Christendom College

July 29, 2010

Archive

Students to Host Conservative Lecture in D.C.

Author Philip Bess will deliver a lecture entitled Urbanism: Old and New, Past and Future, Continuities and Discontinuities at the District Chophouse in downtown Washington, D.C., on August 4, at 7 p.m. Philip Bess, a prominent speaker and architect, will discuss New Urbanism and the Thomistic and Aristotelian principles that govern traditional urban design. The event, funded by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, is co-sponsored by Christendom College's Cincinnatus League, Christendom's forum for conservative political philosophy, as well as Conservatism on Tap, a…

“Experience Christendom” Summer Programs Draw Largest Numbers Ever — Attracting Over 160 Students From Across America

Christendom College's ever-popular "Experience Christendom" Summer Program was held in four different one-week sessions this year, drawing 160 participants from all over the U.S. "I wasn't sure that we would be able to fill four sessions this year, in light of the fact that the economy is still in pretty bad shape, but, thankfully, we did," says Admissions Director Tom McFadden. "We added a fourth session this year, and thanks in a large part to the generosity of some of…

College Welcomes New Head Chaplain Fr. Donald Planty

Arlington Diocese's Bishop Paul Loverde has assigned Fr. Donald J. Planty, Jr., as the Head Chaplain to Christendom College. Fr. Planty's assignment began on July 7 and he celebrated his first Mass in Christ the King Chapel on July 8. Fr. Planty was born in 1966 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to parents originally from New York, where his grandmothers still live, one in Upstate New York and the other in New York City. His parents, two brothers, sister-in-law and two…

Simple Share Buttons
Simple Share Buttons