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2019

  • Julia Young, Ph.D. Headshot

    Even as President Trump slams the door on refugees, there is reason for hope

    Julia Young, associate professor, history, published commentary in The Washington Post about how our immigration history can give us hope for the future.

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  • Culture Shock in College

    Rachel Stevens, senior, media and communications major, published commentary on Her Campus about culture shock in college. 

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    Japan and South Korea Are Locked in A Bitter Dispute With Global Implications

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics and director, Asian studies, was interviewed on Global Dispatches about Korea and Japan tensions. 

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  • John K. White, Ph.D. Headshot

    Only a President Biden would rid us of the Trump era

    John Kenneth White, professor, politics, published commentary in The Hill on why Democratic candidate Joe Biden could beat President Trump in the 2020 election. 

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  • Kurt Martens, J.C.D. Headshot

    Case of Bishop Hart shows role clericalism plays in abuse cover-up

    Kurt Martens, professor, canon law, was quoted in Crux about the case of Bishop Joseph Hart and the significance if he is stripped of his title and laicized if found guilty.

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  • Lucia Silecchia, J.D. Headshot

    Analysis: What is next for pro-life legislation?

    Lucia Silecchia, professor, law, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about the injunction issued on Missouri's abortion ban and how state laws will proceed.

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  • Chen Guangcheng Headshot

    Trump has the right strategy on Beijing. As a Chinese dissident, I’d know.

    Chen Guangcheng, distinguished fellow, IPR, published commentary in The Washington Post about Trump’s strategy with China. 

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  • The options for U.S. withdrawal in Afghanistan? Either a bad deal or no deal at all

    Gil Barndollar, military fellow, published commentary in the Los Angeles Times about options for the U.S. to withdrawal in Afghanistan.

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  • Papyrus part of an ancient puzzle

    The story on “University’s Papyrus Fragment Part of an Ancient Puzzle” was posted in The Arlington Catholic Herald.

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    South Korea pulled out of a military intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan. That’s a big deal.

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics and director, Asian studies, published commentary in The Washington Post on why South Korea pulled out of a military intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan is a big deal.

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  • V. Bradley Lewis, Ph.D. Headshot

    Degree program delves into Catholic thought, perspective on human rights

    William Saunders, director, professor and fellow, human rights, and Bradley Lewis, associate professor, philosophy, were quoted in Catholic News Service via Mississippi Catholic about the graduate program in Human Rights. 

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  • The Role of Values in Foreign Policy

    Jakub Grygiel, associate professor, foregin policy, published commentary on the National Review about the role of values in foreign policy.

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  • John K. White, Ph.D. Headshot

    Redefining the American Dream: One upside of Trumpism

    John Kenneth White, ordinary professor, politics, published commentary in New York Daily News about redefining the American Dream as 2020 approaches. 

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  • Andrew V. Abela, Ph.D. Headshot

    CEOs promise people before profits in new statement on 'Purpose of a Corporation'

    Andrew Abela, dean, associate professor, marketing, was interviewed by Catholic News Agency about a new statement called “Purpose of a Corporation,” expressing the value for shareholders is no longer the principal purpose of corporations. 

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  • Moore to Play for France in Olympics and WBC Qualifier

    Eric Moore, senior economics major, was featured in D3Baseball about playing for France in the 2019 European Championship in Germany where the tournament is a qualifier for the 2020 Summer Olympics as well as the 2021 World Baseball Classic.

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  • New Poll Has a Few Encouraging Results for Pro-Life Voters

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on the National Review about a large (over 40,000 people) Public Religion Research Institute poll on attitudes on sanctity of life issues. He was also interviewed on KFUO Radio about Planned Parenthood withdrawing from TitleX funding. 

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  • Julia Young, Ph.D. Headshot

    My first, and very Catholic, act of civil disobedience

    Julia Young, associate professor, history, published commentary in National Catholic Reporter about her experience participating in a protest and act of civil disobedience, the Catholic Day of Action for Immigrant Children.

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  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    After Epstein death, theologians discuss suicide, salvation, and the obligations of the state

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, was interviewed by Catholic News Agency about suicide and the hope for salvation in relation to Jeffery Epstein death.

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  • Western N.Y. students wrap-up D.C. internships

    Raegan Lehman, sophomore, marketing and politics major, was quoted in WENY News about her experience interning for Congressman Tom Reed.

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  • The Future of Rehabilitation Robots at Catholic University

    The story on “The Future of Rehabilitation Robots at Catholic University” was posted on University Business about the fast growing industry of rehabilitation robots and RERC’s mission.

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  • Brooks Singer, J.D. Headshot

    Going Beyond Guns

    Brooks Singer, lecturer, sociology, was quoted in The Tablet about mass shootings and understanding the data behind it. 

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  • William D. Dinges, Ph.D. Headshot

    Transcendentalism and the 1960s Counterculture

    William Dinges, ordinary professor, religion and culture, compared the early 19th-century transcendentalism and 1960s counterculture movements in a lecture broadcast on C-SPAN.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    On The Pontifical John Paul II Institute For Studies On Marriage And The Family

    Michael Pakaluk, ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, published commentary on The Boston Pilot about The Pontifical John Paul II Institute For Studies on Marriage and The Family.

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  • Julia Young, Ph.D. Headshot

    The depressing futility of ICE workplace raids

    Julia Young, associate professor, history, published commentary in The Hill on how deportation raids are a bandaid, not a solution to illegal immigration. 

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  • Maryann  Cusimano Love, Ph.D. Headshot

    An American College Returns Cross That Survived Nagasaki Atomic Bomb

    Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor, international relations, was quoted in National Catholic Register about a wooden cross recovered from the Nagasaki's Immaculate Conception Cathedral where Catholics worshiped at the time when the atomic weapon dropped on Nagasaki. 

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  • Why the world needs #BreviaryViews

    John De Guzman, seminarian, was featured in Angelus News about establishing a Twitter community by simply starting a hashtag #BreviaryViews.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    America’s oldest Newman Center preps for 125th anniversary

    University President John Garvey, was mentioned in Catholic Philly about the 125th anniversary celebration of The Newman Center at St. Agatha-St. James Parish where he will be a speaker at the event. 

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  • University Research News

    Richard Trotta, doctoral candidate, physics, was awarded the JSA fellowship where the CUA story was posted on the Department of Energy.

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  • Nine weeks later, student interns tell governor what they learned

    Elise LaFleur, student, politics major, was mentioned in The Advocate about her experience interning in the administration of Gov. John Bel Edwards, including how to improve state operations.

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  • Expert Comment on Hyde Amendment

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research and political science, published commentary on The National Pulse about the exchange between Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris on the Hyde Amendment during Wednesday's Presidential debate. He was also interviewed on Relevant Radio discussing Joe Biden's Wednesday debate comments on the Hyde Amendment. 

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  • New FPRI Appointments

    Jakub Grygiel, associate professor, politics, was mentioned in Foreign Policy Research Institute News about becoming a Senior Fellow in FPRI’s Asia Program and their Program on National Security.

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  • Kennedy Center Unveils Lineup for 3-Day Page-to-Stage Festival

    Kelly Armstrong, acting instructor, and Caroline Reilly, student was mentioned in Playbill about performing in the Page-to-Stage New Play Festival, hosted by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

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  • Trevor Lipscombe, Ph.D. Headshot

    Einstein Feared a Nazi Atom Bomb—But Immigrants Made Sure the U.S. Got There First

    Trevor Lipscombe, director, Catholic University of America Press, published commentary in Time about Albert Einstein, immigration, and the atomic bomb. 

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  • Adnan Morshed, Ph.D. Headshot

    Will the metro rail solve Dhaka’s traffic apocalypse?

    Adnan Moreshed, associate professor, architecture, published commentary on The Daily Star about a metro rail being built in Dhaka to try to solve the traffic problem in the city.

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  • Religious sites around Washington D.C. show it is not just a city of government monuments

    University archives Fulton Sheen collection was mentioned in Catholic News Service via The Dialog about D.C.’s Catholic sites to visit. 

