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Seniors Earn Marketing Experience with Leading D.C. Book Publisher

Rising Christendom College seniors Tamlyn Sheng and Maria Pogue are getting excellent resume building experiences in D.C. this summer, working as marketing and publicity interns for leading conservative book publisher Regnery Publishing. Although many might imagine that only those majoring in marketing would be able to get one of these highly sought-after internships, both Sheng and Pogue have found that their liberal arts education has given them a real advantage. “While other students may seek to pursue a degree specializing…

Christendom President to Throw Out First Pitch at Cardinals Game

College president Dr. Timothy O’Donnell will throw out the first pitch at the Front Royal Cardinals baseball game on Friday, June 22, beginning at 7 p.m. The event is part of the Knights of Columbus/Christendom College co-sponsored “Catholic Night” at Bing Crosby Stadium in Front Royal, Virginia. [caption id="attachment_17244" align="aligncenter" width="625"] The Front Royal Cardinals competing in Bing Crosby Stadium.[/caption] This is the second “Catholic Night” of the year at Bing Crosby stadium. While 700 spectators arrived for the last…

Marra Named Penn Mutual Life of Significance Award Nominee

Christendom College senior and varsity rugby player Timothy Marra has been honored as one of the 2018 Penn Mutual Life of Significance Award nominees. Marra, who is majoring in political science and economics, was singled out for his mission work overseas and for his service for SAFE, an organization that helps disabled children learn and play baseball. [caption id="attachment_17208" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Senior and varsity rugby player Timothy Marra.[/caption] The award recognizes rugby players who demonstrate “respect, integrity, and leave a…

College Receives $1 Million Anonymous Donation to Chapel Project

An anonymous benefactor generously donated $1 million to the Campaign for Christendom. The gift will go specifically to the restoration of the Sacred Heart window, located above the main altar in the current Chapel, in addition to sponsoring a brand new stained-glass window of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. [caption id="attachment_17181" align="aligncenter" width="625"] The gift will go towards the new Chapel of Christ the King, and will help restore the Sacred Heart window in the current Chapel.[/caption] Cherishing a deep devotion to the…

Unique Price Match Program Helps Chesterton Devotee Afford College

Lilliana Johnson loves G.K. Chesterton – borderline fanatic, to be exact. When she was looking for the best college to attend, she wanted to find a place that had the same level of scholarship as the legendary literary figure, and would prepare her to help in the revival of the great works of Western Civilization in today’s culture. Only one place fit the bill for her: Christendom. Johnson, a Louisiana native, first discovered Christendom in the “Newman Guide for Choosing…

Rugby Players Named to NSCRO All-Star Team

Five Christendom Crusaders will compete with some of the best rugby players in the nation later this month in the inaugural NSCRO Men’s 15s All-Star Conference Championships, taking place in Austin, Texas, June 22-24. [caption id="attachment_17080" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Nicholas Santschi is one of the five Christendom players named to the All-Star team.[/caption] Thomas Audino, Vincent Duhig, Dominic Mann, Tim Marra, and Nicholas Santschi were named All-Stars by the NSCRO and will represent the Mid-South, one of four regions competing in…

Chuck Norris Endorses Christendom College

Film and television legend Chuck Norris recommended Christendom College - the only Catholic college on the list - as a top college of choice in a new article at World Net Daily. [caption id="attachment_17046" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Film legend Chuck Norris recently recommended Christendom.[/caption] Norris, a New York Times best-selling author, warned students and parents about the progressive transformation of colleges in America, calling many of them “one-sided” in their educational offerings. Rather than blindly assuming that any college will do, Norris recommended…

Christendom Takes 4th at Collegiate Rugby National Championship

Christendom College took 4th at the Collegiate Rugby National Championship in Philadelphia this past weekend, falling in the semifinal round on Sunday after a hard-fought day of pool play on Saturday. [caption id="attachment_17039" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Vincent Duhig dives in for a try.[/caption] The Crusaders made it all the way to the semifinals for the 2nd year in a row, after a dramatic overtime victory to win the National Championship last year in their first year of contention. Christendom was one of only…

Christopher Dayton to be 84th Christendom Priest

Alumnus Deacon Christopher Dayton (’10) will become the 84th alumnus to be ordained to the priesthood when he is ordained in the Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey, on June 2. [caption id="attachment_17015" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Deacon Christopher Dayton.[/caption] Deacon Dayton, who graduated with a bachelor’s in political science and economics, initially went into public service after graduation, filling roles on the staff of a state assemblyman. After 3 years of further discernment, Deacon Dayton began his studies for the priesthood at St.…

Christendom Alumni Community Remembers “Human of Earth” Matthew Shane Cameron

A filmmaker. A music manager. An adventurer. A husband. A father. Alumnus Matthew Shane Cameron was many things to many people. Most importantly, however, he was this: a good, Godly man. Cameron passed away on November 14, 2017, after a nine-month battle with adenocarcinoma of the lung cancer, but not before impacting countless lives during his 47 years as a “human of earth” — a phrase he used often. His courageous battle with cancer brought the Christendom alumni community together…

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