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Catholic Colleges Must Wake Up to the Dangers of Pornography, Says Counseling Expert
2/27/2015
Catholic colleges and universities must learn to see pornography for the epidemic problem that it is and begin offering the necessary resources to help students escape the addictive and destructive habit, argued clinical therapist Dr. Peter Kleponis.


Marquette’s Treatment of Banned Professor Shows ‘Hypocrisy of Academic Freedom’
2/27/2015
Marquette University’s action banning professor John McAdams, even though a radically dissident professor has thrived at the Jesuit university for years, is indicative of the “hypocrisy of academic freedom today,” Cardinal Newman Society President Patrick Reilly said.


TV Host, Producer Encourages TAC Students to Develop Skills through Liberal Arts
2/27/2015
Catholic television host and producer Daniel Rabourdin recently spoke at Thomas Aquinas College as part of a series of career presentations to help students see the value of their Catholic, liberal arts education and how it can prepare them for any field.


Professor Charles Rice, Who ‘Epitomized All That Is Best’ at Notre Dame, Passes Away
2/26/2015
Dr. Charles Rice, emeritus law professor at the University of Notre Dame, passed away on February 25, The Cardinal Newman Society learned in correspondence with law school faculty. Rice impacted many lives and contributed greatly to Notre Dame’s Catholic identity.


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.


Catholic Elms College to Host Pro-Abortion Rights Congressman as Commencement Speaker
2/25/2015
The College of Our Lady of the Elms in Chicopee, Mass., is set to host Congressman John Lewis of Georgia as the College’s 2015 commencement speaker, according to a news release, despite his voting record consistently in favor of legal abortion.


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.


Marriage Benefits for Same-Sex Couples Morally Indefensible, Argue Notre Dame Faculty
2/24/2015
The recent expansion of employee marriage benefits to same-sex couples at the University of Notre Dame and other Catholic colleges is indefensible and severely compromises the responsibility to provide moral formation to students, argued three Notre Dame professors.


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."


Catholic Colleges Must Save Students from Pornography Epidemic, Says Counseling Expert
2/23/2015
Catholic colleges and universities owe it to their students to do everything within their power to help combat the destructive effects of pornography, argued Dr. Peter Kleponis in a recent interview with The Cardinal Newman Society.


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.


Archbishop Defends Right to Hire for Mission at Catholic Schools, Responds to Lawmakers
2/23/2015
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco recently sent a letter in response to several California lawmakers, defending his right to make decisions about the employment of teachers based on the Catholic mission of schools in the archdiocese.


Jesuit Universities Should Fortify Catholic Identity, Not ‘Rebrand’
2/20/2015
The efforts of many Jesuit universities to “rebrand” and water down their Catholic values is resulting in a widespread issue of misleading unsuspecting parents and students, argued Jim Infantine, the president of the Gonzaga University alumni group 1887 Trust.


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.


Vatican Education Prefect: Church Needs Faithful Catholic Schools
2/19/2015
True and faithful Catholic education is necessary today given the crises of values and family life, explained Cardinal Zenon Grocholewski, prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, in a recent address in which he argued for the importance of authentic Catholic schools.


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.


New Marquette Provost Chaired Dept. Sponsoring V-Monologues at Notre Dame
2/18/2015
Dr. Daniel Myers has been named Marquette University’s next provost, according to a University announcement. However, while Myers worked at the University of Notre Dame, the department under his direction sponsored the lewd play The Vagina Monologues.


Wayward Catholic Universities Pose Significant Threat to Church’s Survival
2/18/2015
The cultural shift in Catholic academia to secularism "prevents the development of a faithful Catholic 'elite,' which will go on to teach, research, write and advocate in the public square for the Church's vision of a just and moral society," warned Zmirak


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.


Faithful College Leaders Agree, Homeschooling Leads to Success at Catholic Colleges
2/17/2015
The experience of these administrators with homeschooled students correlates with a 2013 study which found significant evidence of higher ACT and SAT scores and overall GPAs for homeschooled students who attend a Catholic university.


Sacred Music Can Open Students to Truth, Says Northeast Catholic President
2/13/2015
Northeast Catholic College President Dr. George Harne will deliver a presentation on beauty and sacred music on March 5 in Concord, N.H., the College recently announced. Dr. Harne has written extensively on sacred music, including its importance on college campuses.