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  • Analysis of the second Democratic debate

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research and political science, was interviewed by EWTN Nightly News about the Democratic Presidential debates.

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    Japan and South Korea Can’t Get Along

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics and director, Asian studies, co-published commentary on Foreign Affairs about Korea-Japan relations and US policy.

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  • Nicholas Dujmovic, Ph.D. Headshot

    Dana Milbank Doesn’t Know What a Russian Asset Is

    Nicholas Dujmovic, assistant professor, intelligence studies, was interviewed by Washingtonian about the weight of certain terms like, “asset” and “spy.”

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  • New Budget Deal Reveals Need for Federal Balanced Budget Amendment

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research and political science, published commentary on The Cato Institute about the recent budget deal.

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  • Michaela L. Zajicek-Farber, MSW, LCSW-C, BCD, PhD Headshot

    11 Path to Licensure scholars engaged in research and teaching about professional regulation in the classroom

    Michaela Zajicek-Farber, associate professor, parenting, was mentioned in Yahoo Finance about participating in the Path to Licensure Institute program.

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  • Classy in the Classroom

    Mary Warren, lecturer, marketing, was interviewed by Catholic Teacher about how to dress like a professional.  

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  • Recent Private Gifts to Higher Education: A Big Boost for the Humanities and for Pianos

    Catholic University was mentioned in Chronicle about being ranked number 7 in the U.S. on receiving a donation to the category of humanities to build the Conway School of Nursing

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  • Preparing Medical Professionals Who Reject Planned Parenthood

    Natalie Hyrcza, incoming first year student, nursing, was quoted in National Catholic Register about Catholic University nursing program and the ethics of nursing. 

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  • Planned Parenthood’s Termination of Leana Wen Reveals Deep Internal Divisions

    Robert Warren, research associate, accounting was quoted by National Catholic Register about Planned Parenthood financials. 

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  • Lucia Silecchia, J.D. Headshot

    On Ordinary Times: The Elders of Ordinary Time

    Lucia Silecchia, professor, law, published commentary on a bi-weekly column, On Ordinary Times via Catholic Diocese of Spokane about elders of families. 

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  • Mark L. Rienzi, J.D. Headshot

    Symposium: The calm before the storm for religious-liberty cases?

    Mark Rienzi, professor, law, published commentary on SCOTUSblog about the Supreme Court's religious liberty cases.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Death penalty decision answers lingering questions about how Barr’s faith affects his politics

    University President John Garvey, was mentioned in Religion News on how faith affects politics in relation to U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s decsion on the death penalty.

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  • The Green New Deal: Where Spotify Stands, And Where Artists Wish It Would

    Josh Shepperd, assistant professor, media and communications, was interviewed by NPR about copyright policy, streaming services, and artist rights.

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  • CDC confirms US fertility rate fell to 'all-time low' in 2018

    Catherine Pakaluk, assistant professor, social research and economic thought, was quoted on Catholic News Agency about the U.S. fertility rate falling to 'all-time low' in 2018 and some factors to why. 

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  • At D.C. rally on migrant children, Notre Dame High School graduate among those arrested

    Harrison Hanvey, assistant campus minister, community service, was quoted in Catholic News Service via North Texas Catholic about protesting during Catholic Day of Action for Immigrant Children.

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  • Taking Stock of Spending Through the Tax Code

    Roger Colinvaux, director, law and public policy program, and professor, law was quoted in American Progress about individual tax expenditure policy in the aftermath of the December 2017 tax law, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

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  • The history and evolution of the U.S. bishops’ conference

    Maria Mazzenga, curator, American Catholic History Research Center, published commentary on Catholic News Service via the Dialog about the history and evolution of the U.S. bishops’ conference.

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  • Eastern Music Festival Announces 2019 Young Artists Concerto Competition Winners

    Nathaniel Hoyt, incoming senior, cello performance, was mentioned on Broadway World about being one of the five winners of the annual Concerto Competition where he’ll perform during the Eastern Music Festival at Guilford College. 

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  • Duilia de Mello, Ph.D. Headshot

    Mission to the Moon: Apollo 11 at 50

    Duilia de Mello, vice provost, research support, dean of assessment, and professor, physics, was quoted in National Catholic Register about the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. 

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  • Jack Yoest, M.B.A. Headshot

    Victory and Humility: a Progressive Wins

    Jack Yoest, clinical assistant professor, management, published commentary on The Stream about sports and the U.S. Women’s Soccer team in comparison with Michael Novak’s book, The Joy of Sports; End Zones, Bases, Baskets, Balls, and the Consecration of the American Spirit

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    23 Best New International Relations Books To Read In 2019

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics and director, Asian studies, was mentioned on Bookauthority about his book, Asia's Regional Architecture being ranked number nine out of 24 best new international relations books to read in 2019.

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  • Expert on Sanctity of Life

    Micheal New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on The Federalist about Presidential candidate Joe Biden's health care plan and its policy implications for sanctity of life issues. He also published commentary on Townhall.com about a new study which looks at how the reversal of Roe v. Wade would impact abortion rates nationwide. New was also interviewed by issues Etc. and quoted on One News Now about Joe Biden's health care plan reveals his stance on sanctity of life.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    Reflections On The Blandensburg Cross

    Michael Pakaluk, ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, published commentary on The Boston Pilot about his thoughts on the Bladensburg Cross. 

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  • V. Bradley Lewis, Ph.D. Headshot

    Pelosi Battles AOC in Democratic Party Power Struggle

    Bradley Lewis, associate professor, philosophy, was quoted in a National Catholic Register story about the power struggle between Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi and U.S. Representative, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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  • Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, S.E.O.D. Headshot

    Reflections on H2H

    Fr. Mark Morozowich, dean and associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology was quoted in The Ukranian Weekly from the Conference on the Future of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in North America in relation to the inauguration of Archbishop Borys Gudziak of Philadelphia. 

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  • Why I teach

    Alejo Sison, visiting professor, management, published commentary on Education Views about why he teaches.

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  • Would you want to live to be 150 years?

    Jerry Muller, ordinary professor, history, was quoted in Standard Digital about life expectancy of humans and the desire to live longer.

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  • Inmate pleads guilty to sending anthrax threat letters to judges, gets 10 years

    Catholic University was mentioned in News Press about its efforts and research into developing a new vaccine which can prevent infections from biohazard attacks such as the plague and anthrax. 

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    SUMMER AT THE LAKE

    University President John Garvey, published commentary on The Boston Pilot about his summer vacation at the lake with his family. 

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  • Julio Bermudez, Ph.D. Headshot

    Exploring the power of sacred architecture in ‘The Story of God with Morgan Freeman’

    Julio Bermudez, professor, architecture and planning, published commentary on Faith and Form about exploring the power of sacred architecture in ‘The Story of God with Morgan Freeman’.

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  • West Pittston native to perform concert at Wyoming Seminary

    Dominick D’Alessandro, piano performance major, was mentioned in Sunday Dispatch about his upcoming performance at Wyoming Seminary Upper School. 

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  • Expert on Polling Data of Sanctity of Life Issues

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published two commentaries on National Review. One about critiquing a new ABC News/Washington Post poll which puportedly shows historically high levels of support for legal abortion, and the other commentary on Michael Wear's Sunday editorial in The New York Times on the 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates to ask for their stance on abortion.

    New was interviewed by KFUO radio via Issues Etc. podcast to discuss his National Review editorial involving the Democratic Presidential candidates stances on abortion. He was also interviewed by Washington Watch radio show to discuss some recent polling data on sanctity of life issues.

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  • Are Iran and the United Kingdom on a Collision Course?

    Gil Barndollar, military fellow, was quoted on National Interest about Iran and U.K. tensions.

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  • David A. Jobes, Ph.D., ABPP Headshot

    Suicide Crisis: Can the rising rate be stemmed?

    David Jobes, professor, psychology was quoted on CQ Researcher about the increasing suicide rate. 

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  • Julia Young, Ph.D. Headshot

    When did it become a crime to cross the U.S.-Mexico border?

