The first black priest of the United States Father Augustus Tolton, regarded as the first U.S. black priest, overcame racial ...

Theology courses still at the core of Catholic curriculum They remain vital to sustaining a school’s identity, students’ faith at institutions ...

Campus missionaries keep the focus on Jesus Christ A look at how missionary program has changed the lives of students at colleges ...

Opening the Word: The Gospel's puzzling parable

Opening the Word: The Gospel's puzzling parable What the parable of the dishonest steward can teach us about the importance of prudence

College students put faith into action locally, globally Catholic college programs allow students to live out the Gospel message through ...

Donating bodies for Alzheimer's research A growing number of religious are participating in studies to discover treatments for ...

Duo brings mercy, hope to the poor in Buffalo, N.Y. The founders of a mission in Buffalo envisioned serving the poor, abandoned

Editorial: Addressing the greatest crisis facing the Church ‘Adults’ formation in faith is essential for the Church to carry out its mandate.’

Fr. Robert Barron: The dangers of heroic materialism Making scientific and material progress the ultimate goal breeds soullessness

How Catholic colleges are fostering spirituality on campus Schools offer unique faith formation programs to inspire students to deeper ...

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