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How to Be a Successful College Graduate

June 25, AD2017 3 Comments
How to Be a Successful College Graduate

This piece is not what you might think. I’m not going to tell you how to get your dream job, climb the corporate ladder, navigate social circles, or make an obvious impact on society. I won’t tell you those things, partly because I don’t know them, but also because I want to challenge their status […]

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A Catholic Often Gets the Short End of the Stick on Both Sides of Academia

June 7, AD2017 4 Comments
A Catholic Often Gets the Short End of the Stick on Both Sides of Academia

Paul Griffiths is an expert on Catholic thought, holding the Warren Professor of Catholic thought at Duke Divinity School but this past month he was forced to resign for questioning liberal orthodoxy. On the other hand, last week, the Newman Society listed nine Catholic colleges who were commencement speakers who disagreed with Catholic teaching. One […]

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14 Ways to Help Your Child Maintain Catholic Faith in College

August 30, AD2015 3 Comments
14 Ways to Help Your Child Maintain Catholic Faith in College

No doubt college is an exciting and dangerous time, a time of independence mixed with heavy doses of temptation, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also be a time of spiritual growth as well. As we send our children off to college, it is important to remember the influence we still have over them and to encourage them […]

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Threats to Catholicism on College Campuses

August 29, AD2015 40 Comments
Threats to Catholicism on College Campuses

I was angry, but not as angry as I should have been. I was kind of curious, too: What would she say? How could the speaker justify her actions? How could my Catholic university justify its actions?” I sat in the classroom listening to the woman from Planned Parenthood and wondered again why my Catholic university had allowed this […]

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Benefits of Being Catholic at a Nondenominational University

May 7, AD2014 10 Comments
Benefits of Being Catholic at a Nondenominational University

\”You are looking into that school?\” Many of my parents\’ friends looked at me with narrowed eyes. \”Every student has to take 20 credits of Bible classes. Imagine that: learning faith from a non-Catholic point of view.\” In response, I smiled nervously and shrugged my shoulders. Despite my excitement at the nondenominational school I had […]

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