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In another of their series of philosophical works, Tenet has Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel speak of the value of education on Brunswick St opposite the Australian Catholic University campus. An observer has edited the quote to current gender neutral language. … This post was first published on Fitzroyalty. © Brian Ward.

Catholic college restores employee after LGBT hate crime investigation over her pro-family views

Gigi Kurz will get her job back at Loyola Marymount University after he was suspended and accused of a hate crime for defending Catholic teaching on gender.

CUA president’s painfully simple advice to other Catholic universities

'If the university follows it, the university will be Catholic,' he said. 'If it doesn’t, it won’t.'

Revealing the 'taboo' of retirement for Catholic priests; declining population, burnout

You've heard about physician shortages and physician burnout. But, Catholic priests? According to a researcher at Florida Atlantic University, Catholic priests in the United States are in a similar predicament with even fewer options or opportunities to retire from their diocese. And, unlike medicine, priesthood is not a lucrative profession. read more

Catholic Nursing Home Sued for Refusing to Kill Patients in Euthanasia

Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship […]

Just in time for Independence Day: Learn about Catholic patriots of the American Revolution

“The Archivists’ Nook” on the website of The Catholic University of America’s libraries has a great lesson for us all about “Catholic contributions to the national cause.” Most of us may know well that Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Maryland,  was the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence — and he was a cousin […]

Youngest Victim in Pulse Nightclub Shooting Pleaded to 911 Dispatcher, ‘I Don’t Want to Die’

Akyra Murray, 18, had just graduated from West Catholic Preparatory High School in Philadelphia. She was set to play college basketball at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. On June 12, she had traveled with her family to Orlando, Fla., and gone out to Pulse nightclub to celebrate the closing of one chapter in her life […]

MPD Fatally Shoots Man Allegedly Found With BB Gun

The incident took place last night near Catholic University. [ more › ]

Catholic U Prof: There Is Really 'No Expectation' of Fidelity in Gay Marriages

Catholic University of America professor Paul Sullins said Friday that there is no expectation of sexual faithfulness in many gay marriages, noting that studies have shown only a small minority of gay marriages are truly monogamous.

Catholic universities must insure abortion, Obama administration rules

'The Obama administration is once again making a mockery of the law,' said Casey Mattox of the Alliance Defending Freedom.

Obama's health advisors reject Catholic challenge to California's required abortion coverage

California’s requirement that health insurers cover elective abortions was upheld Tuesday by the Obama administration, which rejected a conscience-based challenge from several Catholic schools and universities seeking to be exempted because of their religious beliefs.  The civil rights office at...

'Them' and 'Us' No More?

Among the commentary in the wake of the Orlando shooting was a Facebook video by Jesuit priest Fr. James Martin. In it, he criticized some Catholic bishops for not universally naming the “LGBT community” in pastoral messages of solicitude in response to the grave violence. Show More Summary

Europe’s 100 Most Innovative Universities

(Reuters) - At first glance, the most innovative universities in Europe don't appear to have much in common. Some are Catholic schools, some are secular, others are state-run and some are private. One is 920 years old. Another has been an independent institution for less than a decade. They’re scattered across the continent, some in large cities, others in rural areas.

Historic seminary that hosted 2 popes looks to relocate

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A historic seminary near Philadelphia that two popes have visited is looking to relocate. Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary announced Tuesday it wants to affiliate with a local Roman Catholic college or university and move its entire operation into newly constructed buildings on or near that school’s campus. The seminary, which occupies 75 […]

There Are Now More Non-Religious People in England and Wales Than All Christians Combined

In a stunning analysis of the religious demographics in England and Wales (but not Scotland and Northern Ireland), Professor Stephen Bullivant of St Mary's Catholic University in Twickenham found that the percentage of non-religiousShow More Summary

More Questions About Why Georgetown University Sold Slaves To Make Money

Slavery is a word that makes most people cringe, and it’s causing some real problems right now for Georgetown University, because the Catholic institution of higher learning is being asked to explain the details of a slave sale in 1838 to make money to benefit Georgetown University (and its enrollment of all white students at... Show More Summary

Notre Dame honors pro-abortion Joe Biden despite pro-life protests

Pro-life protesters believe the Catholic university has 'turn[ed] their backs on' the unborn.

Vatican education official: ‘Dialogue’ at Catholic universities must lead to truth

A good Catholic university should have a clear vision, mission and standpoint which should be grounded in its belief in the Gospel, in Jesus Christ.

At Mount St. Mary’s graduation, a celebration to end a tumultuous year

The small Catholic university endured a leadership crisis and is seeking to move on.

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