Subscribe via RSS Feed

To our alumni – we need your help!

August 7, AD 2015
To our alumni – we need your help!

When choosing a college, one of the more important perspectives for potential students to consider is that of an institution’s alumni. As a graduate, you can have a significant impact on the enrollment decisions of those considering pursuit of a degree at Holy Apostles College and Seminary. Furthermore, your words can offer much-needed encouragement to […]

Continue Reading »

Upcoming MOOC: Addiction and the Family

August 3, AD 2015
Upcoming MOOC: Addiction and the Family

Among the free, online mini-courses available this fall from Holy Apostles is Addiction and the Family, facilitated by Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP. The purpose of the four-module course is to acquaint the student with basic information on alcoholism (the paradigm of addiction in this material), and its impact on the household, the religious community, and […]

Continue Reading »

Webinar on Tuesday, August 4: Reverberations of Addiction’s Impact in the Family

August 3, AD 2015
Webinar on Tuesday, August 4: Reverberations of Addiction’s Impact in the Family

Claudia Black, Ph.D., founder of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA), will present this free, one-hour webinar at 2:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, August 4, 2015. Beginning with a genogram, Dr. Black will give a portrait of addiction in the family, offering an overlay of how adverse childhood experiences, emotional abandonment and blatant […]

Continue Reading »

HACS Alum is off to Rome

July 28, AD 2015
HACS Alum is off to Rome

Ryan Mayer (MA Theology, 2012, MA Philosophy anticipated in 2016) has been accepted to the licentiate in bioethics program at Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome.   The Pontifical Athenaeum is directed by the Congregation of the Legionaries of Christ, was canonically established by the Congregation for Catholic Education in 1993, and established as a […]

Continue Reading »

Congratulations Dr. DeMarco!

July 6, AD 2015
Congratulations Dr. DeMarco!

Dr. Don DeMarco, adjunct professor, is the latest member of the HACS community to make us proud. Within the past few weeks, Dr. DeMarco has been awarded: The prestigious Exner Award by the Catholic Civil Rights League for “Catholic Excellence in Public Life” First Place for his article “How Many Eyes Does it Take to […]

Continue Reading »

Joint Certification in Christian Wisdom

June 20, AD 2015
Joint Certification in Christian Wisdom

Take advantage of a valuable opportunity to deepen your understanding of the works of Thomas Aquinas.  Earn three graduate-level credits for each of four video-based courses, offered through Holy Apostles, and obtain a joint certification in Christian Wisdom from The Center for the Study of The Great Ideas and the Adler-Aquinas Institute. Please visit the […]

Continue Reading »

Religion, Atheism, and Common Sense Conference

June 17, AD 2015
Religion, Atheism, and Common Sense Conference

If you will be in the New York area on June 25-29, please consider visiting the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington and attending some of the sessions of the SECOND ANNUAL Aquinas Leadership International World Congress “Renewing the West: Religion, Atheism and Common Sense.” The seminary is located on Long Island, south from Holy Apostles College & […]

Continue Reading »

Homeschoolers Guide to Colleges 2015

June 12, AD 2015
Homeschoolers Guide to Colleges 2015

HomeschoolersGuides.com has listed Holy Apostles College and Seminary among the best institutions for post-secondary education for homeschoolers. “Think of the ingenuity of online classical education as an extension of homeschool—we bring the best of the old methods and teach them in the light of new technology.” The full guide may be accessed here.

Continue Reading »

NEW BOOK — Catholic Realism: A Framework for the Refutation of Atheism and the Evangelization of Atheists

June 10, AD 2015
NEW BOOK — Catholic Realism: A Framework for the Refutation of Atheism and the Evangelization of Atheists

CATHOLIC REALISM: A Framework for the Refutation of Atheism and the Evangelization of Atheists ($14.99) by two faculty members of Holy Apostles College & Seminary Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP Dr. Ronda Chervin “To be or not to be, that is the question.” –Hamlet If each century is an act in the drama of The Story of […]

Continue Reading »

Announcing the Recipients: Holy Apostles College and Seminary Alumni Association Scholarship for Catholic Leaders

June 8, AD 2015
Announcing the Recipients: Holy Apostles College and Seminary Alumni Association Scholarship for Catholic Leaders

Sr. Jacqueline Jean-Marie Gitonga, FSP Sr. Jacqueline Jean-Marie Gitonga, FSP is a religious sister with the Daughters of St. Paul, a group of Catholic consecrated women religious dedicated to evangelization using media. The sisters publish books, e-books and are active in television, radio, social media, the internet and mobile apps. Sr. Jacqueline was born and […]

Continue Reading »

Why is Holy Apostles Lowering Tuition?

June 5, AD 2015
Why is Holy Apostles Lowering Tuition?

The administration at Holy Apostles has recently reviewed the budgeting plan and tuition structure. This reassessment led to a change in the way we calculate tuition costs. Our president-rector, the Very Rev. Douglas L. Mosey, CSB, gave the final approval for the new plan yesterday. Beginning July 1, a new tuition schedule will go into effect […]

Continue Reading »

Fr. Anello’s history of HACS now available in several formats

May 27, AD 2015
Fr. Anello’s history of HACS now available in several formats

A posting here last month announced the availability on Google Play of  The “Hand of God” at Work in Adult Catholic Priestly Formation: Holy Apostles College & Seminary, 1956 – 1995, the history of the founding and initial development of Holy Apostles College and Seminary, by Fr. Robert L. Anello, M.S.A., Ph.D. Fr. Anello’s study […]

Continue Reading »

Biking for Vocations

May 22, AD 2015
Biking for Vocations

Two priests and three seminarians are  “sharing the road with Christ” as they bike a 1400-mile route from St. Augustine, FL to Rockville Centre, Long Island, NY. The mission of the 29-day journey, which began on May 17 and concludes on June 14, is to encourage vocations to the priesthood and religious life. You can […]

Continue Reading »