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Education
Solène Tadié
More families, inspired by U.S. example, choose alternative to public instruction.
Nation
Stephen Beale
While the McCarrick scandal indicates the need for further progress, many significant improvements to improve priestly formation have been instituted in recent years.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Part 2 of a Register report on allegations of sexual misconduct and the existence of an entrenched homosexual subculture at the Diocese of Buffalo’s seminary.
Education
Susanna Spencer
Engaging the layperson in the legacy of the 20th-century Catholic philosopher.
Education
Stephen Beale
The Thomistic Institute free course introduces who St. Thomas Aquinas was, explains the basic concepts of his philosophy, and outlines his masterpiece, the Summa Theologiae.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
An outside review has acknowledged that Theodore McCarrick committed ‘sexual harassment’ there, but the university has provided little clarity about the review’s overall findings, or about planned reforms.
Education
K.V. Turley
His writing apostolate included more than 20,000 letters.
Education
Stephen Beale
Cardinal John Henry Newman was a college man.Today there are an estimated 2,000 Newman Centers on campuses around the country.
Education
Catholic News Agency
A hand-painted sign appeared outside DeBartolo Hall, close to the football stadium, the week of Sept. 19. And an op-ed bore the same title as the sign.
Education
Jonathan Liedl
A hallmark of the 25-year-old program at Creighton University has been the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Education
The Editors
Our annual look at faithfully Catholic colleges and universities.
Education
Joseph O’Brien
A new chapter begins for TAC.
Education
Sue Ellen Browder
‘School of Discipleship’ launches new academic year.
Education
Paulina Hoeing
Students share advice about the decision process.
Nation
Catholic News Agency
The university released its report Aug. 27.
Education
K.V. Turley
Latest court decision leaves Wunderlichs still subject to draconian laws.
Vatican
Joan Frawley Desmond
‘Male and Female He Created Them’ warns that an emphasis on gender identity over biological sex has sparked a ‘cultural revolution’ that must be met in the classroom with a reaffirmation of Christian truths and compassion.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
Canon law backs up Archbishop Charles Thompson’s decision to strip Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School of its Catholic label, after the school defied his request to not renew the contract for a teacher in a same-sex ‘marriage.’
Education
Stephen Beale
Those who know Franciscan Father Dave Pivonka say he is the ideal choice to renew the late Father Michael Scanlan’s vision for the Catholic college.
Education
Joseph Pronechen
A look at who is speaking where.
Education
Stephen Beale
The Catholic University of America’s student government association has asked the college administration to block sexually explicit sites on the university’s wireless network.
Education
Stephen Beale
Thomas Hibbs is set to take the helm.
Education
Ed Condon/CNA
Father Sean Sheridan will remain in the post until a successor is found.
Education
Joan Frawley Desmond
Such assessments need to be solidly grounded in authentic theological perspectives, experts stress.
Education
Lauretta Brown
The Trump administration’s proposal would make Catholic schooling more accessible, but it raises concerns about federal overreach.
Education
Susan Klemond
Family-based education has greater foothold in America than in some foreign jurisdictions.
Education
Elisabeth Deffner
Catholic colleges demonstrate importance of such learning is a natural consequence of the harmony between faith and reason.
Education
Peter Jesserer Smith
Father Seamus O’Kielty passed away as Christendom College’s assistant chaplain, revealing a legacy of faithfully following Jesus Christ in the spirit of old Ireland’s Catholic missionaries.
Education
Catholic News Agency
Members of the advisory board for Chicago’s college seminary say recent decision to close the seminary will negatively impact the archdiocese.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
The news has triggered a national debate about the unfair advantage that students from powerful, wealthy families often enjoy.