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Catholic unis “at heart” of Church’s mission

Theologian saint's feast day was an opportunity to reflect on the pursuit for truth.

Bishop Richard Umbers: Intellect also immersed in daily call to holiness

Saint John Henry Newman (1801-1890), one of our newest Saints, was an Oxford scholar and well-known for his conversion from the Church of England...

Chicago woman’s healing accepted in Newman sainthood cause

A few prayers to Blessed John Henry Newman became a "constant dialogue" and then a desperate response to an emergency for Melissa Villalobos of...

The Interview with Campion College’s President Paul Morrissey

By Shaun Hyatt 1. What does the Liberal Arts Mean to you? The Liberal Arts are a study in freedom rightly understood: a freedom from ignorance,...
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