Higher Ed News

A First for University of Mary

Increasingly attractive to students seeking a faithful Catholic education, North Dakota’s University of Mary may need to launch a waiting list.

Higher Ed News

Integrating academia and student life

University of Mary takes an innovative approach to Catholic education and identity with its Residence Life Scholars program

K-12 News

Catholic schools and student virtue

Until now, there has been little research performed within the school choice debate about character and student virtue

Higher Ed News

Great ideas at Walsh University

Many of the talks contain an explicit Catholic message—highlighting Walsh’s Catholic identity—within the perimeters of the great ideas

Catholic Identity News

A Catholic educator and a revolutionary

In France, Ferdi McDermott is doing something unique and extraordinary in faithful Catholic education

Catholic Identity News

Pope Benedict’s seed blooms as ‘morning glory’

A vision of God should be our constant and only quest—even within our daily duties of work, play, friendships, and entertainment

Higher Ed News

Monuments bathed in red

Catholic educators must continue to remind the world of the blood of the martyrs—those in the past and those in our own day

Higher Ed News

Honoring the life and legacy of Germain Grisez

If Catholic colleges are to be reformed, that reform must start by putting faith back at the heart of the institution as the structuring principle of its activity

Higher Ed News

Names are significant to reality

University of Dayton encourages gender-inclusive language for husband and wife

Higher Ed News

University of Mary celebrates Catholic Studies father, Dr. Don Briel

Students reflect on Briel’s profound impact as mentor and model of the Catholic faith