Thanks to Catholic University’s Washington, D.C. location and vast alumni network, students often get the chance to learn directly from leaders in a variety of fields. Students participate in master classes with world-class musicians and actors. Politicians regularly visit campus and answer students’ questions about policy. Business leaders offer advice to the next generation of CEOs and entrepreneurs. And these are just a few examples of the opportunities that await students at Catholic University. 

The articles below highlight some of the recent visits to campus by those considered leaders in their field. 

    A Music Master Class

    Anthony McGill, principal clarinet for the New York Philharmonic, gave a master class for clarinetists at Catholic University.


    • Crisis: Clergy Abuse in the Catholic Church
      Host Karna Lozoya interviews bishops, survivors, lawyers, and others about the systemic problem of sexual abuse that has plagued the modern church for more than 70 years.
    • Echoing Faith Today
      Host Jem Sullivan, Ph.D., engages clergy, scholars, and others on the front lines of Catholic pastoral ministry in discussing themes in the new Directory for Catechesis.