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College Students Learn to Battle Catholic Identity Abuses on Campus
Catholic college students who attended this month’s “Standing Up for Faith & Freedom” seminar in Virginia told The Cardinal Newman Society that not only do they want to see an end to Catholic identity abuses on campuses, but they want to be part of the solution in rebuilding faithful Catholic education.<br /> <br /> “Yes, we are fighting an uphill battle,” said Joseph Shaneyfelt, a senior at the Newman Guide-recommended Benedictine College in Atc...
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Lavender Graduations Harmful to Students at Catholic Colleges
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Serving LGBT Students in Catholic Schools - How do Catholic schools best serve students who struggle with same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria (popularly called “transgendered”)? What should a school’s policies prescribe in order to prevent confusion, disputes and even litigation?  Previously, these questions were often addressed behind closed doors, as administrators worked quietly on a case-by-case basis and often within traditional moral norms. However, since this past summer’s Suprem...
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Special Report: Catholic Commencement Scandals Dishonor Class of 2016
Research conducted by The Cardinal Newman Society reveals that at least 10 Catholic colleges will be honoring individuals at their 2016 commencement ceremonies who have publicly opposed Church teaching in their statements and actions. <br /> <br /> By honoring those who disregard Catholic teaching, and holding them up as role models for students, administrators at these Catholic colleges send a dangerous message to students, betray the religious ...
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On 'Building the World You Want to Live In' - The text of an address, no doubt, reads differently from the listening to it. A lecture proposes a position, a “where-I-stand” sort of thing. A lecture is not a debate or a disputation. It can be witty, solemn, pedantic, chatty, disorganized, moving or implausible. It can be informative, logical or illogical, persuasion or unpersuasive. What is said also tells us much about what is left unsaid. Silences and absences are also, as the phenomenolog...
The text of an address, no doubt, reads differently from the listening to it. A lecture proposes a position, a “where-I-stand” sort of thing. A lecture is not a debate or a disputation. It can be witty, solemn, pedantic, chatty, disorganized, moving or implausible. It can be informative, logical or illogical, persuasion or unpersuasive. What is said also tells us much about what is left <g class="gr_ gr_23 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_run_anim Punctuatio...
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Georgetown University Rally for Planned Parenthood Endangered Souls
Georgetown University officials must take full responsibility for the scandalous, immoral and anti-Catholic comments made by the president of Planned Parenthood to students yesterday — with the full approval and defense of the nation’s oldest Catholic university — and they should make immediate changes to their speaker policy to uphold truth and avoid endangering the souls of their students. <br /> <br /> The <a href="https://www.georgetown.edu/m...
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Newman Society on EWTN: 'The Catholic University as Witness'
Patrick Reilly, <g class="gr_ gr_6 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_run_anim Punctuation only-ins replaceWithoutSep" id="6" data-gr-id="6">founder</g> and president of The Cardinal Newman Society, will appear on the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) program "Franciscan University Presents" next week to discuss the special witness Catholic colleges and universities are called to give. <br /> <br /> Reilly will join the show's host Michael Hernon, vice pr...
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Jesuit Priests’ Proposal to Challenge Planned Parenthood at Georgetown Was Rejected
Two Jesuit professors at Georgetown University lobbied to have a pro-life speaker on-stage with Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards when she spoke on campus, but the proposal — made to help facilitate the “free exchange of ideas” — was rejected by the organizers of the event, the campus newspaper <em>The Hoya</em> <a href="http://www.thehoya.com/richards-event-sees-gu-dc-backlash/">reported</a>. <br /> <br /> “It’s wounding to me that students...
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Special Report: Church Leaders Honored by Faithful Catholic Colleges
Even while at least 10 Catholic colleges have made scandalous choices for commencement speakers and honorees this year (see our separate roundup), colleges recognized in <a href="http://www.cardinalnewmansociety.org/TheNewmanGuide/RecommendedColleges.aspx"><em>The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College</em></a> by The Cardinal Newman Society will instead highlight their strong commitment to Catholic education by honoring top leaders in the C...
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Wyoming Catholic College Picks New President: Dr. Glenn Arbery
The <em><a href="http://www.cardinalnewmansociety.org/TheNewmanGuide/RecommendedColleges.aspx">Newman Guide</a></em>-recommended Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, Wyo., announced on Monday that Dr. Glenn Arbery will succeed Dr. Kevin Roberts as the College’s next president. <br /> <br /> Arbery served as academic dean and an associate professor of humanities before being named <g class="gr_ gr_17 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_run_anim Grammar only-ins d...
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Encourage, Enact and Enforce: Witnessing to the Church’s Teachings on Chastity During the College Years
The Church has always taught the beauty of human sexuality and that each person, made in the image and likeness of God, should live chastely, according to his vocation. Although not a recent phenomenon, our society has in many ways become blind to these beautiful teachings of the Church and has espoused a radically new, secular view of the human person. This new philosophy has affected all aspects of the moral life, not only those that involve hu...
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LMU Jesuit Community Rector Endorses Honor of Pro-Abortion Clinton
The rector of the Jesuit community at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles, Calif., thinks LMU is justified in honoring the life of former President Bill Clinton as long as it’s clear that the University is ignoring all of the immoral and evil actions committed in the past, and present, by Clinton when bestowing that honor. <br /> <br /> The student-run <em><a href="http://www.laloyolan.com/news/breaking-bill-clinton-to-speak-at-comme...
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Founded in 1993, the mission of The Cardinal Newman Society is to promote and defend faithful Catholic education.

The Society seeks to fulfill its mission in numerous ways, including supporting education that is faithful to the teaching and tradition of the Catholic Church; producing and disseminating research and publications on developments and best practices in Catholic education; and keeping Catholic leaders and families informed. 

The Society is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization supported by individuals, businesses and foundations.  Join the movement for faithful Catholic education today by making a donation or signing up for a no-cost membership.

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