In 2001, Avery Dulles did an interview with famed television talk show host and journalist Charlie Rose. Most of you probably don’t know who Avery Dulles was. A little background on him helps illustrate the magnitude of the interview. Dulles was raised in the Presbyterian Church, became an agnostic by the time he attended Harvard, and in his early twenties converted to Catholicism.
Most people believe attending college is a time for learning about yourself, figuring out what it is you want to do with your life, and obtaining the knowledge you need to pursue your goals and contribute to the world.
On March 13, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina stepped out onto the central balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome as the newly elected Pope Francis I. In colleges and universities across the nation, he is generating unprecedented and diverse responses — all of them positive — filled with hope for the future of our faith.
We started the day at the Youth Rally in a massive stadium with nearly vertical floor to ceiling seating. On the large stage below, the Matt Maher Band played loud Christian music and got the thousands of teenagers to sing and chant along.
For Andrew Davis, what he saw at the Seek 2013 Convention at Walt Disney World "doesn't compare or match anything I've ever seen before."
The very word of Advent itself, comes from the Latin word “Advenio”, “To Come To”, and refers to the coming of Christ.
Golden shovels pierced the dirt in a landmark collaboration on October 3 at Texas A & M University-Kingsville, Texas bringing dreams and plans for kingdom-living to a groundbreaking reality. Officials from the Diocese of Corpus Christi, the University, Newman Student Housing Fund (NSHF), the local community and students gathered to celebrate the dormitory, chapel and St Thomas Aquinas Newman Center soon to rise from the landscape.
A video explaining why we as Catholics believe marriage is defined as one between one man and one woman.
The Joyful Mysteries with meditations from His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI.
I have a say: College Women speak out against the HHS mandate.
Here's is a funny parody video from the folks at Buckeye Catholic.
When I decided to write this list, I thought about how it has changed, even in the past ten years. If I were to write this list 10 years ago, it would probably include these items:
Both Serra Club members and Newman Connection volunteers gather names of Catholic high school students all across the country, organize them and send them on to campus ministers — in essence keeping them connected to the faith.