    Julia Young, associate professor, history, was quoted on Politifact about the history of when it became a crime to cross the U.S. and Mexican border.

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  • Trump administration, Obama administration and deportations

    Robert Warren, research associate, accounting, was mentioned on EWTN News Nightly about his research on illegal immigration.

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  • Campus ministers gain training, connections at Seton Hall event

    Amanda Ceraldi, Associate Campus Minister, Women's Ministry was quoted in National Catholic Register about her time and learnings at the Catholic Campus Ministry Association training session.

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  • The Flaws in a Study of Abortion Rates and the Mexico City Policy

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on National Review about a study which claimed that the Mexico City Policy has resulted in higher abortion rates overseas.

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  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    Mass marks 20th anniversary of the death of Father John Lubey, healing priest known for his gentleness and compassion

    Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, was quoted in Catholic Standard about Father John Luby to commemorate him on the 20th anniversary of his death. 

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  • Robert A. Destro, J.D. Headshot

    Unalienable Rights and Foreign Policy

    Robert Destro, professor, law and director of IPR, was mentioned on First Things about the U.S. Department of State announcing it was establishing a Commission on Unalienable Rights. 

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  • Trump Names PBGC Advisory Committee Members

    Regina Jefferson, professor, law, was mentioned in the Chief Investment Officer Magazine about President Donald Trump appointing her and six other members to serve on the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporations’ Advisory Committee.

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  • State Department launches panel focused on human rights and natural law

    William Saunders, director, professor and fellow, human rights, was quoted in The Washington Post about the State Department launching a panel focused on human rights and natural law. 

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  • 5 Secrets to acing a job interview

    Mary Warren, lecturer, marketing, was featured in Aleteia about her book, The Thoughtful Girl’s Guide to Fashion, Communication, and Friendship, that explains some tips to a good job interview. 

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  • What Is Trump’s Military Parade Actually Celebrating?

    Gil Barndollar, military fellow, published commentary on American Conservative about President Trump’s military parade on July 4th. 

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  • American Attitudes on Abortion Aren’t Set in Stone

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on National Review about the recent Gallup poll which showed the first pro-life plurality since 2013.

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  • Niki Akhavan, Ph.D. Headshot

    Are economic sanctions on Iran just?

    Niki Akhavan, associate professor, media studies, was interviewed by Catholic News Agency about the U.S. sanctions in Iran affecting Iranaian citizens basic rights.  

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  • Andrew V. Abela, Ph.D. Headshot

    Transitions: Bennett College Names New Chief, Taylor U. President to Step Down

    Aaron Dominguez, provost and Andrew Abela, dean, school of business, were mentioned in the Chronicle on their transitions and new positions at Catholic University. 

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  • Julio Bermudez, Ph.D. Headshot

    The Peace Cross remains, and we’ve not forgotten history

    Julio Bermudez, professor, architecture and planning, and Travis Price, adjunct professor, architecture and planning published commentary in Washington Examiner about the Supreme Court's decision on the Bladensburg Peace Cross and religious symbols in the U.S.

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  • New Gallup Poll Shows Pro-Life Progress

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on National Review about a new poll Gallup poll which shows a short term gain in pro-life sentiment.

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  • Catholic University to double nursing program with $20 million gift

    The announcement of the $20 million donation to create the new Conway School of Nursing was featured in Catholic Standard. 

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    Should priests break the seal of confession if they learn of child abuse?

    Mary Leary, professor, law, was interviewed on WWL Radio about the seal of confession. 

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  • Julia Young, Ph.D. Headshot

    How Border-Crossing Became a Crime in the United States

    Julia Young, associate professor, history, was quoted on History.com about how crossing the border became a crime in the U.S.

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    Quest to uphold the seal of confession

    Mary Leary, professor, law, and Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, were interviewed for a Catholic News Service documentary about  the seal of confession.

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  • Life of Msgr. John A. Ryan holds key social justice lessons 150 years after his birth

    Maria Mazzenga, curator, American Catholic History Research Center, was quoted in Catholic Spirit about Msgr. John A. Ryan, the prominent early 20th century theologian and social reformer.

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  • The Church’s response to domestic violence

    Sharon O'Brien, director, Catholic For Family Peace, was interviewed on Relevant Radio about domestic abuse that happens in Catholic homes.

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  • KRESTA IN THE AFTERNOON – JUNE 26, 2019 – HOUR 2

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was interviewed on Kresta in the Afternoon via Ave Maria Radio about a UK judge who tried to force an abortion on a disabled womenand and efforts in Missouri to close the last abortion clinic in the state.

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  • Stephen Payne new law dean at The Catholic University of America

    Stephen Payne, incoming dean, Columbus School of Law, was featured in the Catholic Herald about his experience and new position. 

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  • What Are the Best Educational Theatre Master’s Programs?

    Catholic University was mentioned in Noodle about being one of the best educational theatre master’s programs.

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  • Adnan Morshed, Ph.D. Headshot

    The calculus of heritage preservation

    Adnan Morshed, associate professor, architectural history and sustainable urbanism in developing countries, published commentary on The Daily Star about historic preservation in Bangladesh.

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  • Hubble Finds Tiny “Electric Soccer Balls” in Space, Helps Solve Interstellar Mystery

    Martin Cordiner, research associate, physics, was quoted in CNN, NASA, and The Register UK on his study showing evidence of a molecule that consists of 60 carbon atoms, a celebrity molecule known as Buckyballs. 

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  • Biden’s Switch on Taxpayer-Funded Abortion Cost Him Support

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary in the National Review about polling data on taxpayer funding of abortion, and how Joe Biden's position switch on the Hyde Amendment will affect his Presidential candidacy. He was also interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about Wednesday's Presidential debate and explained why Joe Biden's position switch on the Hyde Amendment will likely hurt him in the general election. 

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  • Transitions

    Andrew Abela, dean, associate professor, marketing, and Carly Fiorina, distinguished clinical professor, leadership, were mentioned in BizEd about their new positions at Catholic University.

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  • Kurt Martens, J.C.D. Headshot

    How the Jesuits plan to appeal Indy archbishop’s decision to revoke Brebeuf’s Catholic status

    Kurt Martens, professor, canon law, was quoted in America Magazine about an indianapolis Jesuit High School where the Archbishop no longer wants the school recognized as a Catholic school.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    Which KPMG Scandal Is Worse: PCAOB ‘Steal the Exam’ or CPE Training Exam Cheating?

    Michael Pakaluk, professor, ethics and social philosophy, was interviewed by Going Concern about two KPMG scandals involving PCAOB ‘Steal the Exam’ and CPE training exam and his viewpoint on how CPAs can better be trained.

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  • How the Church can better respond to the problem of domestic violence

    Sharon O’Brien, director, Catholics For Family Peace, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about how the Church can better respond to the problem of domestic violence. 

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  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    New book looks at why the 7 deadly vices still matter

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, was interviewed in Crux about his book, Naming Our Sins: How Recognizing the Seven Deadly Vices Can Renew the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

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  • The U.S. Faces a Severe Nursing Shortage. Who's Giving to Close the Gap?

    The announcement of the $20 million donation to create the new Conway School of Nursing was mentioned in Inside Philanthropy about the nursing shortage and who is helping to fix it.

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  • POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: LAFLEUR WORKS IN VARIOUS LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT

    Elise LaFleur, student, politics, was featured in Vermilion Today about her experience in politics.

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  • No ‘dirty’ money for ‘clean’ art?

    Alejo Jose G. Sison, visiting ordinary professor, management, published commentary on Mercator Net about multiple art museums turning down money from the Sackler family due to their role in the U.S. opioid epidemic and the intentions of donors.

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  • ‘Musica Viva Kentlands’ Puts Classical Music Outdoors in Gaithersburg, Maryland

    Maestro Simeone Tartaglione, professor of practice, instrumental music and conducting, was featured in D.C. Metro Theater Arts about his work in bringing classical music series to an outdoor venue in Gaithersburg. 

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Sister mentors provide faith formation for 120 women at leadership event

    University President John Garvey was quoted in the Global Sisters Report about the Catholic Young Women’s Leadership Forum where he encouraged the attendees professional development. 

