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Student-Athletes Develop Virtue Through Athletics Program

Student-Athletes Develop Virtue Through Athletics Program

For the love of the game and the Glory of God. This is the mantra of the Christendom athletics program. At most colleges, student athletes play a sport to keep their scholarship, or because it’s a hobby. At Christendom, the athletic program has a much higher purpose...

Christendom Alumni Bring Christ to College Campuses Through FOCUS

Christendom Alumni Bring Christ to College Campuses Through FOCUS

The current state of college campus culture is bleak. From politically biased professors, to Greek-life, to the distractions of modern technology and more, there is a whole host of reasons that today’s college students struggle to relate to Christ and live as...

From Rome to Capitol Hill: Padre Pio Scholar Thrives at Christendom

From Rome to Capitol Hill: Padre Pio Scholar Thrives at Christendom

For junior Cecilia Garvey, attending Christendom College was not the original plan. As a talented violinist and academically gifted individual, Garvey wanted to attend a school with a competitive music program that, in her eyes, would lead to a prestigious career. But...

Students to Learn How to Succeed in Business at Life on Tap

Students to Learn How to Succeed in Business at Life on Tap

Christendom will welcome alumni business managers Jackson Kulick (’09) and Dan Beller (’12) to campus on Wednesday, February 19, for the latest Life on Tap networking event for students. Designed to help interested students learn more about how to succeed in a...

Faithful Benefactor Leaves Legacy at Christendom

Faithful Benefactor Leaves Legacy at Christendom

Over the course of a century, Ann Cvaniga saw the culture grow more decadent and fall away from Christian beliefs. Rather than stand idly by, Cvaniga sought to make a difference, and saw Christendom College’s faithful education as a way of fulfilling this need. After...

Running Back to God: Freshman Converts to Catholicism at Christendom

Running Back to God: Freshman Converts to Catholicism at Christendom

Charles Fuller was lost. Like many in his generation, he was dealing with depression and anxiety in high school and was desperately looking for a way out. Most of all, he wanted to feel closer to God. Over the course of the next few years, he searched through history...

Students Learn How to Succeed in Event Planning at Life on Tap

Students Learn How to Succeed in Event Planning at Life on Tap

Alumni event planners Alex Klassen (’04) and Maria McFadden (’18) shared their success stories and answered questions from students during the first Life on Tap alumni networking event of 2020, held on Wednesday, February 5. Both alumni spoke highly of how Christendom...

Christendom Graduate School Celebrates Golden Anniversary

Christendom Graduate School Celebrates Golden Anniversary

For 50 years, Christendom College’s Graduate School has provided orthodox theological education, helping students to come to a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith. This institution has educated religious and lay people, prepared candidates for the diaconate,...

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