Entries by Kelly Salomon

Jason Evert: Faithful College ‘Opened Doors’ for Chastity Ministry

More than one million people on six continents have heard about the virtue of chastity, because of the wonderful Chastity Project, led by Jason and Crystalina Evert. The catalyst for the entire ministry? Jason’s experience at a faithful Catholic college. “Franciscan University of Steubenville prepared me for the ministry God entrusted us with and opened the doors […]

Dominican Sister Discerned Vocation in ‘Silence’ of College Chapels

Editor’s Note: This article is part of our new “Profiles in Faithful Catholic Education” series which features graduates of faithful Catholic schools and Newman Guide colleges who are leading the renewal of the Church. Other recent profiles can be found here and here. For one Dominican sister, two years on a faithful Catholic college campus were just what […]

Holy Eucharist Adored at Faithful Catholic Colleges

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 their sole focus on “worldly success.” Then she visited a faithful Catholic college and ducked into the perpetual Adoration chapel to say a prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament. […]

Preparing Medical Professionals Who Reject Planned Parenthood

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 a wake-up call to Catholics to better educate future health care professionals about the reality of abortion and what true health care means. It’s a strong reason why renewing faithful […]

Students Discerning Priesthood Find Support at Faithful Catholic Colleges

A high school student who thinks he may be called to the priesthood faces a hostile culture today—sadly even in the secularized environment of many Catholic schools and colleges. But faithful Catholic colleges offer students the opportunity for a quality education while discerning a calling to the priesthood with the support and encouragement of professors, […]

Catholic Lessons From the College Admissions Scandal

The college admissions fraud that was revealed last week brings up an important topic for Catholic families: what should be our priorities in the college search? Actresses, wealthy business owners and others are accused of acting desperately to secure the “big school name” for their son or daughter. The parents allegedly found ways for their […]