Education

September 18, 2009

Keeping Catholic at College

How to stay faith-filled on campus.

September 18, 2009

School House

College Wants to Make Pregnant Students Feel at Home

September 11, 2009

Catholic Fiction Finder

Editor Talks About New Division of Sophia Institute Press

September 11, 2009

Students Learn to Bring Christ to Peers at ‘School of the New Evangelization’

This month students and campus ministry leaders are spending two intense weeks learning the importance of bringing Christ into the classroom.

September 4, 2009

Christ in the City

Secular University in New York Getting Focus on Faith

August 28, 2009

Belmont Abbey’s Health-Plan Battle

Federal Action Facing Catholic College Bodes Ill for Conscience Clauses

July 31, 2009

Life Preparation at Magdalen

Magdalen College in New Hampshire is celebrating its 35th anniversary.

July 17, 2009

Gonzaga President Steps Down and Into New Life

Jesuit Father Robert Spitzer leaves behind a Gonzaga University dramatically different than it was when he became the university’s president.

July 4, 2009

Denver’s Augustine Institute Spreads Message Through DVD Courses

People interested in furthering their theology studies have a new option — even if they can’t be physically present in the Augustine Institute’s classrooms in Denver.

June 19, 2009

Only Catholic College in Georgia Graduates First Class

Southern Catholic College in Georgia graduated its first class this year.

June 12, 2009

Sacramental Storyteller

Flannery O’Connor Explored the Work of Grace in People’s Lives, Professor Says

June 5, 2009

Education Behind Bars

Catholic College Contributes to Reducing Recidivism

May 15, 2009

How Catholic Med Students Cope

Discussing Faith and Pro-Life Issues at Secular Medical School

May 8, 2009

Students Committed to Christ in the Capital of the World

At a place like Columbia University, highly secular and competitive, Catholic campus ministry plays a vital role.

May 1, 2009

College Mourns ‘Bold’ President

At the helm of Thomas Aquinas College, Thomas Dillon, who was killed in a car crash in Ireland April 14, was a pioneer in the renewal of Catholic higher education in the United States.

April 24, 2009

TV’s Monastery

A School for the Lord’s Service

April 17, 2009

Bookstore Alert

Catholic Universities Unwittingly Promote Peter Singer

April 9, 2009

Shakespeare in Alberta

A New Catholic College Explores the Bard

April 3, 2009

Jane Austen: Living Toward the Eternal

Jane Austen’s Novels Help Us Pursue the Good, Scholar Says

March 20, 2009

Faith at a Fair Price

Study Links Faithfulness to Affordability in Catholic Colleges

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