Cardinal Newman Society

Promoting and Defending Faithful Catholic Education
  1. Freshman Orientation with a Purpose

    Orientation at a faithful Catholic college is ad Orientem, toward the rising and risen Christ.

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  2. Never Tolerate Bad Apples

    St. John Bosco knew the danger of tolerance when it came to evil, especially an evil attitude.

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  3. Growing Your Faith on Campus

    The importance of the first couple weeks of a college semester cannot be overstated. It’s a critical time for you to get involved with your faith and activities that will help surround you with good friends…

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  4. Should the Church Be a Permissive Parent?

    With concerns swirling around the Vatican Synod on Young People this October, we need to renew the once-familiar notion of the Church as mother to the Faithful.

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  5. Learning from the Love Doctor

    St. Gregory’s example applies to today’s problems and their solution: faithful Catholic education.

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  6. Is Odysseus One of Us?

    Odysseus serves as an image of "homo viator," man on a journey.

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  7. Fowl Play is Good for Education

    Keeping various creatures in the classroom or on school grounds adds something special to education.

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  8. C. S. Lewis and Classical Education

    The end of education is the inculcation of virtue.

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  9. Teaching Literature and Religion in the Labyrinth

    Teaching the Catholic faith in the context of literature is both natural and essential.

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  10. Pursuing Knowledge and Truth is a Family Affair

    Parents should actively participate in the college discernment process.

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