Christendom College alumnus Deacon Sabatino Carnazzo appeared for a second time on EWTN’s Sunday Night Live with Fr. Benedict Groeschel at the end of May. Carnazzo, who graduated from Christendom in 2004 with a degree in Theology, is founder of The Institute of Catholic Culture, a non-profit adult faith formation organization dedicated to the re-evangelization of society through educational and cultural projects offered to the public at no charge.
The Institute for Catholic Culture’s Lecture Series features a number of Christendom College professors each year. College President and Theology Professor Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, History Professor Brendan McGuire, Theology Professors Dr. William Marshner, Steve Weidenkopf, and Eric J. Jenislawski, along with Philosophy Professors Mark Wunsch, Dr. Douglas Flippen, and Dr. John Cuddeback regularly deliver lectures. Click here to find out more about topics, times, and locations.
“The Institute of Catholic Culture is blessed to have built a strong relationship with Christendom College and its first-class faculty,” Carnazzo says. “And we are blessed not simply because these men represent the finest Catholic thinkers of our age, but because they exemplify fidelity to Christ and His Church.”
To read more about Carnazzo and how Christendom College inspired him to start the Institute click here.