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Aquinas College is noted for its steadfast commitment to its Catholic mission, to its sponsoring order’s charism, and to financial prudence.
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Bottom line: there’s much to be restored in education, but “Catholic institutions are in the best position to do it.”
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Thomas Aquinas College embraces a strongly Catholic identity that is rooted in the firm conviction that the Catholic Faith is revealed truth and therefore foundational to higher studies.
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Scalia graduated from Georgetown University in 1957, and Gorsuch graduated from Georgetown Prep in 1985.
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“Only firm Church action can save Georgetown and make it a great university. It is our only recourse. Our only hope.”
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Father Michael Scanlan made Franciscan University of Steubenville the shining model on a hill that it is today.
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SOGI (“sexual orientation and gender identity”) laws directly contradict Christian anthropology and deny truth.
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If Catholic colleges want to help build a healthy political culture in America, they need to shed their political correctness and find conviction.
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Catholics find God in all things, inside and outside religion class.
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Well-intentioned Catholic educators have tried to contort Common Core to fit within Catholic schools, but the design and purpose of the standards will doom such efforts to failure.
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This scandalous situation, in which far too many Catholic colleges have put themselves, directly endangers the souls of students.
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The renewal of Catholic education doesn’t need the Common Core—we just need some “more moxie” to defend and celebrate what makes our schools strong.
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Patrick Reilly

Patrick J. Reilly is president and founder of The Cardinal Newman Society, which promotes and defends faithful Catholic education.  He also teaches at Aquinas Learning, a classical Catholic homeschool program led by his wife Rosario.  They have five children.