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Friday, August 14, 2009


Rich Leonardi

Reason #3,987 that my children will never set foot on a Catholic university. Other than a handful, they are vile, harmful organizations.

Dan Deeny

Somehow, some way someone or some people should open a Catholic college in Washington. Pattern this college after Christendom College, which does not take government funds. The sooner this is done, the better off we will all be.

Dan Deeny

By the grace of God, Fr. Joseph Fessio, who has university administrative experience, is now free to lead a revival in Catholic higher education. He can follow Christendom College and avoid government funding. He can folow the evangelical bible colleges by first getting started and then worrying about accreditation. He may even want to avoid accreditation altogether: it may bring restrictions in conflict with Catholic teaching. He can put a Catholic college in every state. The College of Santa Fe, for instance, will not be reopening this year. It was started as a Catholic college but abandoned the Catholic influence long ago. Many Catholics would be honored to teach in a Catholic college.

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