Mission Makes Its Mark at Catholic Universities
Catholic colleges and universities are using wine tastings, retreats, and salon sessions to embed and deepen their defining values into students and faculty.
A tribute to Howard Gray, SJ
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Applying the Catholic Social Tradition to University Licensing
While many Catholic institutions have turned to investing and licensing to bring in additional income, to what extent are colleges monitoring their agreements with auxiliary service firms to ensure compliance with the key principles of the Catholic Social Tradition?
Living the Mission Through Mental Health Care
Foundational to the mission and identity of Catholic institutions is a holistic approach to students’ formation and growth, including their academic and personal formation. Counseling centers on college campuses are often the primary source of mental health care for students, and Catholic institutions are no exception.
Catholic News of Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow at Your Fingertips
Responding to the pleas of scholars, newspaper editors, archivists, and librarians, the Catholic Research Resources Alliance is providing online access to decades worth of Catholic newspapers and, in the process, is preserving Catholicism’s history.
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