Colleges for Catholics (and Catholic Colleges)

Graduations are just around the corner, and I would assume that most high school seniors heading on to college next year have already picked their schools and are now navigating the treacherous waters of financial aid forms. However, ’tis the

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Jenkins to Glendon: "OK, We'll Find Someone Else."

Hattip to Hot Air.  Notre Dame’s reaction to the stunning Glendon withdrawal: “We are, of course, disappointed that Professor Glendon has made this decision. It is our intention to award the Laetare Medal to another deserving recipient, and we will

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Mary Ann Glendon Declines Notre Dame's Invitation

As Brendan noted a while back, the Notre Dame controversy, “has all the staying power of an inebriated relative after a dinner party.” I’m loathe to post on it again, but there has been a fairly significant development: Harvard Law

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POW Servant of God

In the midst of a World War, Emil Kapaun was born in peaceful Pilsen, Kansas on August 20, 1916.  His parents were Czech immigrants and virtually everyone in the area spoke Czech.  From an early age Emil knew that he

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Catholics Come Home Epic

A very fine video giving a brief synopsis of what the Catholic Church is all about.  It’s well worth viewing by CatholicsComeHome.org. (Biretta Tip: Aggie Catholics via Kevin Knight)

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