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  • International Youth Forum meets to continue work of Synod

    Brian Rhude, student, theology major, was mentioned in Catholic News Agency about the International Youth Forum where he attended and had involvement in the forum.

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  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    Rockville Centre diocese holds off on releasing list of clergy members accused of sex abuse

    Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, was quoted Newsday about the Diocese of Rockville Centre holding off on releasing a list of clergy members accused of sexual abuse.

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  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    FRENCH, AHMARI, AND THE COMMON GOOD

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, published commentary in First Things about the common good.

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  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    The stark choices the Vatican’s gender theory document is raising

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, published commentary in America Magazine about the Vatican’s document on “gender theory” and current cultural conversations about L.G.B.T.Q issues.

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  • Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, S.E.O.D. Headshot

    “The Future of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in North America” Conference

    Fr. Mark Morozowich, dean and associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology; Susan Timoney, associate dean, undergraduate studies, director, certificate in pastoral ministry, and ordinary professor; Rev. Stefanos Alexopoulos, associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology; Robin D. Young, associate professor, early Christianity, were mentioned and quoted in The Ukrainian Weekly. And Susan Timoney, associate dean, undergraduate studies, director, certificate in pastoral ministry, and ordinary professor, and Robin D. Young, associate professor, early Christianity, were quoted in Crux about the “The Future of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in North America” conference. The conference was also mentioned in Aleteia about the announcement  of the creation of a Center for Ukrainian Church Studies within the newly created Institute for Eastern Christianity.

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  • One More Scoop Of Vanilla: A New Proposal Looks To Loosen Radio Ownership Rules

    Josh Shepperd, assistant professor, media and communications, was quoted in NPR about a new proposal that would loosen radio ownership rules.

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  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    DNC debate rules could thin debate herd

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in the Washington Examiner about the Democratic National Committee and their general objective for candidates.

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  • Even Liberal Massachusetts Has Little Stomach for ROE Act Abortion Bill, New Poll Shows

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on The New Boston Post about a new poll in Massachusetts voters that found support for pro-life laws and opposition to parts of the ROE Act.

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  • Hyde Amendment

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was interviewed by EWTN News Nightly and Relevant Radio, “A Closer Look” to discuss Joe Biden’s evolving position on the Hyde Amendment.

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  • Conway School of nursing

    The announcement of the $20 million donation to create the new Conway School of Nursing was featured in The Washington Post, Washington Business Journal, WTOP, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, and Wakelet.

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  • Podcasting priests and seminarians seek to use media as evangelization tool

    The Alberione Project, podcasting seminarians from Theological College, was featured in the Catholic Standard about their main objectives of seminarians utilizing media as part of their ministry.  

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  • How France’s national broadcaster bolstered U.S. public radio in its formative years

    Josh Shepperd, assistant professor, media and communications, was mentioned on Current, about a French national broadcaster, Radiodiffusion franchise as part of a series of commentaries about the history of public media.

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  • Presents Research

    Madeline Groettum, sophomore, engineering, was featured in Hibbing Daily Tribune about her research examining the relationship between coatings on medical device electrodes and the current measured using cyclic voltammetry using the medical device electrode as a working electrode.

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  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    You’ve seen the Freedom Caucus in action, now read the book

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was interviewed by Roll Call about his recent book, Legislative Hardball: The House Freedom Caucus and the Power of Threat-Making in Congress.

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    Challenges to seal of confession attributed to clergy sex abuse scandals

    Mary Leary, professor, law, and Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, were quoted in Catholic News Service about challenges of the seal of confession due to the church crisis.

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  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    California bill aims to protect children by breaking seal of confession

    Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, was quoted in Catholic News Service about the California bill on breaking the seal of confession.

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  • Lucia Silecchia, J.D. Headshot

    The Shepherds Of Ordinary Times

    Lucia Silecchia, professor, law, published commentary on Catholic Digest via On Ordinary Times about celebrating newly ordained priests.

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  • One Year After McCarrick’s Fall: A Status Report on Bishop Accountability

    Stephen White, executive director, Catholic Project, was quoted in National Catholic Register about former cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the continued investigations of the cover up.

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  • Trevor Lipscombe, Ph.D. Headshot

    ARROW LISTS 19 Things You Might Not Have Known About Albert Einstein

    Trevor Lipscombe, director, Catholic University American Press, was mentioned in Mental Floss about his biography, Albert Einstein A Biography he co-wrote with Alice Calaprice.

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  • Building bridges

    The american society of civil engineers were featured in The Southern Illinoisan about the steel bridge team  traveled to Southern Illinois University to compete in the National Steel Bridge Competition.

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  • Ukrainian Catholics set for enthronement of new leader in Phila.

    The Conference on the Future of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in North America was mentioned in Catholic Philly.

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  • Valarie Hodges, Mike Berry, Michael New, Ken Klukowski

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was interviewed on Family Research Council's Washington Watch radio show about the recent Washington Post fact checks on maternal mortality rates in Texas and deaths from unsafe abortions prior to Roe v. Wade.

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  • Andrew V. Abela, Ph.D. Headshot

    Book Review: “A Catechism for Business”

    Andrew Abela, provost, associate professor, marketing, and Joseph Capizzi, director of IHE and professor, moral theology and ethics, were mentioned in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City about their book, A Catechism for Business.

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  • Francis: Work toward a humane economy

    Maria Sophia Aguirre, ordinary professor, economics published commentary in Our Sunday Visitor about Pope Francis’ invitation to “The Economy of Francesco.”

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  • Hamilton teen has high hopes after receiving CUA scholarship named for Bishop O'Connell

    Joseph Stillwell, incoming freshman, was featured in The Monitor, about being awarded the Most Reverend David M. O’Connell Service Scholarship.

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  • Lucia Silecchia, J.D. Headshot

    What is the future of pro-life legislation?

    Lucia Silecchia, professor, law, was quoted in Our Sunday Visitor about Roe v. Wade and the pro-life movement.

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  • Analysis of the Supreme Court's decisions on Indiana abortion law

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about the Supreme Court's rulings on pro-life laws that were passed in Indiana.

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  • Holy Child senior to attend CUA with scholarship to pursue passion for faith and art

    Josie Ziemski, an incoming freshman, studio art major, was interviewed in the Catholic Standard about her background in art and is awarded the Karen Laub-Novak Arts and Faith Scholarship.

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  • Mike Pompeo: American Jacobin

    William Smith, managing director, research fellow, center for the study of statesmanship, published commentary on The American Conservative about Mike Pompeo’s speech about foreign policy and neoconservatism.

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    Threats to the seal of confession

    Mary Leary, professor, law, and Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, were interviewed on Catholic News Service about current threats to the seal of confession.

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  • STAYING THE COURSE

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on First Things about the progress pro-lifers are making at the state level and misleading commentary on the pro-life bills that were signed in Alabama and Georgia.

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  • Overturning Roe v. Wade wouldn’t turn back the clock to 1973

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was quoted in Associated Press about the changing nature of abortion politics and policy since 1973.

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  • Fathers must take charge of their sons' sexual education, resist 'toxic' sex ed: scholar

    Pat Fagan, director, Marriage and Religion Research Initiative, was featured on Christian Post about a panel discussion on fathers having a role in sexual education with their sons. 

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  • Students plan to raise nuclear weapon dangers in fall return to campuses

    Tim Jones, incoming graduate student, business analytics, was quoted in Catholic News Service about his experience in participating in a weekend long program designed to develop the next generation of Catholic nuclear nonproliferation specialists and activists.

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    A teenage girl texted her friends a graphic video of herself. A court said she’d shared child pornography

    Mary Leary, professor, law, was quoted in The Washington Post about a Maryland case on child pornography where the child is the subject and the sender.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    SUPPOSE WE LET THE PEOPLE DECIDE

    University President John Garvey published commentary on The Boston Pilot about what would happen if Roe was overturned for voters.

