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Catholic Higher Education Innovates to Endure
Against a backdrop of financial pressures and shifting student demographics, Catholic colleges and universities continue to adapt and evolve, just as they have since their founding.

Peer Ministry: Leading Conversations on Interreligious Issues

Peer ministers provide opportunities for fellow students to explore and develop their faith every day. Among the most important dialogues that these campus leaders can have are those that promote an understanding of the multiple faiths practiced on today’s Catholic college campuses.


Collegium Marks 25 Years and Looks with Hope Toward the Future
Like a long overdue family reunion, an event last June both celebrated the history of the Collegium program and set a vision for the coming decades.

2017 ACCU Rome Seminar: Building Bridges 
The most recent session of the ACCU program provided evidence that Catholic higher education serves as an effective vehicle to build the bridges of understanding that Pope Francis has asked Catholics to pursue.

Supporting Students with Disabilities in Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools: A Catholic Higher Education Perspective
Catholic colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to help ensure the Church is a place where students with disabilities are truly welcomed.

Answering the Call to Be Missionaries for Our Children
Bishop Robert Morneau of Green Bay speaks with one of the leaders of a formation program that assists young adults in becoming missionary disciples and answering the call to “go to the margins of our culture.”

Rescinding DACA: More than Just the Dreamers
As the “dreamers” return to campus fearing deportation, academic communities must confront the challenges that threaten not just unauthorized persons, but also the wider communities that touch Catholic higher education.



 


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