Class of 2021 cheers during commencement

2022 Founders Day Giving ChallengeCatholicU community delivers success

The 2022 Founders Day Giving Challenge was an incredible success! The Cardinal family united to make 788 gifts in celebration of the founding of The Catholic University of America.

Peter Kilpatrick

Introducing the University's 16th PresidentPeter Kilpatrick

On July 1, 2022, Peter Kilpatrick will succeed President John Garvey, who has served as president for 12 years.

Basilica during Cardinal Fest 2021

Light the Way: The Campaign for Catholic UniversityExtended through 2023 with $500M goal

The Catholic University of America will extend Light the Way: The Campaign for Catholic University through 2023 with a new goal of $500 million.

1887 Society logo with McMahon Hall

Leadership annual giving1887 Society

Join Catholic University's philanthropic society for leadership annual donors!

Upcoming Events

Celebrate Catholic University with us! Join us for these upcoming events:

May 19

Cardinals in the District: Government and Politics

Cornerstone Government Affairs - Washington, DC

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May 25

Dr. Cabrini Pak and Using a Theology Degree for Business Research | CUOnline

Webinar - Online,

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Our Latest Stories
Community brings success to the 2022 Founders Day Giving Challenge
April 06, 2022
The Cardinal family united to make 834 gifts in celebration of the founding of The Catholic University of America, and the results were amazing. We thank everyone who participated.
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Patrick Maloney, B.A. 2002: Class of 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame Member
April 04, 2022
On Saturday, April 2, Patrick Maloney, B.A. 2002, was formally inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame in a ceremony that was originally scheduled for 2020.
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First in-person Gratus celebration honors University's friends and benefactors
March 25, 2022

On March 21, Catholic University held its first in-person Gratus celebration honoring the University’s friends and benefactors. Two previous Gratus events were held virtually due to the pandemic. Nearly 300 gathered in the Great Room of the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center to enjoy dinner

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National Tour of "Angels Unawares"

In 2020 and 2021, Timothy Schmalz's Angels Unawares sculpture was on a national tour. In April 2022, the 20-foot-long, 3.5-ton sculpture will be permanently installed on the campus of The Catholic University of America.

 
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