Archbishop Cordileone a ‘True Shepherd of Catholic Schools,’ Argues Newman Society’s Bob Laird
2/12/2015
Despite severe criticism, Archbishop Cordileone is taking a stand and helping Catholic schools fulfill their true mission, argued Bob Laird, vice president for program development at The Cardinal Newman Society, in his San Francisco Chronicle op-ed.


Augustine Institute to Offer Online Summer Course Designed for Catholic Educators
2/12/2015
The Augustine Institute, a Denver-based Catholic graduate school, will be offering a special course for teachers and school administrators designed to help them reflect on the connection between Catholic education and teaching.


Canadian Christian Law School Wins Crucial Religious Freedom Victory, But Opposition Remains
2/12/2015
The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia recently ruled that the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society could not coerce an Christian educational institution to discard its religious principles. Despite the recent victory, the University faces more opposition to its policy in the months ahead.


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.


CUA, Washington Archdiocese Join USCCB Urging Congress to Protect Religious Freedom
2/10/2015
The Catholic University of America and the Archdiocese of Washington have joined the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in sending a letter to Congress asking legislators to disapprove two recently passed laws in Washington, D.C., that attack religious freedom.


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.


Classic Literature Crucial to Academic Formation, Argue Experts at Faithful Colleges
2/10/2015
Exposure to classical literature remains one of the most significant sources of academic formation for children, academic experts from two Newman Guide-recommended colleges recently told the National Catholic Register.


Pope Francis Speaks with Young People Online as Part of Education Initiative
2/10/2015
Pope Francis recently held a Google Hangout session with handicapped young people across the world in conjunction with his education project, Scholas Occurrentes, a global project dedicated to promoting peace and education to children everywhere.


Catholic Colleges Must Motivate Alumni to Stand for Religious Freedom
2/9/2015
Catholic colleges and universities should rally their alumni networks to defend religious freedom, argued David French, senior counsel at the American Center for Law and Justice, in a recent interview with The Cardinal Newman Society.


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.


Pope Francis Grants Papal Knighthood to Prof at University of St. Thomas in Houston
2/5/2015
An English professor at the University of St. Thomas in Houston was recently named a knight of the Pontifical Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great. Pope Francis bestowed the honor on Clinton Brand for his assistance integrating Anglican customs into Catholic liturgy.


Common Core a Dangerous Distraction to Catholic Identity, Says Newman Society President
2/4/2015
Rather than the Common Core, "the key standard for Catholic schools ought to be providing a very good Catholic education that teaches and forms young people in the faith," Reilly stated.


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.


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.


Abortion Advocacy Internships Promoted by Loyola Marymount Univ. Department
2/2/2015
Loyola Marymount University's political science department is promoting internships for an abortion advocacy organization, despite the University's Catholic identity.


Negative Reactions to Catholic Values at Marquette No Surprise, Says Former Prof
2/2/2015
An emeritus professor of philosophy at Marquette University, Dr. Howard Kainz, wrote that the disciplining of Dr. John McAdams was "shameful" and "strange," particularly in light of Marquette's Catholic identity.


Ohio Dominican Univ. Wowed by Enthusiasm for Youth Conference
2/2/2015
Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, Ohio, began a new campus program, Encounter Columbus, which exposes students to Adoration, Confession, praise and worship, and Catholic teaching, and is dedicated to inspiring high school and college students with the Catholic faith.


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.


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.


Business Students at CUA to Study Compatibility of Capitalism with Catholic Teaching
1/30/2015
A new program at The Catholic University of America’s School of Business that seeks to integrate Catholic social doctrine and business practices will focus on exploring the “compatibility of capitalism and Catholicism,” Timothy Busch wrote in The Wall Street Journal.


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.


Liberal Arts Grads Set to Positively Impact the Workplace, Argues Hiring Expert
1/29/2015
Students who pursue a liberal arts degree are set to bring joyful and innovative transformation to the workplace, argued hiring consultant Roberta Matuson in a recent Forbes article.


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.


On Feast of St. Thomas, School Leaders Agree: Mass Attendance Yields Academic Success
1/28/2015
Students who attend church frequently are more likely to succeed in school, according to a recent study. But this is no surprise for several leaders of faithful Catholic schools, who agree that devotion to God and intellectual pursuits are in harmony.


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.


Mayor Signs Coercive Bills Damaging Religious Freedom of D.C. Catholic Schools, Colleges
1/27/2015
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser has signed into law two bills that will severely damage the religious freedom of Catholic educational institutions and organizations in the nation’s capital.


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