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Position available – Aquinas College

November 15, AD 2016
Position available – Aquinas College

Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan has an opening for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Philosophy, starting August 2017.  The college seeks a teacher-scholar, preferably with a specialization in Ethics, Political Theory, or History of Philosophy. Facility with the broader Catholic intellectual tradition is a must and fluency in the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas is […]

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Why Scientific Literacy is Necessary for Evangelization

November 1, AD 2016
Why Scientific Literacy is Necessary for Evangelization

Dr. Stacy Trasancos spoke recently at Holy Apostles on the subject of reading science in the light of faith. The presentation,”Why Scientific Literacy is Necessary for Evangelization,” is now available online at https://youtu.be/J3IIQILu0Bs.  Dr. Trasancos is the author of  Particles of Faith (Ave Maria Press, October, 2016), which is available for $9.75 on Amazon. She will offer […]

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Introducing WCAT Radio

November 1, AD 2016
Introducing WCAT Radio

An important message from Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP: I’m pleased to announce the development of WCAT Radio located online at http://www.wcatradio.com Why CATholic (WCAT) Radio is a St. Louis-based Internet radio station developed as an en-air branch of En Route Books & Media designed for the purpose of advancing the themes of its books and for […]

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Imago Dei Classical Academy Seeks Tutors

October 25, AD 2016
Imago Dei Classical Academy Seeks Tutors

Imago Dei Classical Academy, located at St. Maurice Parish Center in New Britain, CT,  provides tutoring assistance in a classroom setting two days a week, for home-educating families using the rigorous Mother of Divine Grace School curriculum.  The Academy operates from 9:00 am to 3:10 pm on Mondays and Thursdays, and is faithful to the Magisterium of the Roman […]

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Alumni, We Need Your Voice – ATS Evaluation

October 25, AD 2016
Alumni, We Need Your Voice – ATS Evaluation

Dear Alumni, This week the evaluation team from the Association of Theological Schools is on campus. They are conducting a series of interviews with various groups in our community. We are looking for alumni to participate in a phone interview at the following times: Wednesday, October 26, from 2:30 – 3:15 pm ET The evaluation team wants […]

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WCAT Radio Programming

October 10, AD 2016
WCAT Radio Programming

Holy Apostles alumnus Mike Frey will be launching a talk show on bereavement beginning today, Monday, October 10, and running every Monday thereafter on WCAT Radio. WhyCATholic Radio was developed as the ‘En Air’ wing of En Route Books and Media, and shares its goal of promoting the Catholic spiritual journey, and HACS’s mission to cultivate Catholic […]

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Monastic Experience Weekend – St. Mary’s Monastery

October 2, AD 2016
Monastic Experience Weekend – St. Mary’s Monastery

St. Mary’s Monastery, a contemplative Benedictine monastery of monks in Petersham, MA, is hosting a Monastic Experience Weekend  November 4-6, 2016. Single men, ages 18 – 40, are invited  to spend a weekend of prayer, work, and study and experience the Benedictine monastic life. Those who may feel called to the contemplative way of life can explore […]

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2016 Saint John Paul II Bioethics Lecture

September 23, AD 2016
2016 Saint John Paul II Bioethics Lecture

On Thursday, October 13, all are cordially invited to attend the 2016 Saint John Paul II Bioethics Lecture, Bodily Integration after Total Brain Death: Long Term Survival and its Implications for the Debate Over the Neurological Criteria, presented by Rev. Nicanor Pier Giorgio Austriaco, O.P., Ph.D., S.T.D. The lecture will begin at 5:30 p.m. in  Our Lady […]

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HACS Initial Evaluation Visit in October

September 16, AD 2016
HACS Initial Evaluation Visit in October

The following message from Dr. Sebastian Mahfood has been shared with the press: Holy Apostles College & Seminary is seeking comments from the public in preparation for its initial evaluation visit by the Association of Theological Schools. On October 24-27, 2016, Holy Apostles will host a visit from a team representing ATS. Holy Apostles has […]

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Rethinking Sacred Arts

September 5, AD 2016
Rethinking Sacred Arts

St. Vladimir Orthodox Theological Seminary is hosting a panel discussion, ‘Rethinking Sacred Arts’, at its Yonkers, NY campus on September 17 at 7 p.m. The event, featuring an interdisciplinary group of 11 renowned international scholars and practitioners in the Sacred Arts, will focus on fundamental questions concerning its meaning. ‘Rethinking Sacred Arts’ will bring to […]

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Coming soon: Particles of Faith

July 31, AD 2016
Coming soon: Particles of Faith

Congratulations to Dr. Stacy Trasancos, adjunct professor at Holy Apostles and president of the HACS Alumni Association, on the publication of her latest book, Particles of Faith.  In it, Dr. Trasancos explores how Catholics can explain what the Church teaches about the relationship between science and faith. This Catholic guide for navigating the empirical sciences has […]

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Fr. Mullady’s Anniversary

July 30, AD 2016
Fr. Mullady’s Anniversary

Congratulations to HACS adjunct professor Fr. Brian Mullady, O.P, nationally known priest, retreat master, and spiritual director, on his fiftieth anniversary as a member of the Dominican Order. Fr. Mullady entered the Order in 1966 and was ordained in Oakland, California in 1972.  He received his Doctorate in Sacred Theology (STD) from the Angelicum University […]

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New Doctoral Program

July 28, AD 2016
New Doctoral Program

The Spanish government has recently approved a new doctoral program at Abat Oliba CEU University. Founded in 2003, Abat Oliba is a private higher education institution located in Barcelona, with branch campuses in Madrid and Moncada. The new program will be in humanities in the contemporary world, and offers three areas of research: history and […]

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