a deep understanding of science and nature and provided the necessary insight and context for his medical studies.


Mount St. Mary’s Welcoming More than 1,600 Students for Eucharistic Adoration Retreat
2/4/2015
Students will gather to listen to speakers, hear music performances, and participate in Mass, Confession, and Eucharistic Adoration.


Prominent Thomistic Scholar Gives Lecture on Doctrine of Deification at Christendom
2/4/2015
Fr. John Meconi’s presentation, entitled "The Augustinian Roots of Thomistic Deification," addressed St. Augustine's influence on St. Thomas Aquinas concerning ideas of man's deification in Christ.


Catholic U. President to Co-Lead Event on ‘Calling of Faith-Based Universities’
2/3/2015
Universities rooted in traditions of faith are apt at determining their purposes, President John Garvey argued, according to CUA.


Study Reveals One Third of Newly Professed Religious in 2014 Attended Catholic Colleges
2/2/2015
The recent study also included many other noteworthy facts concerning the relationship between religious life and Catholic education in the United States.


St. Gregory’s Univ. Gets Go-Ahead for New Nursing Degree Rooted in Catholic Teaching
2/2/2015
With the state board approval, junior-level nursing students, including transfer students, will be admitted into the traditional program starting in the fall of 2015.


Benedictine College Dedicates New Stadium with Prayerful Medal Ceremony
2/2/2015
Campus chaplain, Father Brendan Rolling, OSB, blessed the medals of three saints before placing them in the foundation of the new stadium in hopes that the fields will become not just a place for sport but also a "field of prayers."


Faculty Formation, Hiring Are Critical in Strengthening Catholic Schools, Says Archbishop
1/30/2015
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco recently emphasized the need for schools to focus on proper faculty formation and hiring in order to effectively hand on the Catholic faith to students, according to the National Catholic Register.


Univ. of Mary Student Experiences Rare Encounter with Pope Francis
1/30/2015
During a papal audience in Rome, sophomore Andrew Meyer reportedly traded zucchettos with the Holy Father as he passed by, greeting crowds of students and visitors.


Five New Majors at Northeast Catholic College Set to ‘Attract Many Young Scholars’
1/30/2015
These majors will reportedly build on the foundation provided by the College's extensive core curriculum, which spans eight semesters and includes the humanities, Latin, music, art, and natural sciences, NCC reported.


Franciscan Univ Event to Advance Faith and Reason in Catholic Higher Ed
1/29/2015
Franciscan University of Steubenville, in Ohio will hold the second symposium of its three-part Fidelity and Freedom series from March 5-6, the University recently announced.


Teachers Can Awaken Students to Love of Christ, Says Homilist at Annual CUA Mass
1/28/2015
The Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington, D.C., recently held its annual community-wide Mass in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas and in celebration of National Catholic Schools Week, the University announced.


Faithful Catholic College Students Joined Tens of Thousands in West Coast Walk for Life
1/28/2015
The Walk for Life is the largest pro-life demonstration in the Western United States, second in the nation to only the National March for Life in Washington, D.C., and draws large crowds of youth and college students each year.


Photo Journal: Catholic College and High School Students at 2015 March for Life
1/26/2015
Catholic college and high school students from distant corners of the country gathered in Washington, D.C., last Thursday to join the hundreds of thousands of people marching in the 42nd annual March for Life.


Franciscan U. Student Sees ‘Young Adult Church at Its Strongest’ on Campus
1/26/2015
While attendance at many Catholic parishes may be low, there are also many young adults flocking to the Church, argues Monique Ocampo in a recent Patheos article.


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.


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