Christendom College

November 27, 2007

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College Announces 30th Anniversary Pilgrimage to Eternal City

In celebration of its 30th Anniversary Year, Christendom College will be traveling to Rome on a pilgrimage in thanksgiving for God's blessings on Christendom College and to ask for His help and grace in the years to come. To be led by College President Dr. Timothy O'Donnell and his wife, Cathy, the group will depart on February 28 and return on March 9. For an all-inclusive cost of $2850.00, the pilgrims will depart from Dulles Airport and arrive in Rome…

Latin Immersion Program to be Held at Christendom College this Summer

Have you ever wished that you could speak Latin? understand spoken Latin? read Latin at the same speed you read English? It used to be (before the advent of the twentieth century) that all students going to college had to be able to understand spoken Latin, speak it well, and write it well, for all teaching and learning was conducted in Latin. For this reason, Latin was taught for more than a thousand years so that non-native speakers of Latin…

Mega-Shield Draws Over 125 Students to Prayerfully Protest at an Abortuary

Each Saturday, after attending 7am Mass on campus, a group of Christendom students under the title “Shield of Roses” travels to Washington, DC, to peacefully protest their opposition to abortion by praying outside an abortion mill. This tradition was established at Christendom from the very beginning and continues up to this day. The abortion mill, operated by Planned Parenthood, is located right in the middle of Washington, DC, on 16th St. and L. According to Sophomore Paul Wilson, the current…

Special Message Regarding IRA Distributions

With each passing day, it is becoming increasingly unlikely that the Pension Protection Act of 2006 will be expanded or extended by Congress before the end of 2007.  Therefore, the window of opportunity allowing those over 70 ½ to direct tax-free gifts from traditional or Roth IRAs to Christendom College will close most likely on December 31st. Under current law, the $100,000 limit per individual ($200,000 for couples) has been an annual cap, so there are only a few weeks…

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