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  • Georgetown Students Drive Pro-Life Efforts Without University Support

    Georgetown University students who attended last week's March for Life in Washington, D.C., recently told The Cardinal Newman Society that student groups at the University are finding success in driving pro-life outreach and discussion on campus despite the University's lack of support for their events and activities, or for Church teaching on life issues."I think that given a campus culture that's often hostile to pro-life views, it's extremely helpful that there exists organizations like Georgetown Right to Life," Michael Khan, president of the student-run Right to Life group, told the Newman Society. "With contraceptives allowed in dorms and faculty...
  • Vatican Says Univ. of San Diego Drag Show Caused Scandal, New Show Planned Next Week

    04/03/2014 11:49:42 AM PDT · by NYer · 14 replies
    Cardinal Newman Society ^ | April 3, 2014 | Matthew Archbold
    The Vatican’s Congregation for Education has said that a drag show that occurred last year on the campus of the University of San Diego (USD) caused “scandal,” according to a letter revealed by the group Alumni for a Catholic USD.Nevertheless, the student organization PRIDE at USD will again be hosting a drag show next week called “Celebration of Gender Expression: Supreme Drag Superstar” on the campus of the Catholic institution, according to the group’s Facebook site.“Transgender & Transsexual? Gender expression & gender identity? Drag queen & drag king? What do these terms mean?,” the group asks. “At this Changemaker event,...
  • Now Obama's NLRB tells a church school it's not religious enough

    08/31/2011 5:10:19 PM PDT · by blueyon · 27 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 8/29/2011 | Ken Klukowski
    It's not enough for President Obama's National Labor Relations Board to target the Boeing plant in South Carolina. Now the NLRB thinks it can tell a church school when it's not religious enough. Most people have heard by now of NLRB's unprecedented decree that Boeing Co. cannot build a new airline production facility in South Carolina. But Obama's NLRB is also claiming the authority to dictate labor policies and order union elections at Catholic universities if they are not religious enough.
  • Who Is Catholic? New conservative colleges

    04/12/2004 9:44:29 AM PDT · by Coleus · 24 replies · 6,155+ views
    Who Is Catholic?New conservative colleges say existing institutions lead students away from the true faith Chart: New Conservative Catholic Colleges Colloquy Live: Read the transcript of a live, online discussion with David O'Brien, a historian of American Catholicism at the College of the Holy Cross, about the staunchly conservative Roman Catholic colleges that have been recently established in the United States. Easy-to-print version E-mail this article Subscribe By BURTON BOLLAGNaples, Fla. Every evening at 9 o'clock a group of students and faculty members gathers between two four-story student residences --one for men, the other for women --and sets off on...
  • Survey Finds 96 Catholic Universities Have Pro-Homosexual Clubs

    04/01/2008 1:43:58 PM PDT · by concernedAmerican1 · 25 replies · 441+ views
    TFP ^ | 04-01-08 | TFP Student Action
    Scandal: 96 Catholic Universities Have Pro-Homosexual ClubsHelp stop this scandal by signing the TFP’s urgent appeal to the presidents of Catholic universities Here is a list Catholic universities with pro-homosexual clubs Historically, Catholic universities have been beacons of truth. They have set a standard of intellectual progress and moral excellence. They have elevated culture, formed the minds of great men, and paved the way for abundant scientific breakthroughs. However, these beacons of truth are now failing. Moral values are being undermined on many Catholic campuses and the principles that once guided souls in the noble task of higher learning are...
  • Queer Monologues Premier at John Carroll University

    05/17/2006 5:52:46 AM PDT · by Diago · 19 replies · 417+ views
    www.carrollnewsonline ^ | April 10, 2006 | Abbey Fox
    Queer Monologues Premier at John Carroll Written by Abbey Fox on April 10, 2006 Their message is simple: "Its okay to be gay. Its okay to be straight. All we ask is that you dont discriminate!" Last weekend in the Marinello Little Theatre, the JCU Allies presented "The Queer Monologues," an entirely student written, produced and directed theatrical production. Director, sophomore Katie Sedon, says the "The Queer Monologues" is an activist production that engages an audience in the culture and ideologies of the gay community. Sedon said, "Its greatest purpose is educational in promoting an awareness of the gay community...
  • Leading United Nations Abortion Advocate a Prof at a Pontifical Catholic University

    02/08/2006 4:35:26 PM PST · by wagglebee · 9 replies · 377+ views
    Life Site News ^ | 2/8/06 | John-Henry Westen
    NEW YORK, February 7, 2006 ( - Silvia Pimentel, has distinguished herself as one of the leading promoters of abortion on the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). Elected to sit on the committee in January 2005 and currently serving as Vice Chair, Pimentel is one of the 23 'experts' on the UN body which monitors compliance with the UN convention of the same name.Several pro-life groups which monitor UN proceedings expressed to their frustrations with the abortion push coming from the CEDAW committee. Jeanne Head, the UN representative for the National Right to...
  • Duquesne Sophomore Challenges 'Sexual Orientation' Harassment Charge

