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HACS Alum Returns to Ukraine on Fulbright Fellowship

July 9, AD 2014
HACS Alum Returns to Ukraine on Fulbright Fellowship

At a crucial time in the European nation’s history, Alexander Sich will teach classes at the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv. By Judy Roberts | National Catholic Register Alexander Sich, a professor of physics and pre-engineering at Ohio’s Franciscan University of Steubenville, who has lived and worked in Ukraine, will return to the eastern European nation […]

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Free Theology Webinar From Dr. Taylor Marshall: 3 Secrets to Convincing Non-Catholics

July 7, AD 2014
Free Theology Webinar From Dr. Taylor Marshall: 3 Secrets to Convincing Non-Catholics

This is from Dr. Taylor Marshall’s newsletter. Those of you who receive the HACS Alumni Association newsletter may receive this too late to attend, but hopefully someone will see this posted today who wants to attend. If you miss this one, be sure to regularly check Dr. Marshall’s website to subscribe to his newsletter, follow his […]

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Flyer For Undergraduate Curriculum

June 30, AD 2014
Flyer For Undergraduate Curriculum

Below is a flyer for HACS undergraduate curriculum, including the latest tuition and fees, which are remarkably low. Feel free to download the images and share with anyone interested in attending Holy Apostles College and Seminary for an undergraduate degree. Note: Up to half the courses can already be taken online, and accreditation for a […]

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ANNOUNCEMENT: HACS Voted Unanimously to Associate Membership in ATS

June 26, AD 2014
ANNOUNCEMENT: HACS Voted Unanimously to Associate Membership in ATS

  Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, O.P., Vice-President of Administration and Director of Assessment sent an announcement (from the plane) that on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, during the biennial meeting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), Holy Apostles College and Seminary was unanimously voted in as Associate members. What is the ATS? From the ATS site: The Association of Theological Schools […]

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Two Faculty Openings at Legion of Christ College of Humanities

June 19, AD 2014
Two Faculty Openings at Legion of Christ College of Humanities

Please pass along to anyone who might be interested. From their website: Employment Opportunities A) FULL TIME FACULTY MEMBER – Professor in Classics The Legion of Christ College of Humanities in Cheshire, CT is currently accepting applications from qualified individuals for the position of professor in Classics to teach Latin and Greek language and literature […]

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Prayer Request from Fr. Michel Legault, M.S.A. (Plus Photos)

June 17, AD 2014
Prayer Request from Fr. Michel Legault, M.S.A. (Plus Photos)

Dear Friends, Pax et Bonum! May this greeting of St. Francis of Assisi be, by the grace of God, a reality in your life. I am presently at Holy Apostles College and Seminary for five weeks. Next Wednesday (June 18) I will have a surgery in my left eye. It will be a partial implantation […]

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Excellence in Literature Shares Dr. Sebastian Mahfood’s Dante Videos

June 17, AD 2014
Excellence in Literature Shares Dr. Sebastian Mahfood’s Dante Videos

From the Excellence in Literature site: Dr. Sebastian Mahfood has kindly shared these Dante videos with us: he has made a short video reflection on each canto of Dante’s Inferno. We hope you find these helpful in your studies. If you are interested in Purgatorio and Paradiso, Dr. Mahfood’s videos for those are available on his Youtube page. Please be […]

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Faculty PHOTOS at Graduation

June 10, AD 2014
Faculty PHOTOS at Graduation

These are from Professor Raul Lozada at the Spring 2014 Graduation ceremony. Click to view larger, especially the faculty picture at the end. Professor Raul Lozada with Fr. Brian Mullady, OP Fr. Brian Mullady’s commencement speech Click to enlarge. Here are all the faculty preparing to head up to the graduation ceremony. In order from left to […]

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The Ordination of Three Holy Apostles Graduates: Father Joshua Caswell, Father Nathan Caswell, and Father Kevin Mann

June 9, AD 2014 0 Comments
The Ordination of Three Holy Apostles Graduates: Father Joshua Caswell, Father Nathan Caswell, and Father Kevin Mann

Three Holy Apostles College and Seminary graduates—Father Joshua Caswell, Father Nathan Caswell, and Father Kevin Mann— were recently ordained. The following is the announcement from the website of St. John Cantius Parish: Through the power of the Holy Spirit and the imposition of hands, Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I., Archbishop of Chicago, ordained Fr. Joshua Caswell, […]

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Connecting with our Catholic Heritage – PHOTOS from Dr. Pinto in Spain

June 6, AD 2014
Connecting with our Catholic Heritage – PHOTOS from Dr. Pinto in Spain

Dr. Alphonso Pinto, one of our professors of historical theology and sacred scripture, recently visited Spain and sent back some photos. Enjoy! Dr. Pinto at the walls of Avila, Spain. These are some of the best preserved of medieval city-walls. In front of the sacred cave and tomb of Don Pelayo, in Covadonga, Asturias, Spain. […]

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The Journey of Life: Deacon Bob Ayers

June 3, AD 2014
The Journey of Life: Deacon Bob Ayers

Deacon Bob graduated with an M.A. in Theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary this past May. We all know that life is a journey. In fact, it’s many journeys that often branch out in various directions at any given time. When we are young, the journey is quite easy. Our parents let us know […]

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Hesitant About Doing Classes Online?

May 29, AD 2014
Hesitant About Doing Classes Online?

Dear Alumni, Current Students, and Potential Students, Catholic Leader Scholarship recipient Leila Miller posted a brief announcement on her blog about beginning studies at Holy Apostles College and Seminary. One of her readers had a very good comment, one that a lot of people probably have. I want to address it and invite other alumni […]

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Fr. Brian Mullady’s Commencement Speech: The Learned Men Seven Hours Every Day

May 27, AD 2014 4 Comments
Fr. Brian Mullady’s Commencement Speech: The Learned Men Seven Hours Every Day

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, in the Broadway musical, The Fiddler on the Roof, about a poor Jewish man who lived in Russia in 1900, there’s a song called, “If I Were a Rich Man.” The last verse of this song goes like this: “If I were a rich man, I’d have the time […]

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