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Statement Regarding Franciscan University of Steubenville and The Newman Guide

CNS Staff

Earlier this week, a report by Church Militant revealed that the chairman of the English department at Newman Guide-recommended Franciscan University of Steubenville (FUS) assigned…

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Student With Perfect ACT Score Attends Faithful Catholic College

Kelly Salomon

As a National Merit Finalist with a perfect ACT score, Joseph Barnes could have gone pretty much anywhere for college. He chose a faithful Catholic…

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Photo Gallery: Faithful Catholic Colleges Know How to Celebrate Advent

CNS Staff

A campus-wide Nativity-making competition is just one example of the many creative ways that faithful Catholic colleges live out the Advent season. 

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Only Catholic College in Georgia Announces Exciting Relaunch Plans

Kelly Salomon

Beginning in the fall of 2019, college-bound students will once again have a faithful Catholic option in Georgia, with the re-launch of Holy Spirit College’s…

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California College to Help Catholic Revival in New England

Kelly Salomon

“The Catholic Church in New England will soon have a new higher education option with the arrival of Thomas Aquinas College, a well-respected Great Books…

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With Second Miracle, Will Newman Be Canonized Soon?

Patrick Reilly

Deo gratias! The Vatican reportedly has recognized a second miracle through the intercession of Blessed John Henry Newman, paving the way to a possible canonization next year. Newman—a…

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Something More

Céline Gaeta

Editor’s Note: The Cardinal Newman Society recently announced its third annual Essay Scholarship Contest with a $5,000 prize for high school seniors who have signed…

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Newman Society Announces Third Annual Essay Scholarship Contest

Newman Society Staff

The Cardinal Newman Society is pleased to announce its third annual Essay Scholarship Contest. The winner of the Contest will be awarded $5,000 toward the…