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  • Today, construction vehicles began preparing the site for the foundation of the new Christ the King Chapel! chapel.christendom.edu
  • It’s too quiet around here! We can’t wait for the Class of 2023 to bring this place back to life! 😁
  • #WednesdayWisdom Watch her full 2015 Commencement Address on YouTube https://youtu.be/vlYw_CFmF6k
  • Dancing, learning, and so much more in glorious #donegal at the St. Columcille Institute! Find out more about this amazing program at christendom.edu/ireland! 📸: @tamlyn_sheng @brendanjmcguirerugby 👌
  • While donating $400,000 to the college, alumni lifted the U.S. News & World Report alumni giving rate to 40%! #FactFriday #WeHaveTheBestAlumni
  • Congrats to Vincent Duhig and Tim Marra on making the NSCRO All-American Team! Go Crusaders! @nscrorugby
  • Public Relations Specialist Zach Smith, who created this account in 2015 and ran it until today, is moving on to a new exciting venture. We thank him for the past almost 5 years and wish him all the best!
  • Five extraordinary weeks. This summer, we welcomed students from across the United States and beyond to campus for five one-week sessions of the Experience Christendom Summer Program. They studied. They danced. They hiked. They sang. They debated. They danced again. But, most of all, they all grew in their faith and forged friendships that might last a lifetime. Thank you to all who joined us this summer for the Best Weeks Ever! #ECSP19
  • A legacy that will never be forgotten. We miss you so much, Dr. Patrick Keats. Rest in Peace.
  • Actors from across Dr. Patrick Keats’ over 30 years as Christendom’s promoter of the fine arts reunited at his funeral and reception last weekend, paying tribute to him through performances from his productions at Christendom.
  • Dr. Patrick Keats was laid to rest yesterday, surrounded by family and friends. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord.
  • Dr. Patrick Keats lit up the lives of every person he encountered in his 67 years on earth, from the classroom, to the stage, to his own, dear family. We remember him this day and every day, a true legend of our community who “made a difference.” #TBT

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