Apostolic Nuncio Calls Catholics to Join Together in Synodality Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the apostolic nuncio to the United States, gave an address entitlred "Synodality and Pope Francis: The Church that Walks Together." Carmelite Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary Gives Catholic University Million The Carmelite Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary has given Catholic University's School of Theology and Religious Studies million.
Catholic University Opens Doors to Puerto Rico Students The University will open its doors to undergraduate students currently enrolled in degree programs in college and universities in Puerto Rico.
Students Honor Martin Luther King, Jr., with Acts of Service More than 800 members of the Catholic University community participated in this year's MLK Day of Service.Immigration Experts Discuss 'The Globalization of Indifference' A panel discussion at Catholic University provided an inside look at the Catholic Church's position on migration and 'the globalization of indifference.' University Honored with Three CASE Awards The Office of Marketing and Communications has been honored with three Accolades awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Thomas Aquinas Mass Celebrates Catholic Schools Week Catholic University and the Dominican House of Studies, in association with the National Catholic Education Association, will kick off the second semester of the year and National Catholic Schools Week at the annual University Mass in commemoration of the patronal feast of St. Catholic University Announces Upcoming Spring Arts Event Catholic University will present a full line-up of arts events this spring."On the Margins: At the Intersection of Catholic Thought and Migration" A panel discussion on immigration will take places Jan. VSL Team Wins Grant to Study Preservation of Priceless Glass Flutes The Vitreous State Laboratory is part of a team awarded a three-year 0,000 grant for a research project aimed at improving preservation methods for priceless glass flutes.Texts from Jane Eyre: And Other Conversations with Your Favorite Literary Characters, by Mallory Ortberg, who is the awesomest, and you should also be reading her as the new Dear Prudence. Four terminally ill people are given genetically perfect, illness-free versions of their former bodies and have to figure out how to remake themselves. I loved the movie and wasn’t sure if the book would be too sci-fi for me, but it’s not. It has a priggish fiancé, an unsuitable second suitor, an annoying chaperone, a romp through Italy, and so many more delightful things. I ended up equally haunted by the almost painfully beautiful writing and the story itself, which is about a teenage girl who drifts into what’s clearly a reimagining of the Manson cult. It’s essays by comedy writer Jessi Klein on everything from dating to aging to her issues with baths.The Partly Cloudy Patriot, by Sarah Vowell, who is smart and funny and mixes pop culture with history and you will want to invite her to dinner. I’m mid-way through and it’s making me want to watch the movie nightly. I’m a Stranger Here Myself, by Bill Bryson, the master of travel writing, writing about coming home — what it’s like to return to America after 20 years away. It’s hilarious and you will want to go to brunch with her.