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  • Excited students

    Maya Escobar, student, biochemistry; Daniel Del Pino, student, faculty engineering; Alyssa Aguirre, student, psychology; Esther Paulino, student, nursing, were all quoted in El Pregonero about their expectations and hopes of Hispanic students and the Hispanic community with the new Archbishop, Wilton Gregory.

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  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    Legislative Hardball The House Freedom Caucus and the Power of Threat-Making in Congress

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was interviewed on New Books Network podcast about his book, Legislative Hardball: The House Freedom Caucus and the Power of Threat-Making in Congress.

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  • Nicholas Dujmovic, Ph.D. Headshot

    A CIA suicide sparks hard questions about the agency’s Memorial Wall

    Nicholas Dujmovic, assistant professor, intelligence studies, was quoted in The Washington Post and The Times (UK) about not agreeing with a star going on the CIA memorial wall for an agent who committed suicide.

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  • Abortion Supporters in a Panic as Pro-Lifers Predict, Sooner or Later Roe v. Wade 'Is Going to Topple'

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was quoted on Christian Broadcast Network about the progress pro-lifers are making in many state legislatures.

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  • More on the ‘Abortion Cuts Crime’ Debate

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, published commentary on National Review about research claiming that the legalization of abortion in the 1970s resulted in crime rate reductions starting in the 1990s.

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  • Eileen A. Dombo, Ph.D., LICSW Headshot

    Wilton Gregory installed as archbishop of Washington

    Eileen Dombo, assistant dean, chair and associate professor, social work, was quoted in The Washington Post about moving forward with Bishop Gregory.

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  • Abortion Supporters in a Panic as Pro-Lifers Predict, Sooner or Later Roe v. Wade 'Is Going to Topple'

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was interviewed on Christian Broadcasting Network News about pro-lifers making legislation gains at state level.

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    Avoiding Another Iraq in Iran

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics and director, asian studies, published commentary on National Interest about avoiding a war in Iran.

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  • Jandro L. Abot, Ph.D. Headshot

    Phoenix Donates Funding & Advisement To The Catholic University of America School of Engineering Design Project

    Catholic University and Jandro Abot, associate professor, mechanical engineering, were featured in Oilman Magazine about The School of Engineering receiving sponsorship for a senior design project at the University.

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  • 130th commencement ceremony

    The 130th commencement ceremony was featured in The Arlington Catholic Herald and Catholic Standard. Jesus Colina’s commencement address was featured in Aleteia. And Russell Shaw, honorary degree recipient, was featured in The Arlington Catholic Herald.

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  • Honoring St. Josephine Bakhita

    William Saunders, director, professor and fellow, human rights, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about the 27th anniversary of honoring St. Josephine Bakhita.

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  • Young adults in archdiocese reflect on Pope Francis's letter

    Colleen Campbell, doctoral student, was quoted in Catholic Standard about her translation on Pope Francis’ “Christus Vivit” letter about encouraging young people to follow and pursue the vocation that God calls them to.

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  • Building on the Pope’s New Letter on Abuse Prevention

    Susan Timoney, associate dean, undergraduate studies, director, certificate in pastoral ministry, and ordinary professor, was quoted in National Catholic Register about the new rules on reporting sexual abuse to Church authorities made by Pope Francis.

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  • Chen Guangcheng Headshot

    "Chen Guangcheng and Reggie Littlejohn on Human Rights in China, with Huchen Zhang"​

    Chen Guangcheng, distinguished fellow, IPR, was interviewed on The Bill Walton Show about human rights in China.

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  • Lowest-ever fertility rates have complicated causes, no easy solutions, experts say

    Catherine Pakaluk, assistant professor, social research and economic thought, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about possible causes to why there is a low fertility rate in the U.S.

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  • I toured an immigration detention center. The prison-like atmosphere was mind-numbing

    Stacy Brustin, professor, law, published commentary in USA Today about her experience visiting a immigration detention center.

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  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    Detaching universities from the Church hasn’t freed them

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, published commentary in Catholic Herald  (UK) and was quoted in The New York Post about not detaching Universities from the Church.

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  • Andreas Widmer, M.A. Headshot

    JPII's Leadership Lessons and Catholic Social Teaching: How much do you really know?

    Andreas Widmer, clinical assistant professor and director of entrepreneurship programs, was interviewed on the Minnesota Catholic Conference podcast about his experience as a former Swiss guard for John Paul II and the research he has done with Catholic social teaching.

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  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    Why priests refuse to break the seal of confession

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, systematic theology was quoted in Our Sunday Visitor about why priests refuse to break the Seal of Confession.

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  • These students wanted their school to ban pornography from the wireless network. So the school did it.

    Joseph Enzler, senior, international business major, was quoted in The College Fix about how he ideated and lead the ban of pornography at the University.

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    Supreme Court to decide if it will hear case of 4-year-old girl being stripped searched

    Mary Leary,  professor, law, was quoted in The Washington Times about the supreme court deciding if they will hear a case of a 4 year old girl being stripped searched.

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  • New moms take classes at Visitation House

    Catherine Pakaluk, assistant professor, social research and economic thought, was quoted in Catholic Free Press about her support for Visitation House and the new learning center that helps moms and their children for a better future.

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  • William D. Dinges, Ph.D. Headshot

    At Call to Action, younger leaders are reimagining church reform

    William Dinges, ordinary professor, religion and culture, was quoted in National Catholic Reporter about the generational differences of millennial Catholics at the Call to Action national conference.

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    Why North Korea has launched 2 missile tests in less than a week

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics and director, asian studies, was quoted on Vox about North Korean missile tests.

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  • Kurt Martens, J.C.D. Headshot

    Pope Francis’ new sex abuse rules are a revolution for the Catholic Church

    Kurt Martens, professor, canon law, was quoted in CNN, and Catholic News Service about the new rules on reporting sexual abuse to Church authorities recently made by Pope Francis. He also published commentary in America Magazine, and Our Sunday Visitor on the new rules.

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  • Encore: Women religious find a place of honor on Mother's Day

    Sr. Maria Veritas, Dominican sister of Mary, was quoted in Catholic News Service about spiritual motherhood.

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  • Commencement ’19: College Speakers Run the Gamut of Faithfulness to the Church

    Catholic University was mentioned in National Catholic Register coverage of the University’s 2019 commencement speaker, Jesus Colina.

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  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    The Seal of the Confessional Is Under Attack in California

    Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, was quoted in National Catholic Register about the importance of upholding sacred trust in the Seal of Confession.

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  • Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke’s Assertion that Planned Parenthood Saves Lives

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was interviewed on Issues, ETC Radio via KFUO Radio about comments Beto O’Rourke made about Planned Parenthood.

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  • Duilia de Mello, Ph.D. Headshot

    Astronomer and astrophysicist Duília Fernandes de Mello is one of Brazil’s most recognized scientist in the world

    Duilia de Mello, vice provost, research support, dean of assessment, and professor, physics, was featured in British Council Women in Science Magazine about her career accomplishments working in the field of science.

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  • Catholic University begins master’s program in human rights

    William Saunders, professor and director, human rights was mentioned in Aleteia and interviewed on Relevant Radio about the new masters program in human rights. 

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  • Andreas Widmer, M.A. Headshot

    Catholic men gather to celebrate their faith

    Andreas Widmer, clinical assistant professor and director of entrepreneurship programs, was mentioned in Catholic Spirit of Austin Diocese about the annual Catholic Men’s Conference where he spoke to attendees about his experience in serving in the Swiss Guard.

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  • The Alabama Human Life Protection Act

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about pro-life legislation that was passed by the lower house of Alabama.

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  • Healing The Breach of Trust: Principles for Effective Lay Action

    The final Healing The Breach of Trust conference on the role of the laity was featured in Crux, Catholic News Service, and National Catholic Register.  

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  • The Alabama Human Life Protection Act

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, was interviewed on EWTN Nightly News about the Alabama Human Life Protection Act.

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  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    Why Democrats’ Most Liberal Wing Is Struggling To Gain Power

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in FiveThirtyEight story about the Democratic Party.

