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Catholic universities are bastions of informed and adventurous secularism. In fact, the more overtly and decidedly Catholic a university becomes the more it is able to contribute to secular Canadian society.
VATICAN CITY - To be truly formative, Catholic higher education has to continue to entrench students with human values, particularly the value of transcendence, said Pope Francis.
Going crazy isn’t what it used to be on campus. Mental illness is no longer a problem of weak or immature students to be sniggered at or ignored.
EDMONTON - The hectic times at Newman Theological Bookstore, as at any college or university bookstore, are the start of each semester.
Journalists, taxi drivers, musicians and motels have all had their economic apple carts upset by the Internet. Theology professors are discovering they too are not immune from the game-changing, democratizing effect of the world wide web.
Despite shuttering its doors and selling its campus in 1969, St. Dunstan’s University is still maintaining the presence of Catholic education on Prince Edward Island.
Last year Pope Francis told writers Andrea Tornielli and Giacomo Galeazzi, “This economy kills.” This year Ottawa’s Saint Paul University is launching a practical program in techniques for building a different kind of economy.
TORONTO - Angelo Minardi aims to help students at the University of St. Michael’s College find a sense of community within St. Basil’s parish.
King’s University College is bringing some international flavour to its southwestern Ontario campus.
With 150 years of Catholic education under its belt, St. Jerome’s University is celebrating the school year with a new vision.
King’s University College has always been green, said principal David Sylvester, not just in its school colours but also in practice.