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Catholic universities and colleges continue to ignore Ex Corde Ecclesiae

As we approach the 20th anniversary of what was supposed to be the implementation of Ex Corde Ecclesiae, there still are very few Catholic college administrators willing to even discuss the document. And even fewer […]

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Catholic college graduations, like the academic year, have made changes

Catholic college graduation ceremonies — like everything else this past year — look different. But they are primarily happening in-person unlike last year, when many ceremonies were canceled or took place virtually.

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In pandemic, Catholic college students still build community, do outreach

In a school year turned upside down by the pandemic, groups of students at the Marianist-run University of Dayton in Ohio have been striving to keep some things constant: Supporting each other in their faith and reaching out to the school community.

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