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.”

August 20, 2010

The Search for God

Father Robert Spitzer Connects Modern Physics and Philosophy

August 6, 2010

'Sex au Naturel': Patrick Coffin’s Celebration of 'Humanae Vitae'

Patrick Coffin, host of “Catholic Answers Live,” wrote Sex au Naturel as a way to defend the Church’s teaching on the beginnings of human life.

August 6, 2010

Summers in Steubenville

Franciscan University Marks 35 Years of Conferences

July 23, 2010

Thriller Writer Uses Catholicism to Probe Rationalist Pretensions

A conversation with Catholic thriller writer Michael Gruber.

July 9, 2010

College Merger Canceled

Magdalen and Thomas More Find Much in Common to Grow On

June 28, 2010

Catholic University of America Welcomes New President

The Catholic University of America has picked a layman to be its next president.

June 14, 2010

American Jesuit to Head Oriental Studies Institute in Rome

Jesuit Father James McCann, head of the U.S. bishops’ Office to Aid the Church in Central and Eastern Europe, has been appointed rector of the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome.

May 31, 2010

Small Catholic College, Benedictine, Adds Engineering Program

Three years ago, the idea of having an engineering program at a mandatum-supporting Catholic college was a dream. Today, that program is a reality at Benedictine College.

May 17, 2010

More Than E=MC2

Top Physicists Combine Science With Natural Philosophy

May 3, 2010

New CUA Program Forms Business Leaders in Catholic Social Thought

Catholic University of America is rolling out a new program that aims to form a new generation of ethical business leaders by arming enterprising students with a solid foundation in Catholic social teaching.

April 20, 2010

Catholic Center Brings Women’s Studies Courses to U.S.

A group called Advocating the Vocation of Women in upstate New York is bringing a course on women’s studies to the area from Rome for the first time this summer.

April 1, 2010

‘Advocates for Life’

Initiative Aims to Organize Pro-Life Students in 200 Law Schools

March 22, 2010

Ukraine’s Catholic University Is ‘Right Institution at the Right Time’

The Ukrainian Catholic University rose from the ashes of communism. Now it’s making a major contribution to the rebuilding of Ukrainian society.

March 8, 2010

Against the Grain

Boston College Group Strives to Walk in the Footsteps of the Real St. Patrick

February 22, 2010

Into the Lion’s Den

Catholic Campus Ministry on Secular Campuses

February 8, 2010

Art for Faith’s Sake

Aesthetics Program at New Hampshire College ‘Points to the Divine’

January 25, 2010

Psychology Grounded in Catholic Thought

Institute for Psychological Sciences Celebrates 10 Years

January 11, 2010

‘It Doesn’t Get Much Cooler Than That’

Winners of the Register’s First-Ever Essay Contest

January 10, 2010

Solomon’s Choice

Notre Dame Center Seeks to Boost Pro-Life Activity on Campus

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