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The Miracles of Mary in Ethiopia with Jeremy Brown, Ph.D. 2019May 19, 2022
COVID-19 vaccines and Catholic University: A discussion with Dr. Venigalla RaoMay 19, 2022
Alumni panel discusses human dignity in the workplaceMay 19, 2022
AAPI alumni share workplace insightsMay 19, 2022
Alumni Career Panel (Feb 2022)May 18, 2022
Interfaith ceremony dedicates new home of Angels Unawares statue on Catholic University’s campusMay 06, 2022
Alumnae panelists share stories of successMay 05, 2022
How should we remember? History, meaning, and community
Honoring the best of Catholic University Athletics: Class of 2020 Athletics Hall of FameApril 26, 2022
Brian Cashman, B.A. 1989: Class of 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame MemberApril 26, 2022
Kevin Ricca, Class of 1998: Class of 2020 Hall of Fame MemberApril 25, 2022
Angela Gloukhoff Wentling, B.B.E. 1994: Class of 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame MemberApril 22, 2022
The Challenge of Easter JoyApril 18, 2022
Blackburn, Fisher, Homan, and Keating: Class of 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame MembersApril 08, 2022
Community brings success to the 2022 Founders Day Giving ChallengeApril 06, 2022
Patrick Maloney, B.A. 2002: Class of 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame MemberApril 04, 2022
First in-person Gratus celebration honors University's friends and benefactorsMarch 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
Be present — this Lenten season is a giftFebruary 22, 2022
Ash Wednesday and the Lenten season have arrived.
I remember thinking at some point — during these last two years of pandemic and societal strife — that I felt like we were in a perpetual Lent. It seemed that there was only suffering, pain, and