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Senior Battles Cancer, Simultaneously Earns B.A. and M.A.

Senior Battles Cancer, Simultaneously Earns B.A. and M.A.

Senior Meagan Montanari is no stranger to hardship. Neither is she a stranger to grace. Before attending Christendom, Montanari had a massive spiritual conversion, leaving behind a life harrowed by addiction for a life animated by Christ’s love. After years of drug...

Newly Uncovered Pope St. John Paul II Work Published by Christendom

Newly Uncovered Pope St. John Paul II Work Published by Christendom

The writings of Pope St. John Paul II are legendary, whether it be his encyclical Veritatis Splendor or his lectures on Theology of the Body. Now, 15 years after his passing, a new work by the great saint has been discovered and published by Christendom College in the...

Artwork Installation Begins in New Chapel

Artwork Installation Begins in New Chapel

Christendom’s Christ the King Chapel took another exciting leap forward this past week, with artwork installation beginning in the Chapel’s crossing tower. Beyer Studio, who is designing all of the stained glass for the Chapel, began installing 8,000 pieces of diamond...

Christendom Celebrates 500th Alumni Marriage

Christendom Celebrates 500th Alumni Marriage

The world needs holy, healthy, and happy marriages more than ever. Fortunately, Christendom alumni frequently pursue this vocation and start families of their own, equipped with a well-formed understanding of the sacrament of marriage. Alumni Ian and Annie (Speer)...

Seniors Approach Academic Year with Renewed Gratitude and Resilience

Seniors Approach Academic Year with Renewed Gratitude and Resilience

Students and educators throughout the nation are uncertain of what the 2020-21 academic year will hold. For seniors who have been looking forward to a year full of memory-making and anticipated traditions, these uncertainties are especially daunting. Yet members of...

Theology Chairman Writes New Article for Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Theology Chairman Writes New Article for Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Is life just a series of random events? Or, is Goodness the source and end of all human activity? In today’s scientific world, these questions are raised often, with many leaning towards the former rather than the latter. However, Christendom College theology chairman...

College to Host In-Person and Virtual Open Houses This Fall

College to Host In-Person and Virtual Open Houses This Fall

Even in the best of circumstances, researching and deciding upon the right college can be a tough process for students and their families. But with many college campuses closed or simply not accepting visitors this fall, the college discernment process is additionally...

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