Inter-religious ed: Muslims at Catholic colleges and universities

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Article Ecumenical & Interfaith Dialogue Young Adults
A growing number of Muslim students are putting their faith in Catholic universities.

As a senior at Loyola University in Chicago, Mariam Choudhry is well aware of her school’s Catholic identity. She sees it in the crucifixes hanging on every classroom wall, in the faces of the Jesuit priests walking through campus, and, of course, she’s seen it when visiting the university’s Madonna della Strada Chapel.


Inter-religious ed: Muslims at Catholic colleges and universities

By Katie Bahr| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ecumenical & Interfaith Dialogue Young Adults
A growing number of Muslim students are putting their faith in Catholic universities.

As a senior at Loyola University in Chicago, Mariam Choudhry is well aware of her school’s Catholic identity. She sees it in the crucifixes hanging on every classroom wall, in the faces of the Jesuit priests walking through campus, and, of course, she’s seen it when visiting the university’s Madonna della Strada Chapel.


Investing in futures: New ways of paying for Catholic education

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Article Marriage and Family Young Adults

Donors bent on saving struggling Catholic schools have deep pockets and even deeper commitment.

The closing of Our Lady of Sorrows School in Portland, Oregon was the last straw for business owner David Brands.


Investing in futures: New ways of paying for Catholic education

By Kristen Hannum| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Marriage and Family Young Adults

Donors bent on saving struggling Catholic schools have deep pockets and even deeper commitment.

The closing of Our Lady of Sorrows School in Portland, Oregon was the last straw for business owner David Brands.


Show me the way: How can parents pass on the faith?

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Article Marriage and Family Scripture and Theology
Whether you’re a parent or a volunteer catechist, this theologian says the art of persuasion is key to handing on the faith. Want proof? Just watch Jesus in the gospels.

Thomas Groome learned this truth somewhat late in life: Even if you have been a major scholar in the field of religious education for decades, even if you speak internationally on the subject of handing on the faith, and lo, even if you are the primary author of three major catechetical series used by millions of children and young people, your own child will always be your toughest audience.


Building and sustaining communities in a world of social media

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Article Scripture and Theology Spirituality Young Adults
Fifty years after the opening of the Second Vatican Council, the church faces new challenges. In this final installment of a three-part series, Rev. Verity A Jones explains how social media can throw relationships and communities into high relief, including communities of faith.

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How can we keep young people in the church?

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Article Sex and Sexuality Women Young Adults
Fifty years after the game-changing Second Vatican Council a new generation helps the church respond to today’s signs of the times. John Wilkens asks, What can the church do for young people?

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How can we keep young people in the church?

By John Wilkins| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Sex and Sexuality Women Young Adults
Fifty years after the game-changing Second Vatican Council a new generation helps the church respond to today’s signs of the times. John Wilkens asks, What can the church do for young people?

Read more scholars on today's signs of the times.


Do you have faith in your vote?

By Heather Grennan Gary| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Politics
Catholics are valued voters for the candidates because they take their faith and their role in democracy seriously. In a 2008 U.S. Catholic survey, though, readers reveal that faith can lead voters in very different directions.

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