- Match this. // Our Sunday Visitor;4/22/2012, Vol. 100 Issue 52, p11B
An excerpt from the web site catholiccollgesonline.org that lists top 10 reasons to attend a Catholic college or university is presented.
- Education. LYNCH, CHARLES McK. // America;1/18/1936, Vol. 54 Issue 15, p353
The author reflects on the reason why the prominent Catholic's son went to secular colleges like Princeton, Yale or California. The author states that the reason is these individuals are snobs, and explains that snobs are members of a social group whose inclement destiny is to spend their lives...
- College Students and Conversion. Guido, Joseph J. // America;02/05/2001, Vol. 184 Issue 3, p13
Deals with the survey sponsored by the Higher Education Research Institute of the University of California in Los Angeles, California on the university education of Catholic students. Profile of Catholic students; Psychology of spiritual conversion among the students; Sacramental context of...
- Catholic students in non-Catholic colleges. // America;9/19/1953, Vol. 89 Issue 25, p591
The article focuses on the report presented by the Newman Club of the University of Minnesota regarding the interests of Catholic students to study in a non-Catholic colleges in the U.S. The Newman Club revealed that two out of three Catholic collegians chose to study in non-Catholic schools....
- CORRESPONDENCE. // America;9/29/1951, Vol. 85 Issue 26, p640
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Catholics and the Social Encyclicals," "Education, Government Issue" and one concerning Catholic college graduates.
- A mixed picture for Catholic higher education. Filteau, Jerrry // National Catholic Reporter;3/5/2010, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p1a
The article presents a snapshot of the trends revolving around 220 U.S. Catholic colleges and universities. It mentions that there have been almost 800,000 student enrollment which is said to be the highest in history and that despite having an increasingly non-Catholic population of students,...
- Lay Teachers in the Catholic College. // America;7/21/1928, Vol. 39 Issue 15, p343
The article discusses the problem of Catholic colleges in the U.S. with regards to the employment of lay teachers due to the growing numbers of its matriculates. It explores the problems encountered by the colleges such as the difficulty in finding teachers and the system of payment. It says...
- A time of prayer and questions on campus. Jones, Melisssa // National Catholic Reporter;9/28/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 41, p30
Focuses on the efforts of Catholic universities in providing support for students in the U.S. Observation of campus ministers on the impact of the tragedy on the students; Support of the institutions on a social justice curriculum; View of the students on military and economic issues.
- The Letter. // Time;6/20/1960, Vol. 75 Issue 25, p40
The article discusses the pastoral letter from Archbishop Joseph E. Ritter of St. Louis, Missouri. It notes that the requirements for Catholic attendance at non-Catholic colleges and universities are set down in the letter. Ritter declared that no Catholic student may attend a non-Catholic...