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Eucharistic adoration has a drawing power on college students and young adults, Catholics and non-Catholics alike
The Church’s teaching on Mary and the Eucharist were the two biggest hurdles for 21-year-old LyLena Estabine in accepting the Catholic faith. Ahead of her full entrance into the Catholic Church, Estabine, who is also consecrated to Mary, said she expects to shed tears when receiving Holy Communion for the first time.
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.
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.
Sisters of St. Francis convent is home to 40 students at Neumann University.
Mass in the snow has been a winter tradition for St. Albert the Great Catholic University Parish in Houghton at Michigan Technological University.
The adjustment has been uniquely challenging for the Class of 2025.
Lawyers representing the Bay State have backed the official’s stance that Catholics can’t claim conscience exemptions, based on his own ‘holistic’ assessment of Church teaching on the issue.