    11/01/2005 4:21:43 PM PST · by wagglebee · 105 replies · 2,333+ views
    Agape Press ^ | 11/1/05 | Jim Brown
    A student at a Catholic university in Pittsburgh is protesting the school's decision to punish him for opposing the formation of a homosexual student group on campus. Duquesne University recently charged sophomore Ryan Miner with discrimination based on sexual orientation. Miner says he was punished for comments he made on a private website called after creating a group called "Against the Gay-Straight Alliance." Miner explains what happened. "I had written a blog, and I used not the most prudent of words but words that I felt coincided within my faith in the Catholic Church," the student shares. "I said,...
  • Seton Hall demotes dean critical of Church's homosexuality stance

    10/29/2005 7:16:46 PM PDT · by DBeers · 38 replies · 1,239+ views
    Newsday ^ | October 28, 2005 | Newsday
    Seton Hall demotes dean critical of church's homosexuality stance October 28, 2005, 4:12 PM EDT SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. -- A gay associate dean at Seton Hall University, a Roman Catholic institution, has been demoted after criticizing the church's position on homosexuality, according to published reports. A letter written by W. King Mott, 44, who has been an associate dean at the school for three years, was published Oct. 19 in The Star-Ledger of Newark. Mott, who is openly gay and said he lives with his partner, wrote in the letter that that the Catholic church is unfairly attacking gay men...
  • Expulsion For Gay Comments? Duquesne Student Resists Punishment

    10/27/2005 1:31:05 PM PDT · by Coleus · 184 replies · 2,753+ views
    Expulsion For Gay Comments? Duquesne Student Resists Punishment Catholic University Sanctions Student for Calling Homosexuality 'Subhuman' PITTSBURGH -- A Duquesne University sophomore will risk being kicked out of school rather than write an essay as punishment for expressing his view that homosexuality is "subhuman." Ryan Miner, 19, of Hagerstown, Md., was sanctioned by Duquesne after posting his view in The Facebook, an online directory that is not related to the university. Miner opposed an effort by other students to form a Gay-Straight Alliance group, an issue that is still being debated by the university. "I believe as a student...
  • Catholic Universities & UNICEF

    09/17/2005 8:21:28 PM PDT · by Coleus · 9 replies · 648+ views
    Campus Report ^ | 08.26.05 | Malcolm A. Kline
    Catholic Universities & UNICEFby: Malcolm A. Kline, August 26, 2005 Six Catholic universities have United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF)chapters on their campuses despite the Vaticans nine-year-old refusal to support the multilateral government agency. Officials at the six Catholic universities with UNICEF chapters seemed mostly unaware of either UNICEFs shift toward abortion advocacy or the Vaticans disapproval of same. From spokesmen and women at the sixBoston College, Fordham, Georgetown, Loyola-Marymount-California, the University of St. Thomas (Texas), and VillanovaI got many who answered They do? and It did? when I asked whether UNICEFs pro-choice stance and the papacys reaction to it...
  • "Catholic University" bans pro-abortion speakers, Bishops to Catholic Politicians: Vote Pro Life

    10/07/2004 10:00:11 PM PDT · by Coleus · 47 replies · 3,325+ views
    Catholic News Agency ^ | Oct. 06, 2004
    Catholic University bans pro-abortion speakers, protesters claim "too Catholic"WASHINGTON DC, USA, Oct. 06, 2004 (CNA) - Catholic University authorities have decided to enforce the U.S. bishops' request to deny pro-abortion public figures a platform at Catholic campuses, but some faculty members as well as a group of students are considering this stand "too Catholic."Three weeks ago, authorities at CU decided to block an invitation to actor Stanley Tucci to speak at a forum on Italian film because of his involvement with abortion rights organizations.In a memo to faculty members, the university's president, Fr. David M. O'Connell, explained that Tucci, who...
  • Teaching Euthanasia (in American Catholic universities)

    06/10/2005 9:56:36 PM PDT · by Coleus · 44 replies · 5,187+ views
    Crisis ^ | June 2005 | Patrick J.Reilly
    TeachingEuthanasiaBy Patrick J.ReillyThe intense battle to prevent Terri Schiavo's husband from removing her feeding tube was horrible enough. To think that some American Catholic universitiesand their ethics, theology, law, and medical professorsbear some responsibility for Schiavo's slow death is almost too much to imagine. Yet prior to Schiavo's death, professors from top Catholic universities helped convince the courts and the public that removing her feeding tube was acceptable and consistent with Catholic teachingeven while the Vatican said it was euthanasia. Several professors sought to publicly undermine Pope John Paul II's clear statements on the moral obligation to feed and hydrate...
  • MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE DECLARED NOT CATHOLIC by Archdiocese of New York [Hillary at issue]

