Higher ed in the headlines.
BY John Lilly
December 10-16, 2006 Issue | Posted 12/7/06 at 10:00 AM
My Relative, The Saint
THE TIDINGS, Nov. 17 — Mount St. Mary’s College freshman Jessica Cantu has a saintly example close at hand.
On Oct. 15, her
great-great-great-great uncle, Raphael Guizar
“I remember my mom telling us stories that because of all the persecution he disguised himself as a salesman,” Cantu told The Tidings, the weekly newspaper of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. “And he would go around to the sick and injured people, and he’d give them the Eucharist and last rites before they died.”
Cantu continues to be inspired by
her relative at Mount St. Mary’s, an all-women’s college in
She volunteers at the campus ministry office and has also signed a sacred pledge to stay chaste before marriage.
“Coming into college, I met people who aren’t Catholic, and they do different things than I do,” Jessica said. “But it’s where your faith comes in and where going to Catholic school comes in and plays a big role in your life. Because you have morals and know that you’re doing things for God.”
HEALTHNEWSDIGEST.COM, Nov. 27 — Researchers from
In an article published in the November issue of the Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, Victoria Jennings, director of the Institute for Reproductive Health, and co-author Elaine Germano said that two new family planning methods they have developed are well suited to being taught by nurse-midwives.
“Our goal in developing new natural methods is to meet the needs of the many women who want to manage their own fertility without hormones or devices but without the burden of daily monitoring and charting required by older natural methods,” said Jennings. “These new methods are effective as well as easy to teach, learn and use.”
ASSOCIATED PRESS, Nov. 26 — The St. John’s
Catholic Newman Center at the
The $26-million project will
provide housing for 561 students, up from 261,
The project is scheduled for completion in 2008.
According to officials, the
Christendom’s Irish Tour
The program, scheduled for July 23 - Aug. 13, will be directed by Christendom President Timothy O’Donnell and his wife, along with college chaplain Father John Heisler.
It will begin with a week of
classes at the college’s campus in Front Royal, Va. Participants will then tour
Those interested in the course can contact Siobhan O’Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (800) 877-5456, ext. 21.
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