Christendom College

July 25, 2012

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Graduate Student Presents Paper at Historical Conference

Christendom graduate student Stephanie Pacheco presented a paper at the 2012 Conference of the American Catholic Historical Association (ACHA). Pacheco’s paper was entitled “Monasticism: A Salve for the Ills of Our Society as It Was Once a Salve for Ancient Society” and was presented in the session on “Models of Christian Living.” The ACHA's annual spring conference was held in New Orleans, La., at Tulane and Loyola Universities. “It’s a big honor to present,” said Pacheco, who also noted that…

Christendom College Experience Continues to Foster Vocations

One hundred and sixteen religious. That includes 66 priests, 47 sisters, one brother, and two deacons. Not bad for small college that will be celebrating its 35th anniversary this fall. This summer alone saw the ordination of three priests. With an average of almost two priests a year since its founding and 16 alumni currently in the seminary, the College is doing its part to fight the Church’s vocation crisis. “My experience at Christendom was intensely formative for me in…

Graduate School Professor Records Church History Series

Church history Professor, Steven Weidenkopf, who teaches “Church History I & II” at Christendom’s graduate school is the creator and co-author of the Church history study, Epic: A Journey Through Church History, published by Ascension Press. This year, he added to the repertoire of the Epic series with a set of live lectures that were filmed for a special focus in the collection on the early Church. Weidenkopf recorded at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Annandale, VA, over a two-day, all-day filming session…

Philosophy Professor Mark Wunsch to Deliver Lecture in McLean, VA

Prof. Mark Wunsch, professor of philosophy at Christendom College, will deliver a lecture on July 21 at 10:00 a.m. at Great Falls Park in McLean, Va. Sponsored by the Institute of Catholic Culture, Wunsch’s talk is entitled "The Nature of Beauty: Seeing the Divine Order in God’s Creation." After receiving his B.A. in philosophy from Regis University in Denver, Colo., Wunsch pursued his graduate studies at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (The Angelicum). There he obtained Ph.B, and…

College Ranked in Top-25 Schools for Homeschool Graduates

Christendom College is ranked as one of the top 25 colleges for homeschool graduates in America in a new report by TheBestSchools.org. The report analyzed schools on the basis of their strengths in the liberal arts, socio-political conservatism, and the integration of faith and science. "It’s great to be included in this ranking," Director of Admissions Tom McFadden says. "Every year we welcome scores of homeschooled graduates and they do very well here.  It’s a testament to the personal nature…

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