Cardinal Newman Society

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Who Will Defend Catholic Education?

Patrick Reilly

Recent lawsuits by teachers fired from Catholic schools are part of a growing threat to Catholic education. Our schools and colleges increasingly face harmful lawsuits,…

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Holy Eucharist Adored at Faithful Catholic Colleges

Kelly Salomon

For one student, visiting prospective colleges left her feeling “uncertain and worried.” Brigid Ambuul of California toured five secular universities, but she wasn’t convinced by…

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Yet Another Lawsuit Against the Church

Patrick Reilly

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is the target of yet another lawsuit — this one from a guidance counselor whose contract to help form students at Roncalli High School…

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EWTN Video: Newman Society Discusses Latest Threats to Catholic Education

Newman Society Staff

Newman Society President Patrick Reilly was recently hosted on EWTN News Nightly to discuss the latest threats facing Catholic schools and colleges. “We’ve been seeing…

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Catholic College ‘Shaped Who I Am,’ Says Nashville Dominican

Newman Society Staff

Sister Scholastica Niemann of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia in Nashville, Tenn., is one of many religious sisters whose vocation was nurtured by faithful…

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Preparing Medical Professionals Who Reject Planned Parenthood

Kelly Salomon

The ouster of Planned Parenthood’s president, who disappointed activists for not being aggressive enough on abortion despite her defense of horrific state laws, should be…

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College Years ‘Uniquely Formative,’ Says Dominican Sister

Kelly Salomon

Editor’s Note: Over the next several weeks, the Newman Society will be featuring profiles of graduates of faithful Catholic schools and Newman Guide colleges who…

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Educators Need More than ‘Male and Female He Created Them’

Patrick Reilly

The Vatican has reasserted one of the most basic facts of Christian anthropology: “Male and Female He created them,” which is good as far as…