A preferred pronouns controversy, a Planned Parenthood bake sale, and the removal of St. Junipero Serra’s statue have added more concerns about the Los Angeles Jesuit university’s commitment to its Catholic identity. But some see a way forward for hope.
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COMMENTARY: With its decision to laud the vice president and the former speaker of the House of Representatives, the preeminent U.S. Catholic university has sacrificed truth for false civility.
The school administration attributes Davis’ campus appearance to Notre Dame’s ‘open-speaker policy,’ but critics note that the university’s gender studies department was a co-sponsor.
The firing of two professors, who were reinstated today, cast a national spotlight on the direction its Catholic identity has taken under President Simon Newman.
The federal government’s reinterpretation of Title IX to include ‘gender identity’ is generating concern on Catholic campuses.
In what may have been his final address to the U.S. bishops, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò expressed his hope that the bishops and religious orders would draw strength from their history to face new critical challenges.
‘We believe we can make decisions about who can form our children in the faith,’ said Megan Schrieber, who has been attacked for raising concerns about the recently fired religious-education teacher.
The Catholic University of America and Australian Catholic University collaborate in ‘three-continent endeavor’ to enrich Western culture education.