Treatment With Purpose
As concerns over student mental health increase, Catholic colleges find solutions rooted in values.
Scholar and Future Saint: The Legacy of John Henry Newman
Although Catholic higher education has changed considerably since Newman’s time, his ideas continue to be relevant for today’s leaders.
Faith, Scholarship, and Catholic News
Catholic newspapers offer a unique resource on the faith and religious history, making the Catholic press an indispensable resource for teaching and scholarship.
‘Providence’ Guides Our Lady of the Lake University
In an effort to keep the gifts of its founders alive, Our Lady of the Lake University relies on a program that builds on staff, faculty, and administrators’ natural curiosity about religious life and invites them to help carry on the charism.
The Necessity of the Humanities at a Catholic University: A Theological Defense
If the humanities are going to thrive at Catholic colleges and universities, faculty and administrators must make the case that losing the humanities would do irreparable harm to the very idea of a Catholic institution.
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Taking the Financial Temperature of Catholic Colleges
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