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UST Celts FOCUS on Spiritual Life

By • University of St. Thomas • 11/6/2012

The Fellowship of Catholic University Students, or FOCUS, is beginning its sixth year of service at the University of St. Thomas. Aiding in the spiritual growth and development of students, FOCUS has become an integral resource in UST's mission to educate leaders of faith and character. FOCUS is a ...


University of St. Thomas Named to Cardinal Newman Guide for Catholicity

By • University of St. Thomas • 10/31/2012

The University of St. Thomas was named among 22 U.S. Catholic colleges and universities recommended by the Cardinal Newman Society, and one of the top 28 Catholic colleges and universities worldwide. The 2012-2013 edition of "The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College" features UST in its ...


UST Freshman Pens Children's Adventure Book by 18

By • University of St. Thomas • 10/29/2012

University of St. Thomas freshman Janna Tierney can proudly tout that she successfully self-published her first book, "Kerry, Ireland A.D. 800," before she turned 18. HOUSTON, TX (Catholic online) - University of St. Thomas freshman Janna Tierney can proudly tout that she successfully ...


UST Dinner, Lecture Celebrates Faithful Citizenship

By • University of St. Thomas • 10/27/2012

The University of St. Thomas Center for Faith and Culture held its second annual Faithful Citizenship Dinner and Lecture on Oct. 3. About 130 friends, supporters and students of the CFC gathered at River Oaks Country Club to celebrate faithful citizenship and engage with Georgetown scholar Dr. John ...


he California Institute of Technology has been rated as the Number One university in the United States. In addition, the University of California campuses at Berkeley and Los Angeles have maintained their top 20 positions in the list, in spite of massive state funding cuts to higher education.

California Institute of Technology tops list of world's universities

By • Catholic Online • 10/5/2012

California schools and universities have suffered recent budget - to little avail. The California Institute of Technology has been rated as the Number One university in the United States. In addition, the University of California campuses at Berkeley and Los Angeles have maintained their ...


Notre Dame Folk Choir

University of Notre Dame Folk Choir to Accompany Football Team to Emerald Isle Classic

By • Catholic Online • 8/29/2012

Thirty-four members of the University of Notre Dame Folk Choir will accompany the Fighting Irish to the Emerald Isle Classic where they will perform at the Welcome Home pep rally and the pre-game Mass. The Folk Choir will perform alongside a variety of acclaimed singers and ensembles, including ...


The Anti-Pontifical Anti-Catholic University of Peru

By • Catholic Online • 8/6/2012

Really, the decree of the Holy See is recognizing de jure what is already de facto obvious to any honest observer.  Whatever this Peruvian university is under its Rector Marcial Rubio Correo, it is neither Pontifical nor Catholic.  Indeed, it is anti-Pontifical and ...


Cardinal Burke

Cardinal Burke Says Theologians' Mandatum Should Be Required by Colleges, Disclosed to Students

By • Cardinal Newman Society • 7/25/2012

"The Catholic university will want that all its teachers of theology or the theological disciplines have a mandate and will not retain the professor in teaching Catholic theology or the theological disciplines who does not have a mandate, because to do so would be to call into question the whole ...


Pope Benedict XVI's Sinks His Teeth Into the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

By • Catholic Online • 7/24/2012

The university has not understood its Catholic and Pontifical duties.  It has turned its back on the Catholic and Magisterial light, sadly necessitating what is an unprecedented move in the history of the Church.  Though long in coming, it shows that Pope Benedict XVI has teeth. CORPUS ...


Despite not speaking a word of German when he arrived, Shouryya Ray will sit Germany's high school leaving exams, two years ahead of his peers.

Einstein is still alive? 16-year-old boy solves Isaac Newton's 300-year-old riddle

By • Catholic Online • 5/30/2012

A German 16-year-old teenage boy, born in India but now living in Germany, has become the first person to solve a mathematical problem posed 300 years ago by Sir Isaac Newton. According to newspaper reports, Shouryya Ray worked out how to calculate exactly the path of a projectile under ...





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