Notre Dame’s Tamara Kay claims she’s promoting abortion not as a professor but ‘as a private citizen, so that’s been cleared by the university.’
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The coming decade is likely to be rough on Catholic higher education throughout the United States.
The Kansas City, Kansas, school’s beginning-of-the-year traditions are deeply rooted in the rich Benedictine tradition from which it was born.
The aim is to train medical doctors faithful to Catholic ethics while addressing national shortfalls in medical care.
John Garvey’s new book ‘The Virtues’ is a timely reflection on the virtues that draws from commencement addresses he gave to graduates at The Catholic University of America.
Benedictine College ‘Freedom Fellows’ Combine Martin Luther King Jr.’s Vision With Catholic Education
Program aims to create a Catholic vision of diversity on campus and empower students to be the first in their family to receive a college education and become leaders.
‘I want our students to feel inspired to be outstanding leaders who are dedicated to rebuilding culture because of their intellectual formation and because of their moral and theological formation,’ he says.
The monks of St. Anselm College are suing its board of trustees, alleging that the trustees’ proposed expansion of their powers puts the college at risk of secularization.