Catholic-School Alumni ‘Come Home’ to Work at Their Alma Maters
Many Catholic-school alumni who return to work at their school find much that’s familiar as they step into new roles.
Bishops to Biden Administration: Keep in Place Federal Rules to Protect College Religious Groups
Preserving the current rule means ‘students of all faiths will remain free to establish and maintain communities defined by shared religious commitments on their public college campuses,’ the bishops’ letter said.
‘Let’s Walk the Talk’: The Importance of Accommodating Students With Special Needs
Catholic schools and organizations work to include all young learners.
Abortion Activists at Florida University Charged With Assaulting Police Officers
Two pro-abortion activists were caught on video stealing pro-life signs and then violently resisting arrest on March 10 at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Miami University Student Group Hopes to Install Plan B ‘Morning-After Pill’ Vending Machine on Campus
Though plans have not yet been finalized, the university’s student government has proposed purchasing the pills in bulk and selling them in a campus community hall.
Alumni Try to Save Connecticut Catholic School From Being a Casualty of Diocese’s Clergy Sex-Abuse Bankruptcy
They are raising money and bidding against an unknown competitor for the property.
Dorm Life With Nuns: Turning a Convent Into a College Residence
Sisters of St. Francis convent is home to 40 students at Neumann University.
Steubenville Bishop Bans Latin Mass at Franciscan University, Effective Immediately
The Latin Mass will still be offered weekly at St. Peter’s Church in Steubenville, which is a parish church about a mile from campus.
‘Christ Is the Center of the School’: Faith Imbues Mater Salvatoris College Preparatory School
Connecticut school highlights blessing of solid education and presence of religious sisters in Catholic academia.