Education

April 1, 2011

Quenching a Thirst

Nebraska-Lincoln’s Newman Center Has Track Record With Conversions and Vocations

March 18, 2011

Medieval Arts Flourish at Thomas More College

Thomas More College for the Liberal Arts has come up with a new way to teach, in addition to classroom instruction. Actually, this “new” way is actually quite old: medieval guild-like organizations where students get hands-on experience and can see theory put into practice.

March 4, 2011

Course Correction

California Institute Promotes Return to Classical Schools

February 20, 2011

Re-establishing the Faith

American Organization Supports Renaissance of Catholic Education in Ukraine

February 4, 2011

Growing Threat: Abortion Conscience Coercion at Med Schools

Pro-life medical and nursing students across the country say they face the same pressures to violate their consciences as two recent applicants to Vanderbilt University’s nursing residency program, who were told that they would have been required to participate in abortions.

January 21, 2011

Irish-American Dream

Christendom Professor Analyzes 20th-Century Immigrant History Through the Lens of Hollywood Films

January 7, 2011

Arming Yourself to Defend Life

As the country marks the 38th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, three new books can help advance respect for the sanctity of human life. First, the Human Life Foundation compiles the best arguments it has published in the quarterly Human Life Review over the past 35 years in The Debate Since Roe: Making the Case Against Abortion (1975-2010), edited by Anne Conlon. In Beyond a House Divided: The Moral Consensus Ignored by Washington, Wall Street, and the Media, Carl Anderson proposes a new start to America’s political dialogue, based partly on the unrecognized consensus that most Americans are basically pro-life. Finally, Getting Real: Challenging the Sexualization of Girls, edited by Melinda Tankard Reist, looks at a growing problem that may very well be a precursor to even more abortions.

December 29, 2010

The Forecourt of Heaven

Getting to Know the Recently Beatified Cardinal John Henry Newman

December 10, 2010

Bridging the College Faith Gap

Campus Ministers Help Freshmen Stay Catholic

November 29, 2010

‘The College of Saint Mary Magdalen’

New Hampshire Institution’s New Name Links It to New Evangelization

November 11, 2010

From Darkness Into God’s Marvelous Light

Former College Partygoer Found Happiness as a SOLT Sister

November 11, 2010

A Great American Educator

Thomas Aquinas College Loses a Founder

November 11, 2010

Atlanta’s College Start-Up

A look at Atlanta’s new Holy Spirit College.

October 15, 2010

Immersed in Teaching

Brothers Invite College Men to Experience Religious Life

October 1, 2010

From Abu Ghraib to Boston University

Iraqi Nun Ministers to Students at BU’s Catholic Center

September 17, 2010

Women, Sex and the Church

Convert From Radical Feminism Gathers Women to Defend Church Teaching

September 4, 2010

Faith Seeking Understanding

Theology’s Role in a Complete College Education

September 4, 2010

The Importance of a Catholic College Education

A Catholic education helps students and graduates weather the storms of today’s secular culture, say university educators from Catholic institutions featured in the Register’s Catholic Identity College Guide.

September 4, 2010

‘Why I Chose a Catholic College’

Students who attend colleges featured in the Register's Catholic Identity College Guide discuss their choices.

September 3, 2010

Why Catholic Teaching on Homosexuality Isn’t Bigoted

In light of the firing and rehiring of Kenneth Howell from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Msgr. Stuart Swetland of Mount St. Mary’s University, who hired Howell to teach at UIUC, speaks about the challenges to presenting Church teaching on homosexual behavior to a world that considers it “bigoted.”

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