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College Continues Legacy of Defending the Unborn

Going on the March for Life each year is a part of the life of every Christendom student. Since the college’s beginning, it has cancelled classes on the day of the March to attend the annual event in Washington, D.C. College Founder Dr. Warren Carroll believed that it was part of the mission of the college to make a point of standing for life and fighting for the rights of the unborn, so getting the entire community to travel to…

Registration Now Open for Full-Tuition Scholarship Competition

Registration is now open for Christendom’s 2018 Padre Pio Full-Tuition Scholarship Competition. The highly-popular competition is accepting more applicants than ever this year, as students compete for the opportunity to win a four year, full-tuition academic scholarship at Christendom. “Each year, Christendom’s time-tested education attracts some of the best and brightest students from across the country. This year, we’ve expanded the competition to allow more of these high-achieving students to be able to pursue this great scholarship opportunity,” says director…

Acclaimed Film “Outcasts” to Screen at Christendom

Christendom College will host a screening of the acclaimed documentary, “Outcasts,” on Thursday, January 18, in St. Kilian’s Café. An immersive look at the life and witness of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal in some of the most dangerous locations in the world, the film is for mature audiences only. [caption id="attachment_15433" align="aligncenter" width="625"] "Outcasts" is the latest work from Grassroots Films.[/caption] “Outcasts” is the latest film from Grassroots Films, who previously released the acclaimed films “The Human Experience”…

Christendom College Canceling Classes to Attend 45th Annual March for Life

Christendom College is canceling classes on Friday, January 19, so that the entire student body, as well as members of the faculty and staff, can march with hundreds of thousands in the 45th annual March for Life, to be held in Washington, D.C. [caption id="attachment_15413" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Christendom has been canceling classes for the March for Life since its beginning.[/caption] The March for Life is held each year to commemorate the infamous U.S. Supreme Court decision decriminalizing abortion across all…

Kiplinger’s Names Christendom a Best Value College for 2018

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has named Christendom College a Best Value College for 2018 in its annual list of the top 300 colleges in the United States. “Kiplinger’s is one of the best college ranking systems in the United States. To be featured so prominently by them, year after year, is an honor, and a testament to the educational quality and affordability of Christendom College,” says vice president for enrollment Tom McFadden. [caption id="attachment_15409" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Christendom was named as a Best…

Remembering Sister John Eudes Courtney

Christendom College mourns the passing of Sister John Eudes Courtney, who was the college’s first librarian. A member of the Sinsinawa Domincans, Sr. Eudes was a sister for 68 years, before passing at the age of 95. [caption id="attachment_15268" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Sister Eudes with Cardinal Schotte at Christendom's 25th Anniversary Convocation in 2002.[/caption] Sr. Eudes was born in 1922 in Chicago, and made her first religious profession in 1949. She taught high school English for 30 years, and served in…

Alumnus Gives Authentic Tours of Europe

History major Joe Long ’12 had a dream – to give others the opportunity to experience the beauty and richness of Catholic tradition and culture as only can be discovered through a tour of the greatest cities in Europe.  Having experienced living in the heart of the Church during Christendom College’s semester in Rome as a college junior, he wanted to return to the continent and give others the same opportunity he had. In 2015, he founded ProRome Tours, LLC,…

The Wanderer Celebrates Christendom’s 40th Anniversary

From The Wanderer: In 1977, the world was quite similar to how it is today — only tamer. The culture was in chaos, people were leaving Catholicism, and higher education was becoming increasingly secular. Every different group imaginable was clamoring for their constitutional rights, abortion was becoming part of the fabric of society, and traditional marriage and the family were being undercut by the premarital sex and divorce culture. It was a dark time, and yet, it was in that…

Dr. Carroll Biography Now Available for Pre-Order

The first published biography of Christendom’s late founder, Dr. Warren H. Carroll, will be released this coming January. Titled One Man Perched on a Rock, the book will dig deep into Carroll’s life and the many twists and turns it took before he founded Christendom College, giving an unparalleled glimpse into the life of a man whose commitment to Catholic education changed the world. [caption id="attachment_15202" align="aligncenter" width="625"] The biography chronicles the entirety of Dr. Carroll's life, from his humble…

Chamber Orchestra Wows with Winter Concert

Christendom students love music, whether that be listening to it or performing it. Students put the former on display in grand style on Sunday, December 10, with the Crusader Chamber Orchestra entertaining, moving, and wowing at their annual Winter Concert. [embed]https://youtu.be/yOdRnzyEsUo[/embed] The student-run orchestra was formed in 2015, and has continued to grow in talent and size in the years since. Featuring students performing a multitude of instruments, including violin, clarinet, piano, percussion, flute, trumpet, and more, the group has…

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