Georgetown reportedly has nearly four liberal students for every one conservative student, according to the FIRE report, with Fordham hosting a similar ratio.
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Religious men and women have been a major part of the global Catholic Church for centuries.
The shame and scandal an unexpected pregnancy may have caused on a Catholic campus in the past is giving way to more proactive, life-affirming policies...
This year, many Catholic colleges in the U.S. have chosen pro-life speakers.
Catholic University’s Guadalupe Project Offers a Post-Dobbs ‘Radical Welcome’ to Campus Moms and Families
CUA has launched new resources for students facing unplanned pregnancies, as well as parents on the faculty and staff.
Alpine Semester: Spring Term in Gaming, Austria, Proves Life-Changing for Franciscan University of Steubenville Students
Gaming is an idyllic home base for Franciscan scholars to study and pray.
The edifice is the realization of a decades-long vision to convey the truths of the faith in art and architecture.
‘Space Acknowledges the Presence of Christ’: The Story Behind the Transformation of Thomas Aquinas College’s Chapel Dedicated to Our Mother
Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel is located on the New England campus in Northfield, Massachusetts.
Encountering the Eucharist: How Colleges Around the Country Are Responding to the Eucharistic Revival
With hearts set aflame for the Eucharistic Lord, students adore Christ on campus.