The National Catholic Register recently wrote a feature story celebrating Christendom’s 40th anniversary, discussing the college’s history and what staff and students attribute to its longevity. The piece, which features interviews with college founders, alumni, and current students, goes deep into the history of Christendom, explaining why it was founded and what is on the horizon for the college.

An aerial view of Christendom’s campus.

“Just look at Christendom’s graduates if you want evidence of the college’s success,” said Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society, in the feature story. “They represent the educated Catholic laity that Blessed John Henry Newman famously yearned for: not rash or arrogant, knowledgeable of their faith and prepared to defend it, and able to solve the most difficult problems because they have been taught to think and communicate well.”

Read the full story here.

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