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Stephen Beale
Its faith-filled mission continues unabated.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
This year’s commencement speakers include sterling examples of Catholic life and witness in the world.
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Hanna, the CEO of Hanna Capital, is the author of A Graduate’s Guide to Life: Three Things They Don’t Teach You in College That Could Make All the Difference.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Professor John McAdams is fighting an indefinite suspension from Marquette over his blog post that alleged a graduate student-teacher stifled a student’s objection to ‘gay marriage.’
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College said it is committed to reporting and investigating all allegations of abuse, following claims that it has mishandled cases in the past.
Education
Elisabeth Deffner
Avila Institute’s preparation program is at the end of the piloting phase in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Education
Joan Frawley Desmond
ANALYSIS: The prophetic nature of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical was on display at a recent symposium hosted by The Catholic University of America.
Education
Joseph Pronechen
Marian missionary is set to be college’s director of formation.
Education
Peter Jesserer Smith
Critics say the Title IX investigation now underway at the Catholic university is linked to the administration’s failures to make a clear stand for Catholic teaching.
Education
Peter Jesserer Smith
The university will recognize Glendon and Sister Norma for their exemplary commitment to the Church’s teaching on human life and dignity.
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Stephen Beale
Following a massive administrative reorganization, the Indiana college makes a push to return to its roots.
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Acknowledging those who have emulated the qualities of St. Francis of Assisi, the award is given in recognition of Christian character, charity.
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In recent weeks, he has been the subject of tributes for his contribution to the renewal of Catholic higher education in the United States.
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College president Father John Jenkins has now taken issue with the range of drugs, including abortifacients, covered under the third-party provider.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Proposal raises concern university may miss an opportunity to provide students who identify as ‘LGBTQ’ with a supportive community that integrates Catholic teaching.
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Jim Graves
Roy Rohter, a renowned benefactor of Catholic education, died Jan. 9, in Montecito.
Education
Charlotte Hays
President Trump will visit a Florida parochial school, where low-income students receive tuition subsidies, to promote school vouchers, but a Notre Dame study finds that such programs may harm Catholic parishes.
Education
Stephen Beale
The California college will offer classes on its new Massachusetts campus next fall.
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Eddie O’Neill
Catholic Schools Week feature
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Jacqueline Burkepile
College student leads retirement home Bible study
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Kathryn Mihaliak
Advice for Sticking to the Faith in a Secular Environment
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Brian Fraga
A respected professor, known for his orthodoxy and unflinching defense of a distinctly Catholic worldview, and his supporters say he has been isolated on campus in recent months.
Education
Charlotte Hays
NEWS ANALYSIS
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Jim Graves
Vocations, Community Flourish on Campus
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Many of the marchers will be students from Catholic universities, who will, in some cases, skip class to march for an end to abortion.
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Stephen Beale
Three weeks before Christmas, a ‘miracle’ spared the college from California’s largest wildfire, which erupted adjacent to its campus.
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Instead, the Department of Education will reimplement a 2009 version of the national curriculum.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
Only a week earlier, the university had announced it would end contraceptive coverage Jan. 1.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
NEWS ANALYSIS: Catholic university leaders have observed a change in students’ sensitivities regarding ‘offensive’ speech, and they attribute this shift partly to the lack of civility in politics and media.