Tag: catholic

Extracurricular Activities to Nurture Your Faith on Campus

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Associate Vice President and Dean of Undergraduate Admission, Loyola University Chicago

Catholic students have ample opportunities to nurture their faith with college extracurriculars. Here are some options to get involved and connected on campus. read more

Christmas on Campus

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Web Content Manager, New England Law | Boston

Let's talk about some of the fun and often meaningful ways to celebrate the Christmas season on campus (whether you're actively involved in your faith or not!). read more

How College Changed My Outlook on Religion

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Morehead State University

Being exposed to different religions at college was a new and eye-opening experience for this student, changing the way she saw the world and her faith. read more

Praying to the Patron Saints of the College Search: A Look at Catholic Schools

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Student, Gonzaga University

A sophomore at Gonzaga University explains what role religion plays on her campus and what you can expect if you choose to attend a Catholic college. read more

The Heart of Campus Ministry

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Director of Campus Ministry, Molloy College

Sure, campus ministry is about helping at church, volunteering, and sharing your faith with your peers. But it's also something much more fundamental to the Catholic college experience. read more

Dare to Be More With Catholic Education

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Assistant Director of Admission, Coordinator for Campus Visits and Events, Saint Martin's University

In the college search, cost, academics, and location are certainly important. But is there more to higher education? Could there be? read more

Catholic Education: For the Person You Want to Be

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Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of St. Thomas

At Catholic colleges and universities, students thrive and succeed in every aspect of their lives. Consider a Catholic education in your college search process. read more

A Look Inside the Soul of Service Learning

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Vice President of Student Development, Lincoln Christian University

Service learning is, in a very technical sense, just that: learning through service. But why does this matter? Here, we explore the philosophical and spiritual foundations of service learning. read more

Theology and Religious Studies: Providing a Foundation for Life

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Assistant Professor of Theology, Marymount University

If you have ever voiced your thoughts about majoring in theology or religious studies, you might have been greeted with, "What are you going to do with that?" Well, this is what! read more

A Protestant Fish in a Catholic Pond

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Senior Assistant Editor, Scholarship Manager, Wintergreen Orchard House

I was raised Protestant, but, truth be told, I was never really thrilled with the religion thing. With that, going to a Catholic college was nowhere on or near the list of things I wanted out of my future college. Somehow, though, I found myself enrolled at Merrimack College a small, independent Catholic school in Massachusetts. As it turned out, the school proved to me that sometimes the things you think you don't like or don't want are the ones that you need the most. read more