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Love is the Purpose of Education: Holy Spirit College in Atlanta, Georgia

By • Catholic Online • 8/7/2011

As we rapidly approach the beginning of the back to school season I reaffirm my deep conviction that the most important task we face in the restoration of a Christian culture in the West is the authentically Catholic education of the next generation. Central to this mission is the ...


Adult learners develop good study habits quickly, come to class prepared and seek to learn as much as they can in a course.

Going back to college at a later age has many benefits

By • Catholic Online • 8/5/2011

If you're well into your adulthood, settled into a career, raising a family or making a living, and considering a different path in life offered by furthering your education - educators say that you should seriously consider returning to college, at any age. It's not unusual to see college ...


A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Washington provides evidence that negative consequences are much less likely to be paired with heavy drinking in the mind of students than positive consequences.

College students fall prey to blackouts after binge drinking

By • Catholic Online • 8/3/2011

Young people, away from home and taking control of their lives fro the very first time fall into many pitfalls involving drug and alcohol abuse. Binge drinking, where the student guzzles beer, wine and liquor until passing out, is a constant problem of college life - and one that can have dire ...


Students should schedule an appointment with a career counselor early in their undergraduate career to help identify their interests and relate them to possible majors.

Is changing majors in college a major change?

By • Catholic Online • 7/28/2011

While in college, the young and insecure college student may feel the need to change their career path to pursue a different job upon graduation. It is extremely common for the student to change their major several times over the course of their academic career. Questions inevitably arise - ...


When a child leaves the nest to begin college out-of-town, it can be a traumatic time for both the child and the parent. The child may be away from home for the very first time in their young lives, and the mother or father may feel alienated, in a sense being 'fired' from a job they've held for the past 18 years.

Bond with your child even more - when they leave for college

By • Catholic Online • 7/28/2011

When a child leaves the nest to begin college out-of-town, it can be a traumatic time for both the child and the parent. The child may be away from home for the very first time in their young lives, and the mother or father may feel alienated, in a sense being "fired" from a job they've ...


Rev. Msgr. Stuart Swetland

Cardinal Newman Society, Mount St Mary's University Partner

By • Cardinal Newman Society • 7/6/2011

This is an exciting moment for Catholic colleges," said Cardinal Newman Society president Patrick J. Reilly. "The renewal of Catholic identity is underway, and the Center is at the forefront, researching and analyzing solutions to critical issues in Catholic higher education and identifying and ...


Report Exposes 'Hook-up' Culture on Catholic Campuses

By • Cardinal Newman Society • 6/17/2011

Even as Catholics celebrate this week's announcement that The Catholic University of America will return to single-sex dorms, a new report identifies a thriving "hook-up" culture on Catholic college campuses and warns of the emotional and physical costs of casual sex among students. MANASSAS, Va. ...


22-year-old Amy Fraser-McKelvie during a holiday internship with a team at Monash University's School of Physics located the mystery material within vast structures called 'filaments of galaxies.'

22-year-old college student unlocks one of the universe's secrets

By • Catholic Online • 5/31/2011

A humble 22-year-old Australian university student has helped solved one of the mysteries of the universe during her summer break. Amelia Fraser-McKelvie discovered part of the so-called "missing mass" of the universe which has puzzled astrophysicists for decades. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) ...


Catholic University of the Sacred Heart

Pope Speaks to Italian Catholic University of the Sacred Heart

By • Vatican Information Service • 5/24/2011

The Christian perspective is not in contradiction of scientific knowledge or the achievements of human ingenuity. Just the opposite, it considers faith as the horizon of meaning, the path to full truth, and the guide of authentic development. Without an orientation to the truth, without a humble ...


'It's not desirable. But people have to understand the grave consequences to this university,' U.C. President Mark G. Yudof said at a U.C. regents meeting in San Francisco.

Tuition fees may go skyward, University of California officials warn

By • Catholic Online • 5/19/2011

Unless California Governor Jerry Brown's tax extension are approved - students in the University of California system will face an 8 percent - then 32 percent increase in their tuitions, putting the price of a college education out of reach for many. Furthermore, educational officials in the Golden ...





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