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  • LOVE AND LIGHT: REFLECTIONS ON THE MEANING OF NOTRE DAME

    Dennis Coyle, department chair, and associate professor, politics, published commentary in The Imaginative Conservative about the meaning of Notre Dame.  

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  • Chen Guangcheng Headshot

    Forum on Capitol Hill Explores Significance of Appeal in Beijing 20 Years Ago

    Sen Nieh, chair and professor, department of mechanical engineering and Chen Guangcheng, distinguished fellow, IPR were quoted in The Epoch Times about the commemorative forum at congress on the significance of appeal in Beijing.

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  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Scandal

    Stephen White, executive director, Catholic Project and Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality, were interviewed on Voice of America about the latest developments in the Church crisis.

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  • Msgr. Paul McPartlan, S.T.L., D.Phil. Headshot

    Upcoming trip to Eastern Europe may see pope 'walking on eggs' with Orthodox

    Msgr. Paul McPartlan, ordinary professor, historical and systematic theology, was quoted in the National Catholic Reporter about Pope Francis upcoming visit to Bulgaria and North Macedonia.

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  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    The West can learn a lot from Hungary’s pro-family policies

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, published commentary in the Catholic Herald about pro-family policies Hungary.

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  • ‘Lay co-agents essential for Church leadership’ Detroit archbishop says

    The final Healing The Breach of Trust conference was featured in Catholic News Agency about laity collaboration.

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  • Mulvaney and Catholic Leaders Extol Sanctity of Life, Religious Freedom at Prayer Breakfast

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, policy science and social research, was quoted in The Stream about The National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    The Memoirs of St. Peter: A new translation of the Gospel According to Mark

    Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, and ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy was featured in the National Catholic Register, Aleteia, and Catholic Herald, about his book, The Memoirs of St. Peter: A New Translation of the Gospel According to Mark.

     

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  • Hubble Confirms Interstellar Buckyballs

    Martin Cordiner, research associate, physics, was featured in AAS Nova about his study showing evidence of a molecule that consists of 60 carbon atoms, a celebrity molecule known as buckyballs.

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  • Eileen A. Dombo, Ph.D., LICSW Headshot

    Faculty comment on Hope and Healing Conference

    Eileen Dombo, assistant dean, chair and associate professor, social work, and Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, priestly spirituality and wellness, was quoted in the Crux and Karna Lozoya, executive director, communications, was quoted in Catholic News Service about the Hope and Healing Conference. The conference and associated gallery were covered by Catholic News Service, Catholic News Agency, Catholic Standard, and Catholic Herald.

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  • Socialism vs. ‘the Person’

    Fr. John McNerney, visiting fellow, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal about his book Wealth of Persons: Economics with a Human Face and the crisis going on in Venezuela.

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  • Why isn’t Easter celebrated on the same date every year?

    Susan Wessel, professor, church history and historical theology, and church history area director, was quoted in The Washington Post about the date for Easter.

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  • Through Way of the Cross, participants bring witness of Christ's presence to downtown Washington

    Tommy Venice, graduate student, architecture, Jack Traxler, graduate student, business, Javier Galante, student, were quoted in the Catholic Standard about their experience during The Way of Cross in Washington, D.C.

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  • Help Struggling Students with a Math Readiness Workshop

    Anita Shagnea, professor, mathematics was featured in Course Hero about helping struggling students to succeed.

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  • Chen Guangcheng Headshot

    Prominent Rights Activist Chen Guangcheng Says Shen Yun Stirs Deep Reflection

    Chen Guangcheng, distinguished fellow, was featured in The Epoch Times about his reflections on the Shen Yun Performing Arts.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    A Practical Way for Pastors – and Laity

    Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, and ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, published commentary in The Catholic Thing about Benedict XVI’s letter.

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  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    Faculty Comment on Notre Dame Cathedral

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, systematic theology, published two commentaries in the Catholic Herald on rebuilding Notre Dame by returning to faith after the fire and the symbolism of the cathedral.

    James McCrery, assistant professor, architecture and planning, was interviewed on The Daily Caller about the structure of the Notre Dame Cathedral and the damage after the fire.

    Julio Bermudez, professor, architecture, was quoted in Associated Press about the Notre Dame fire and the religious significance of the church.  

    Fr. Mark Morozowich, dean and associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology, was interviewed on Fox 5 D.C. about the Notre Dame fire and the significance of the stained glass windows for the artistic, cultural and spiritual world.

    Nora Heimann, chair and associate professor, art department, was quoted in The New York Times and Pulse Nigeriaabout the Notre Dame fire and how the Cathedral became a destination.

    She was also quoted in the USA Today on the devastation of the Notre Dame fire and her personal connection with the Cathedral.

    Julio Bermudez, and Nora Heimann, were quoted in Voice of America about restoring Notre Dame.

    Randall Ott, dean, architecture and planning, was interviewed by Fox 5 D.C., WJLA and Fox News about Notre Dame that was broadcasted on TV earlier in the week.

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  • Nicholas Dujmovic, Ph.D. Headshot

    Gina Haspel Relies on Spy Skills to Connect With Trump. He Doesn’t Always Listen

    Nicholas Dujmovic, assistant professor, intelligence studies, was quoted in The New York Times on his thoughts on the relationship between president Trump and the intelligence community.

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  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    How the House Freedom Caucus found an unlikely ally: Donald Trump

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, published commentary in The Washington post about the House Freedom Caucus and his new book, Legislative Hardball: The House Freedom Caucus and the Power of Threat-Making in Congress (Elements in American Politics).

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  • Msgr. Kevin W. Irwin, S.T.D. Headshot

    Who is Wilton Gregory, Pope Francis’s pick to be Washington’s next archbishop?

    Msgr. Kevin Irwin, research professor, theology, was quoted in the Washington Post about his relationship with Wilton Gregory, the newly appointed Archbishop of Washington, D.C. and what he exemplifies for everyone.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Students and Faculty Comment on Student Government Passing a Ban on Porn on University WiFi

    President John Garvey, published commentary on The Boston Pilot about the student government association passing a resolution on banning pornography on the university’s wifi.

    Karna Lozoya was quoted in the Newsweek about the University’s initiatives to implement the ban that the student government passed on censorship.

    Karna Lozoya, executive director, communications, Cornelius Deep, student, Alexandra Kilgore, student,  Jimmy Harrington, student, and Gerard McNair-Lewis, student, were all quoted in a Catholic News Agency, and National Catholic Register about student senate passing a resolution on censorship with the university’s internet.

    Jimmy Harrington, student, and Karna Lozoyza, executive director, communications,  were quoted in the Washington Examiner about the student government initiative to ban pornography on university’s wifi.

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  • Sabina, Our Hero

    Jon Askonas, assistant professor, politics, was quoted in The American Conservative about big companies creating algorithms to craft human desire.

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  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    Legislation for paid family leave gains support, but compromise needed

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, was quoted in the Catholic Philly about comparing the Catholic principle of subsidiarity and the three bill in Congress that would formalize paid family leave.

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  • Transitions: New President at Georgia Gwinnett College, Chief of Vanderbilt U. to Step Down Appointments, resignations, retirements, awards, deaths

    Stephen Payne,  incoming dean, Columbus School of Law, was mentioned in The Chronicle about his announcement of becoming the new dean of Columbus School of Law.

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  • Melissa D. Grady, Ph.D., MSW, LICSW, LCSW Headshot

    NFL-Supported Raliance Grants to Ten Orgs Fighting Sexual Violence

    Catholic University was mentioned in Philanthropy Women about being one of the ten recipients to be awarded a grant to stop sexual violence. The research will be spearheaded by Melissa Grady, associate professor, social work.

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  • Eileen A. Dombo, Ph.D., LICSW Headshot

    Societal shifts seen in acknowledging sex abuse, finding ways to address it

    Eileen Dombo, assistant dean, assistant professor, and chair of the undergraduate social work program, and Melissa Grady, associate professor, social service, was quoted in the Mississippi Catholic about acknowledging sexual abuse and finding ways to prevent sexual abuse.

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  • States pushing near-bans on abortion, targeting Roe v. Wade

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research and political science, was quoted on AP News about state level efforts to enact pro-life law.  

