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Book Review: The Unforgettable Sermon

February 4, AD 2016
Book Review: The Unforgettable Sermon

Katherine Schmitt, director of evangelization for St. Nicholas Parish in Laurel, Maryland, offers her review of The Unforgettable Sermon; How to Write and Deliver Homilies That Change People’s Lives, by Edward Reynolds. Finding the book “…engaging, encouraging, practical and plainly written”, Ms. Schmitt highly recommends it to homiletic teachers and homily deliverers alike. She notes that Mr. […]

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Youth Ministry Opportunity

February 2, AD 2016
Youth Ministry Opportunity

SPIRITUS is an evangelization ministry composed of young adults who give 9 months of service igniting the faith of Catholic youth and young adults through retreats and parish ministry involvement. SPIRITUS teams work out of Mount Tabor Center in Menasha, Wisconsin, and travel to parishes throughout Wisconsin. There are currently openings available on the retreat team and […]

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First Fruits Newsletter

February 1, AD 2016
First Fruits Newsletter

The Norbertine Canonesses of the Bethlehem Priory of St. Joseph are pleased to share with the Holy Apostles College and Seminary community a copy of their January 2016 newsletter. FirstFruits Issue No. 38 celebrates the Jubilee Year of Mercy and honors the Holy Name of Jesus. Thank you to the Norbertine Sisters for this beautiful […]

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Join the MOOC Design course!

February 1, AD 2016
Join the MOOC Design course!

This certificate course will describe the fundamentals of Massive Open Online Courses. The certificate will involve four modules dealing with MOOC design, development, implementation, and marketing. You will be given one week to complete each module. During your module completion, you may elect to receive free MOOC development space of your very own on the […]

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Help Survivors of Human Trafficking

January 28, AD 2016
Help Survivors of Human Trafficking

Peter’s Mark, which fosters Catholic solidarity and crowdfunding for worthy ministries, is sponsoring a Thunderclap campaign to spread the word about the sisters at Bakhita Village in their mission of mercy to aid the survivors of human trafficking. Located in Lagos, Nigeria, the Bakhita Village shelter helps vulnerable trafficking victims to overcome stigma, family rejection, […]

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2016 Aquinas Lecture

January 20, AD 2016
2016 Aquinas Lecture

The Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley, CA is hosting the 2016 Aquinas Lecture – Life, Language and Christ: A Thomistic Approach, delivered by Olivier-Thomas Venard, OP, Vice Director, École Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem. This public lecture, to be held on Tuesday, February 23 at 7:30 PM (PST) and available online via Livestream, […]

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Alumni Update : Matt Fradd

January 16, AD 2016
Alumni Update : Matt Fradd

Matt Fradd, who earned a philosophy degree at HACS, where he’s now taking postgraduate studies in systematic philosophy, recently published an article in Crisis magazine. Entitled “Healing from Pornography with The Divine Comedy”, the piece explores how Dante’s epic poem reflects the path to healing for the soul afflicted by addiction to pornography. Matt has […]

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Consecration to Jesus through Mary MOOC

January 13, AD 2016
Consecration to Jesus through Mary MOOC

Holy Apostles will offer 21 start dates throughout the year for the Consecration to Jesus through Mary MOOC (Massive Open Online Course).  The program will prepare you for your Consecration to Jesus through Mary and teach you why you should consecrate yourself, how it is done, what benefits are derived from it, when to do it […]

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E-book giveaway contest – enter now!

January 12, AD 2016
E-book giveaway contest – enter now!

Catholicinbox.com is sponsoring a giveaway contest in partnership with En Route Books and Media. Providing your email address at the site enters you in the running to be one of three recipients of seven ebooks by noted authors from the HACS community such as Dr. Ronda Chervin, Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, Dr. Donald DeMarco, Fr. Jeffrey […]

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From the Bethlehem Priory of St. Joseph

December 26, AD 2015
From the Bethlehem Priory of St. Joseph

The Norbertine Canonesses of the Bethlehem Priory of St. Joseph extend their wishes for a Blessed Christmas Season:  Dear Norbertine Confreres and Consoeurs, Brothers and Sisters in Religious Life, Family, Friends, and Benefactors, Laudetur Jesus Christus! With deep gratitude for your friendship in Christ, support and prayers, on behalf of Mother Mary Augustine and all […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Shaun McAfee

December 17, AD 2015
Alumni Spotlight: Shaun McAfee

We’re pleased to continue our “Alumni Spotlight” series by sharing the experiences of Shaun McAfee, M.A. Dogmatic Theology 2015.  Among many other endeavors, Shaun is an author (Filling Our Father’s House, Sophia Institute Press) web site founder (Epic Pew), and publisher (En Route Books and Media).  He currently serves in Afghanistan, where he’s volunteered for […]

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Featured Alumna: Nancy Martin

December 16, AD 2015
Featured Alumna: Nancy Martin

We love hearing from HACS graduates, and we know that you do, too…it’s a great opportunity to learn more about your fellow alumni, and how they’re using their Holy Apostles education. This month, we’re pleased to feature Nancy Martin, M.A. Theology 2013. She is a very busy mother of five with a full-time business career, […]

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“Proclaim the Jubilee”

December 8, AD 2015
“Proclaim the Jubilee”

Holy Apostles Professor Publishes Essay on Jubilee of Mercy in America Magazine Marc Tumeinski has done research on the works of the Mennonite theologian John Howard Yoder and Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI. He teaches at Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Cromwell, Conn. Read his excellent, informative, and inspiring essay at America Magazine. The declaration by Pope […]

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