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The Society of Jesus without Jesus

Jesus does not appear in a new article extoling Jesuits at Georgetown, nor is His name in the university’s description of its ‘Catholic and Jesuit’ values

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Catholic school comeback in Philly!

Parents want to choose Catholic education for the religious and moral tethering it can provide their children in a world that often seems bereft of meaning

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Buckle down, Machiavelli, buckle down

Academic freedom, freedom of speech, and freedom of the press are all oriented toward that greater good, which is truth

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John Bosco inspires new campus ministry

Arlington, Va., priest founds ministry to bring fallen-away Catholics back to the Faith

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The Pope, Portugal and American ‘Catholic’ universities

The Church has urgent truths to bring to the world, and the world will always be in some degree of enmity against the truth

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Are the liberal arts meaningless?

Why are students turning their back on the Humanities? The evidence is clear—and not what you might expect

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The storm in Ireland

The Church, which sustained Ireland through persecution, poverty, and famine, has been nearly capsized by scandal and undermined by dissent and confusion

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A visit to the University of Mary

Monsignor Shea has overseen a rapid growth in enrollment inspired by radical, innovative approaches to development and a deep commitment to the Catholic liberal arts

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Christ at the center in San Francisco Catholic schools… really!

It is in front of the Blessed Sacrament that both a school’s faculty and students find the real end of their Catholic education

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Timidity at Assumption College

Liberal fright and the flight from reason: Catholic college in Massachusetts disinvites scholar after threat of violence from ‘anti-fascist’ group