    04/28/2005 3:30:37 PM PDT · by Diago · 127 replies · 9,879+ views
    Cardinal Newman Society E-mail Alert ^ | Thu, 28 Apr 2005 14:34:13 -0700 | Cardinal Newman Society
    Thank you everyone who participated in Cardinal Newman Society's protest against Hillary Clinton's commencement address and honorary degree at Marymount Manhattan College! Your actions have led to a just outcome and will send a strong message to other wayward Catholic colleges. Please continue to help us protest several other commencement scandals -- more details to come next week! -- CNS DURING CNS PROTEST OF HILLARY CLINTON HONORS, MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE DECLARED NOT CATHOLIC (April 28, 2005) The Archdiocese of New York has formally declared Marymount Manhattan College -- which has been under protest by the Cardinal Newman Society for inviting...
  • Made-up massacre, 'Jenin Massacre' still exists only in the minds of the uninformed

    04/18/2005 7:45:10 PM PDT · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 17 replies · 1,620+ views
    DC Examiner ^ | April 17, 2005 | Joel Mowbray
    Facts are stubborn things - except when you create your own. When I was asked about the "Jenin Massacre" by a Muslim student during an event at Norfolk's Old Dominion this week, it became clear we were coming from two very different perspectives: reality vs. mythology. There was no "Jenin Massacre." Period. The only "massacre" that took place at Jenin was that of the truth. Palestinians, long masters of media manipulation, went by the hundreds to foreign media - whom Israel kept outside of the armed conflict - to claim that over 500 innocents had been slaughtered. The man at...
  • Ghost of McCarthy on campus (DePaul and Thomas Klocek, and "No Sense of Decency")

    04/17/2005 5:33:30 PM PDT · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 19 replies · 897+ views
    Chicagos DePaul University, which has taken a couple of hits for its grotesque squashing of a professors free-speech rights, is hitting back, adding defamatory insult to career-ending injury and a question comes to mind. Its a question that was asked by the counsel for the Army in 1954 when Sen. Joseph McCarthy was seeking out Communists in the government. He threw his charges around with little or no evidence; others in Congress did the same, and sometimes reputations were recklessly ruined. In the hearing, McCarthy got tangled with the counsel, Joseph Welch, in suggesting that a young associate of...
  • Free speech under fire at DePaul-(Thomas Klocek Update)

    04/07/2005 9:10:18 PM PDT · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 19 replies · 1,112+ views
    The Chicago Journal ^ | April 7, 2005 | LAURA PUTRE
    During his 14 years at DePaul University, Thomas Klocek dwelled in adjunct-professor purgatory, quietly coming and going times a week from his Loop classroom and his home on the citys Southwest Side. His evalutions from students in the universitys School of New Learning were consistently positiveand that, apparently, was enough for his bosses because nary a supervisor visited his classroom. Kloceks invisibility ran out, however, one day in September when he got caught up in a heated debate at a student activities fair on the schools downtown campus. He stopped at a table where two student groupsStudents for Justice in...
  • Catholic Higher Education Alert -- 2/17/2005

    02/18/2005 8:14:55 PM PST · by Coleus · 5 replies · 1,326+ views
    Cardinal Newman Society | 02.18.05
    Cardinal Newman Society's mission is the renewal of Catholic higher education, so we can hardly be pleased about losing historically Catholic colleges to secularization. But there comes a time when the bishops have to insist on truth in advertising. Two formerly Catholic colleges in Rochester, New York, now have honesty--if not fidelity to their founding principles--on their side. Thank you, Bishop Clark! Meanwhile, exciting new colleges like Southern Catholic College outside Atlanta are gearing up to take the place of the lost institutions. (Southern Catholic opens in the fall.) To paraphrase Darwin, it's a process of supernatural selection! ============================FRIDAY, FEBRUARY...
  • Another St. Valentines Day "Massacre" (V***** Monologues to be viewd on Catholic Campuses

    02/11/2005 6:26:15 PM PST · by Coleus · 24 replies · 1,665+ views
    TFP ^ | 02.11.05
    The feast of St. Valentine has become a stage for feminists on 30 American Catholic Universities to attack the Church's traditional moral teaching. The feast of St. Valentine has become a stage for feminists on 30 American Catholic Universities to attack the Church's traditional moral teaching. Another St. Valentines Day "Massacre" Feminists on thirty American Catholic universities are planning a new St. Valentine's Day "Massacre," where the Church's traditional moral teaching is the victim, by organizing showings of the lewd play, "The V***** Monologues" in the weeks surrounding St. Valentine's Day. (Asterisks added for the sake of modesty).The choice...
  • McCarthyism at Marquette

    02/11/2005 5:31:50 AM PST · by Millicent_Hornswaggle · 14 replies · 816+ views ^ | February 11, 2005 | Mike S. Adams
    Dear Dean McCarthy ( Recently, I browsed the Marquette University website and found the following mission statement: Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university dedicated to serving God by serving our students and contributing to the advancement of knowledge. Our mission, therefore, is the search for truth, the discovery and sharing of knowledge, the fostering of personal and professional excellence, the promotion of a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others. All this we pursue for the greater glory of God and the common benefit of the human community. Below your mission statement,...