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Nation
Susan Klemond
College ministry leaders ready to dialogue with students about George Floyd’s death and related events.
Education
Stephen Beale
Higher education looks different this fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Education
Joseph O’Brien
Special Report: Institutions of higher learning detail their response to coronavirus in a Register survey as they prepare to open classrooms and dorms this fall.
Education
Victoria R. LaFave
Diocese of Marquette Catholic schools are the first in the nation to adopt such a focus; high school to follow.
Education
Joan Frawley Desmond
Parents weigh educational options as the new school year looms.
Education
Judy Roberts
Educational analysts explain that Catholic and other private schools are a national benefit, and allow families the choices they need to provide the best outcome for their kids.
Education
Susan Klemond
Catholic school leaders continue to navigate the uncharted territory of a new school year during the pandemic, but equipped with flexibility, creativity and a detailed plan.
Education
Patti Armstrong
Modern technology aids learning during the pandemic.
Education
Patti Armstrong
‘We like to sell fun, inspiring and faith-filled books,’ says Lizette Lantigua, founder and CEO of the Good News! Book Fair.
Education
Mary Rose Short
In-person ceremonies have been postponed due to the coronavirus.
Nation
Jim Graves
Formation continues online, as does raising needed funds to sustain the seminaries themselves.
Education
Mary Rose Short
How collegiate life has spurred searching in minds and hearts.
Education
Stephen Beale
Shifting from classroom lessons to e-learning has substantial challenges, but educational entities are coping through a variety of innovations.
Education
Peter Jesserer Smith
Franciscan University of Steubenville-Catholic University in Erbil Partnership Benefits Students, Aids Iraq
Nation
Stephen Beale
The monks of St. Anselm College are suing its board of trustees, alleging that the trustees’ proposed expansion of their powers puts the college at risk of secularization.
Education
Peter Jesserer Smith
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK: Faithful education rides on innovating funding, governance models, parents and educators say.
Education
Patti Armstrong
Faith plus fun equals an exciting annual challenge for Catholic Schools Week.
Education
Peter Jesserer Smith
Efforts to advance educational mission in 2019 include new ways of putting their Catholic values into action.
Education
Solène Tadié
More families, inspired by U.S. example, choose alternative to public instruction.
Nation
Stephen Beale
While the McCarrick scandal indicates the need for further progress, many significant improvements to improve priestly formation have been instituted in recent years.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Part 2 of a Register report on allegations of sexual misconduct and the existence of an entrenched homosexual subculture at the Diocese of Buffalo’s seminary.
Education
Susanna Spencer
Engaging the layperson in the legacy of the 20th-century Catholic philosopher.
Education
Stephen Beale
The Thomistic Institute free course introduces who St. Thomas Aquinas was, explains the basic concepts of his philosophy, and outlines his masterpiece, the Summa Theologiae.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
An outside review has acknowledged that Theodore McCarrick committed ‘sexual harassment’ there, but the university has provided little clarity about the review’s overall findings, or about planned reforms.
Education
K.V. Turley
His writing apostolate included more than 20,000 letters.
Education
Stephen Beale
Cardinal John Henry Newman was a college man.Today there are an estimated 2,000 Newman Centers on campuses around the country.
Education
Catholic News Agency
A hand-painted sign appeared outside DeBartolo Hall, close to the football stadium, the week of Sept. 19. And an op-ed bore the same title as the sign.
Education
Jonathan Liedl
A hallmark of the 25-year-old program at Creighton University has been the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Education
The Editors
Our annual look at faithfully Catholic colleges and universities.
Education
Joseph O’Brien
A new chapter begins for TAC.