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A History of HACS: “The Hand of God”

April 11, AD 2015
A History of HACS: “The Hand of God”

A fascinating look at the founding and early development of Holy Apostles College and Seminary is now available on GooglePlay.  In The “Hand of God” at Work in Adult Catholic Priestly Formation: Holy Apostles College & Seminary, 1956 – 1995, Fr. Robert L. Anello, MSA chronicles the first forty years of HACS.  As Fr. Anello […]

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Caritas International and the Parable of the Long Spoons

April 7, AD 2015
Caritas International and the Parable of the Long Spoons

The ‘Parable of the Long Spoons’, an allegory of heaven and hell, has been shared through the centuries and across the diverse belief systems of Judaism, Christianity, Islam,  Hinduism, Buddhism, as well as in Japanese and Chinese folk legends. Laura Sheahen (the daughter of HACS Adjunct Professor Tom Sheahen) and her colleagues at Caritas International […]

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Nomination Deadline for the Scholarship for Catholic Leaders is April 13

April 7, AD 2015
Nomination Deadline for the Scholarship for Catholic Leaders is April 13

Nominations for the Holy Apostles College and Seminary Alumni Association Scholarship for Catholic Leaders will close on Monday, April 13, 2015. All nominees will be contacted for further instructions on that day. Recipients will be announced two weeks later, on April 27, 2015. Information about the scholarship here. Nomination form here.

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2015 Aquinas Leadership International World Congress

April 1, AD 2015
2015 Aquinas Leadership International World Congress

The second annual Aquinas Leadership International World Congress will be held at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, Huntington, Long Island, NY., from Thursday, June 25  to Monday, June 29, 2015.  The topic for the Conference this year is Atheism, Religion, and Common Sense. Since this year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Center for the […]

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Can You Provide a Testimonial?

March 29, AD 2015
Can You Provide a Testimonial?

Dear Alumni, Holy Apostles now has a “Testimonials” page on the main website. The Director of Marketing and Content is soliciting testimonials from our past students. If you can provide one, please email it to Shaun McAfee at smcafee@holyapostles.edu. Click here to see the page. Gratefully, Stacy Trasancos

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Notre Dame Introduces a New Faith Formation Program

March 10, AD 2015
Notre Dame Introduces a New Faith Formation Program

Notre Dame University has launched Camino, an online theology program for Hispanic Catholics. Timothy Matovina, a Notre Dame professor of theology and executive director of the Institute for Latino Studies, states that the program was created because, “Bishops and pastoral leaders across the United States have pleaded for quality faith formation programs that engage the […]

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Teaching Science and Faith: Conflict or Confluence?

March 3, AD 2015
Teaching Science and Faith: Conflict or Confluence?

Father Robert Spitzer’s noted series continues on March 11 (4:30 – 6:00 p.m. EST) with the online broadcast of Evolution, Christianity, and Contemporary Science: Teaching Confluence instead of Conflict.  The free webinar is sponsored by the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology (ITEST) in conjunction with the Magis Institute, and is the third installment […]

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Opportunities to study abroad this summer

February 15, AD 2015
Opportunities to study abroad this summer

Holy Apostles is partnering with the Catholic University of Avila in Spain and Castle Kilcoy in Scotland to offer two intercultural study tours for the summer of 2015. A 4-week intercultural studies tour in Avila, Spain  and the surrounding areas will afford participants  the opportunity to study the Synoptic Gospels and Spanish Mysticism during the 500th […]

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A New Online Ad for Holy Apostles

February 4, AD 2015
A New Online Ad for Holy Apostles

Holy Apostles is very pleased to publish a new ad for our alma mater, courtesy of the Ignatius-Angelicum Liberal Studies Program at Angelicum Academy.   In addition to the programs listed in the ad, another will soon be added: the Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies program, which will be 100 % online later this semester. […]

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March for Life 2015

January 29, AD 2015
March for Life 2015

Holy Apostles College and Seminary was well represented at March for Life 2015 in Washington, D.C.  last week. Check out the HACS photos of those who braved the January weather in support of life!  

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Bioethics Certification News

January 26, AD 2015
Bioethics Certification News

The National Catholic Bioethics Center has opened registration for its Mid-Academic Year Certification Program. The program runs from February 18 through December 15, 2015 and features several online modules and two in-person seminars in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Combining theory with practical application, the program will enable participants to properly apply Catholic moral tradition to today’s complex health […]

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Can reading the classics give you not only a better education, but a better life?

January 22, AD 2015
Can reading the classics give you not only a better education, but a better life?

Jeffrey Brenzel, Philosopher and Dean of Undergraduate Admissions at Yale University thinks so!   But what makes a book a classic?  And how can the great works of the past impact one’s life today in a meaningful way? Dr. Brenzel provides the answers to these questions and more in his thought-provoking video, courtesy of The Floating University…be sure to […]

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“Teaching Science and Faith” Series Continues

January 21, AD 2015
“Teaching Science and Faith” Series Continues

Noted author and scholar Father Robert Spitzer, SJ will offer a free webinar, open to all and of particular interest to high school science and religious teachers, entitled  Big Bang, Transcendence and Intelligence: Teaching the unity of science and theology on Tuesday February 3, 2015,  from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.  EST. The webinar is the second in Fr. Spitzer’s online […]

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