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  • William D. Dinges, Ph.D. Headshot

    Catholic University symposium confronts inequalities of climate change

    The Environmental Justice Symposium, and William Dinges, ordinary professor, religion and culture, was quoted in the National Catholic Reporter on the event and it’s initiatives on climate change.

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  • Recent Reporting on the Decline in Sexual Activity – Dr. Michael New

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research and political science, was interviewed by Issues, Etc. radio about reductions on sexual activity among young adults.

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  • William D. Dinges, Ph.D. Headshot

    The future of Catholicism in America

    William Dinges, ordinary professor, religion and culture, and area director, religion and culture, was quoted in Religion News Service about Catholic identity during the church crisis.

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  • Doctoral Candidate Discovers Unexpected Rain on Sun

    Emily Mason, doctoral candidate, physics, was mentioned in The Weather Channel, Fox News, Science Times, Geek, Nasa, Science Alert, and Space.com about her findings of solar rain that lead to unexpected findings of solar heating and slow solar wind.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Aleteia’s Jesús Colina to give Catholic University Commencement address

    “We often speak about what a gift priests are to the Church, and rightly so,” said President John Garvey.

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  • Professor of Graduate Program in History goes on US mission

    The signing of a MOU with the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS) was featured in PUCRS about it’s mission to strengthen the ties of the partnership with Catholic University researchers.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    The Memoirs of St. Peter: A New Translation of the Gospel According to Mark

    Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, and ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, was featured in The B.C. Catholic, and The American Conservative on his book called, The Memoirs of St. Peter, a new translation of the Gospel of Mark.

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  • Unexpected rain on sun links two solar mysteries

    Emily Mason, doctoral candidate, physics, was quoted in Phys.org about her findings of solar rain that lead to unexpected findings of solar heating and slow solar wind.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Faculty comment on the new Archbishop of Washington, D.C.

    President John Garvey was quoted in The New York Times, Catholic Philly, The Crux, The Tablet, WTOP, and The Catholic Spirit. Msgr. Kevin Irwin, research professor, theology, was quoted in the Washington Post. And Catholic University was mentioned in The Washington Post, and NPR all on the announcement of Wilton Gregory becoming the Archbishop of Washington, D.C

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  • "I believe we are created on purpose for a purpose" - ENN 2019-04-04

    Carly Fiorina, distinguished clinical professor, leadership, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly on her teachings and knowledge of business.

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  • How should Catholics respond to extremism?

    Maria Mazzenga, educational archivist, and Robert Christian, graduate fellow, policy research, was quoted in Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly about Catholics responding to extremism.

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  • The High-Priced Spread, Revisited

    Catholic University was mentioned in First Things on being an alternative to “elite” universities.

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  • When to Expect Your Financial Aid Award Letter

    Mindy Schaffer, director, student financial assistance, was quoted in the U.S. News on when students should expect to receive their financial aid award letter.

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  • Orlando Shakes' 'Richard II' is made for today

    Eleanor Holdridge, chair, drama department, and associate professor, drama, was quoted in Orlando Sentinel about the ongoing series of ‘Fire and Reign’ and the Shakespeare drama, ‘Richard II’.

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  • Andrew V. Abela, Ph.D. Headshot

    A New Beginning for Catholic Business Education

    Andrew Abela, provost and senior vice president, published commentary in the National Catholic Register about the opening of Maloney Hall and it’s initiatives for students in the Busch School of Business.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    Thrift as a Christian Virtue

    Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, and ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, published commentary on The Catholic Thing and France Catholique about saving as a Christian.

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  • Catholic school’s student senate calls for blocking porn sites on university WiFi

    Gerard McNair-Lewis, student, philosophy major was mentioned in The College Fix about the student senate passing a resolution on censorship with the university’s internet.

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  • Melissa D. Grady, Ph.D., MSW, LICSW, LCSW Headshot

    RALIANCE Awards More than $450,000 in Fourth Round of Grants to End Sexual Violence in One Generation

    Catholic University was mentioned in The Pilot News about being one of the ten recipients awarded a grant to end sexual violence. The research mentioned will be spearheaded by Melissa Grady, associate professor, social work.

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  • Chelsea Stieber, Ph.D. Headshot

    Camp of the Saints

    Chelsea Stieber, assistant professor, French and francophone studies, published commentary on Africa is a Country about The Camp of the Saints, a 1973 dystopian apocalyptic French novel and politics.

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  • FOOD FOR THOUGHT

    Jerry Muller, ordinary professor, history, was mentioned in Fortune on his new book ‘The Tyranny of Metrics’.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    EWTN News Nightly - 2019-04-01 - Full Episode with Lauren Ashburn

    Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, and ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about the Busch School of Business partnership with Carly Fiorina and his new book called, The Memoirs of St. Peter: A New Translation of the Gospel According to Mark.  

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  • Children of Priests and Canon Law

    Late Rev. Robert Kaslyn, associate professor and former dean, canon law, was quoted in the National Catholic Register about canon law and children of priests.

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  • Jay D. Brock, M.F.A. Headshot

    ‘A Quick 5’ with Jay D. Brock, Production Director, ‘Into the Light’ presented by The Choral Arts Society of Washington

    Jay D. Brock, associate dean, undergrad studies, associate professor, practice acting/directing, and head of music theater academic area, was interviewed in the MD Theatre Guide on his concert that he produced and directed called, ‘Into The Light.’

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  • From Cardinal Sean's Blog

    Catholic University was mentioned in the Pilot about Cardinal Sean’s experience while visiting Catholic University.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    What caused the clergy sex abuse crisis? Catholic universities are pushing for debate on the answer

    University President John Garvey;, Susan Timoney, associate dean, undergraduate studies, director, certificate in pastoral ministry, and ordinary professor, practice;, Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology;, and Rev. Paul Sullins, retired associate professor, sociology;, were all quoted in a Washington Post story about Catholic Universities initiatives to finding answers and having dialogue about the causes of the clergy abuse crisis.  

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  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    Theologians examine role of power, clericalism in the sex abuse crisis

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology was quoted in Catholic News Service about examining the role of power in the sex abuse crisis during  the “Healing the Breach of Trust” conference.

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  • An Annunciation flash mob to mark the greatest surprise in history

    Catholic University students were featured in Aleteia about a singing flash mob that broke out in the Pryzbyla Center on the Feast of Annunciation.

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  • College students urged to help change hearts, minds about abortion

    Cardinals For Life students were mentioned in The Catholic Spirit about “The Feminist Case Against Abortion” lecture held at Catholic University.

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  • Make the Last Gospel the First Thing You Do After Mass

    Msgr. Robert Sokolowski, ordinary professor, philosophy, was mentioned in the National Catholic Register about his book called Christian Faith & Human Understanding: Studies on the Eucharist, Trinity, and the Human Person.

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  • Former Swiss Guard Follows a Saint’s Admonition to ‘Be More’

    Mario Enzler, professor, finance, was featured in the Zenit about his time in the Swiss Guards and his encounter with Pope John Paul II.

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    Mueller Findings Set Off a Political Tussle

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the Mueller report and how both parties are reacting towards the findings.

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  • Review: Resolving Hedda, whip-smart and hilarious

    Jon Klein, head of the M.F.A. playwriting program, and associate professor, drama, was mentioned in the DC Theater Scene about his comedy called Resolving Hedda.

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  • Economist says technology good for American dream

    Jay Richards, research assistant professor, social research, was quoted in KTVQ about how technology is good for America and the economy.

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  • A jumbo slice of the swamp's favorite pizza

    Mike McPherson, student, was quoted in the Washington Examiner about Pizza Mart, a D.C. owned pizza shop.

     

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  • In the last game his dad saw him play, Catholic University senior hits game-winning shot

    Jimmy Golaszewski, student and basketball athlete, was mentioned in WJLA about playing basketball at Catholic University for his dad.

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  • Science Builds on Faith: STEM Studies Grow From Catholic Roots

    Otto Wilson, Jr., associate professor, biomedical engineering, was quoted in the National Catholic Register about STEM studies at Catholic University.

