• University Statement on Father James Martin, S.J., Invitation

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  • Launch of CSS

    Center for the Study of Statesmanship Kicks Off

    With a mix of fanfare and gravitas, Catholic University formally launched the Center for the Study of Statesmanship (CSS) Sept. 13 at the National Press Club in downtown Washington, D.C.

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  • Signing the agreement

    10-Year Research Agreement Promises up to $80 Million in Funding for Vitreous State Laboratory

    University Provost Andrew Abela signed a new agreement Sept. 12 to continue a long-standing commercial partnership between the University’s Vitreous State Laboratory (VSL) and the Atkins company. The new agreement has a projected value to Catholic University that could amount to as much as $80 million over its 10-year term, based on past performance.

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  • Sistine Chapel Choir to Host Workshop on Sacred Music at Catholic University

    Twelve members of the Sistine Chapel Choir and their director will offer a rare glimpse into the performance of sacred music.

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  • Students Serve as Summer Interns at the White House

    Two Catholic University students spent their summer serving as White House interns.

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  • University Receives High U.S. News and World Report Rankings

    The Catholic University of America has risen in the U.S. News & World Report 2018 listings for Universities and graduate programs nationwide.

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  • Columbus School of Law Receives $1.4 Million for Three New Initiatives

    The Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America has recently received gifts and commitments totaling $1.4 million that will provide initial funding for three new initiatives supporting research and educational opportunities for faculty and students.

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  • Catholic University Social Service School to Hold Teach-In on How to Combat Racism

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  • President John Garvey Responds to Decision to End DACA

    Catholic University President John Garvey issued a statement in response to the Trump Administration’s decision to end DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017.

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  • Message From President Garvey About The People Affected By the Hurricane

    We extend our prayers and concern to all the people affected by the hurricane that hit Houston and New Orleans this week. It is an especially difficult time for students at our University who are from the affected areas.

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  • Theology School Welcomes New Faculty Members

    The School of Theology and Religious Studies (STRS) at The Catholic University of America welcomes two new faculty members this year whose research and expertise include the relationship between faith and reason, as well as Eastern Christianity.

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  • Mass of the Holy Spirit

    Students Called as Witnesses for Christ during Mass of the Holy Spirit

    Students, faculty, and staff members at The Catholic University of America were called to be witnesses for Christ during this year’s Mass of the Holy Spirit, which took place in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on Aug. 31.

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  • Liturgical Studies Faculty Participate in 26th International Congress of Societas Liturgica

    The Catholic University of America had the largest contingent of faculty presenters during last month’s 26th biennial Congress of Societas Liturgica, an international ecumenical society for the study of liturgy.

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  • Bishop Braxton to Address The Catholic Church, and Black Lives Matter Movement

    On Thursday, Sept. 21, Bishop Edward Braxton of Belleville, Ill., will visit Catholic University to address issues related to the racial divide and religion.

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  • Business Leaders to Discuss the Moral Limits and Potential of Profit

    This fall, business and faith leaders from around the world will meet at The Catholic University of America for the conference Good Profit: How Profitable Business Can Be a Force for Good.

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  • New Students Receive Warm Welcome at Move-In Day

    It was a busy morning on Thursday, Aug. 24, as more than 800 first-year and transfer students moved into the residence halls at The Catholic University of America for the first time.

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  • Local Small Businesses to Kick Start Growth with Catholic University

    Al Goldberg, founder of Mess Hall, which provides up-and-coming food entrepreneurs with commercial kitchens and related services in northeast Washington, D.C., had been wrestling with options to expand his business. With the help of a novel program at The Catholic University of America, he’ll have access to the kind of new business insights, tailored mentoring, and expanded business and capital connections he needs.

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  • New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu

    Confederate Monument Debate

    On May 19, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, B.A. 1982, gave a notable speech on the removal of four city monuments celebrating the Confederacy.

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  • MEAM group

    More Than 20 Priests Participate in Ecclesial Administration and Management Program

    Earlier this month, more than 20 priests from 17 dioceses around the country as well as Rome and Colombia took a week of classes as part of the Master of Science in Ecclesial Administration and Management (MEAM) program.

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  • Catholic University Kicks Off Foreign Policy Center

    Catholic University’s newly-established Center for the Study of Statesmanship offers a measured approach to foreign policy that is rooted in restraint and American constitutionalism.

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  • Students praying

    Catholic University to Open Academic Year with Mass of the Holy Spirit

    The Catholic University of America will celebrate the start of the academic year with its Mass of the Holy Spirit on Thursday, Aug. 31, at 12:10 p.m. in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Great Upper Church.

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  • Catholic University to Present Fall 2017 Drama and Music Events

    The Catholic University of America will present a full line-up of arts events this fall. The Department of Drama will bring two productions to the stage and students from the Benjamin T. School of Music will also have much to offer.

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  • Physics Professors Awarded Hubble Observing Time

    Steve Kraemer, chair of The Catholic University of America Department of Physics and director for the University’s Institute of Astrophysics and Computational Sciences, is part of a team of astrophysicists from around the world that was recently awarded observing time on the Hubble Space Telescope.

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  • Catholic University Professor/NASA Astrophysicist Available for Comment on Eclipse

    An astrophysicist from Catholic University will be in Atchison, Kan., on Aug. 21 to witness the historic solar eclipse. For the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the United States from coast to coast. Atchison lies in a stretch of land known as the "path of totality" for the eclipse.

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  • Blessed Ngwenya

    VSL Participates in South African Leadership Program

    This summer, The Catholic University of America was selected as the first research university to participate in the South Africa Washington International (SAWI) program, which brings South African college students to Washington, D.C., to help prepare them for leadership positions in their own communities.

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