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President O’Donnell Reflects on Over 30 Years as President

President O’Donnell Reflects on Over 30 Years as President

In the spring semester of 1985, Dr. Timothy O’Donnell came to Christendom to teach. He visited the campus in November 1982 and later in the fall of 1984 and was impressed with the college’s core curriculum and with the fact that each aspect of the college—academic and...
Wyoming Family Sends Seven to Christendom

Wyoming Family Sends Seven to Christendom

In today’s world, it is all too common to see families driven apart by the college experiences of their children. These children often come home from college with a new worldview deeply opposed to that of their parents, turning the home into a battleground of...
Siblings Find Second Home at Christendom

Siblings Find Second Home at Christendom

In our present society, choosing a college where one can learn the truth, live the faith, and thrive can be daunting. For young Catholics, many modern campuses present challenges and potential threats to keeping the faith and living virtuously. It is no secret that a...
Professor’s Magnum Opus Solves the Mystery of Who Wrote King Arthur

Professor’s Magnum Opus Solves the Mystery of Who Wrote King Arthur

The legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table has been passed down from century to century over nearly a millennium. Even the most casual of readers has heard the tales of Excalibur and of Sir Lancelot, which were famously included in Le Morte d’Arthur,...
Alumnus Seeks to Bring About Renaissance in Beauty

Alumnus Seeks to Bring About Renaissance in Beauty

How do we evangelize to a culture closed off to objective truth and morality? This question has been troubling faithful Catholics for decades now. Objective truth and morality, once seen as pillars of the culture, have been cast aside and replaced with secularism and...