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  • Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, S.E.O.D. Headshot

    American pope? Rare, leaked report from Pope Francis’s election reveals who got votes

    Mark Morozowich, dean, theology, and associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology was quoted in the Washington Post about a leaked report of the papal election in 2013.

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  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    Pope Francis wants psychological testing to prevent problem priests. But can it really do that?

    “Standard psychological testing, it’s not very good in ferreting out sexual difficulties among the general population,” said Monsignor Stephen Rossetti, a Catholic University professor who formerly led St. Luke Institute, a mental health facility for priests. “There isn’t much. We’ve been working hard to figure out what to do, how do we better understand sexuality.”

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  • IL Democrats Following NY's Footsteps with 'Extreme' Bill Allowing Late-Term Abortion

    Michael New, visiting professor, social research, was quoted in Christian Broadcast News about efforts in Illinois to strengthen legal protections  for abortion.

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  • What on earth is a ‘social justice hackathon’?

    Elizabeth Shaw, assistant director of special academic programs, Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a Catholic News Story covering the Ciocca Center’s Novak Symposium.

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  • One of Ibsen’s most unforgettable characters fires back in the play ‘Resolving Hedda’

    “Hedda is outside of time,” Klein explains of his plot. “She speaks in a 2019 voice, making 2019 references that her fellow characters don’t understand, but she has become that awakened. She is able to talk to an audience in terms of things that are happening right now.”

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  • States seek to tackle student debt

    Carly Fiorina, who was announced as a distinguished clinical professor this week, was mentioned in Politico’s Morning Education brief.

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  • Remaking Higher Ed From Within

    The business school was mentioned in an Inside Higher Ed story on ways colleges are aligning their missions with the needs of students.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Intellect a Virtue, Not So Fast

    University President John Garvey published his monthly column with Catholic News Service. This month’s topic was fasting (and Filet-O-Fish sandwiches).

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  • Bishop Burbidge consecrates new altar at Catholic University

    Joshua Barri, sophomore, business, was quoted in a Catholic News Service story on the consecration of the altar in St. Michael Chapel in Maloney Hall, home of the business school.

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    West Virginia Sues Bishop and Diocese Over Sex Abuse, Citing Consumer Protection

    “What we are going to see is perhaps a broader array of legal avenues to hold the dioceses responsible,” Mary G. Leary, a law professor at the Catholic University of America, said of the West Virginia case.

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  • Lucia Silecchia, J.D. Headshot

    The real tragedy behind Operation Varsity Blues: Colleges forget their mission is to produce virtuous adults, not just successful ones

    It highlights the unhealthy obsession with college admissions driven by a belief that only the “right” school can — and will — guarantee a successful life. It is a stark reminder of the prioritization of success over virtue.

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  • Multitude preparing to become Catholic reflects ‘Holy Spirit at work in Church,’ cardinal says

    Susan Timoney, the associate dean for undergraduate studies in the School of Theology and Religious Studies at The Catholic University of America who helps teach in the RCIA program at St. Peter Parish on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., noted, “People come to the Lord because of friends, neighbors and family, and the grassroots work of the Church, and this is the proof.”

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  • Here's How DC, VA Grad Schools Rank Among Top Programs: U.S. News

    U.S. News & World Report has released its 2020 rankings of the best graduate schools in the country and several Washington, D.C. and Virginia schools made the annual list.

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  • Podcast priests offer insights on why and how to stay in the Catholic Church

    Father Chris Seith: “I have two thoughts here.  One big reason to stay is given by St. Peter after being asked if he will leave: "Lord, to whom shall we go?  You have the words of eternal life."  I simply cannot encounter the living Christ without the Church through her teachings and her sacraments.

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  • An Ghaeltacht, from Ireland to Boston and back again

    Art Ó Súilleabháin, Fulbright learning and teaching assistant for Modern Languages and Literatures, published commentary in the Washington Examiner about his story of speaking Irish and his family moving back and forth from Ireland to Boston.

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  • “Get Uncomfortable”: 3 Inspiring Ways Catholics Can Effectively Evangelize

    The University was mentioned in a ChurchPop story on evangelization, quoting a letter Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen wrote while teaching at Catholic University.

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  • What Catholic universities are doing to address the sex abuse crisis

    “CUA has a unique place in the American Catholic landscape, being sort of the bishop’s university that has a special relationship with the Vatican, but it’s also a lay-led institution,” Stephen White, who was named executive director of the project, told CNA.

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  • A chaotic Brexit is part of Trump’s grand plan for Europe

    Jakub Grygiel, associate professor, politics, was quoted in the UK Yahoo News about Brexit and why President Trump and his supporters might see Brexit as a step to unraveling the EU.

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  • Mark L. Rienzi, J.D. Headshot

    DeVos allows religious groups to provide educational services

    Mark Rienzi, professor, law, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about the Department of Education allowing religious groups to provide educational services.

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  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    More Catholics Considering Abandoning the Church

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal about Catholics considering abandoning the Church and why they might consider it.

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    The Hanoi Summit – We Asked Andrew Yeo What Happens Next in U.S.-North Korea Relations

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics, published commentary on the National Interest about the next steps with the U.S. and North Korea relations after the second summit.

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  • Tiny Home Inside a Concrete Pipe Wins Design Contest

    Sandra Guillen, student, recent architecture graduate, was featured in an Engineering News Record story about her award winning design, Rinker Pipe Dream Home.

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  • Understanding America’s Public Debt

    Robert Warren, research associate, accounting, was quoted in Benchmark Journal about America’s debt.

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  • Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, S.E.O.D. Headshot

    Vatican: Eucharistic Yuca Off the Table at Amazon Synod

    Rev. Mark Morozowich, dean, theology, and associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology was quoted in the National Catholic Register about the deference to local circumstances within Mass when it comes to the Eucharist.  

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  • Your Tax Dollars at Work? Why This State Saw a 1,700 Percent Spike in Taxpayer-Funded Abortions

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, political science and social research was interviewed on Christian Broadcasting Network about a sharp increase in publicly funded abortions in Illinois.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

    GIVING UP IN LENT

    Michael Pakaluk, professor, ethics, published commentary on The Boston Pilot about giving up in Lent and what is means.

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  • A 'political town with pastoral needs' anticipates a new archbishop

    Stephen White, executive director, The Catholic Project and Javier Bustamante, director, cultural engagement were quoted in National Catholic Reporter about appointing a new Archbishop of Washington D.C., and the challenges the next Archbishop will face.

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  • Yes, Legislation And Education Do Effectively Reduce Abortion Rates

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research, published commentary on The Federalist discussing the importance of pro-life legislation and educational efforts.

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  • The Effects of Pro-Life Legislation on the Declining Abortion Rate

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research, was interviewed on Issues, Etc radio about the effects of pro-life legislation on the declining abortion rate.

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  • Ethical engineering and 'smart socks'

    School of Engineering students were mentioned in the Arlington Catholic Herald about the Grand Challenges Scholars Program on developing ‘Smart Socks’ where they will reveal the prototype on Research Day on April 9th.

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  • If Catholic Politicians Were Faithful

    Lawrence Grayson, visiting scholar, philosophy, published commentary on National Catholic Register on the actions of Catholic politicians on abortion legislation.  

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  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    ‘We Are Either a Team or We’re Not'

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in The New York Times about the recent defections by house democrats on republican motions.

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  • New Project to Develop Advanced Index Insurance for Small-scale Farmers in Ghana

    Richard Gallenstein, assistant professor, economics, was quoted in Reliefweb about a new project in Ghana to improve the quality of agriculture index insurance and how that will help local farmers.

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  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    Hawley insider had seat at table in Secretary of State inquiry that cleared senator

    Mary Leary, professor, law, was quoted in The Kansas City Star about the investigation of Josh Hawley.

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  • 2019’s Best Cities for St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

    Samuel Fisher, assistant professor, history,  was quoted in Wallethub about St. Patrick's Day and why it’s a popular in the U.S.

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  • Michael  Pakaluk, Ph.D. Headshot

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