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A Press Release In Memory of Norma McCorvey by Dr. Elizabeth Rex

February 21, AD 2017
A Press Release In Memory of Norma McCorvey by Dr. Elizabeth Rex

We are happy to share the following from our Holy Apostles College and Seminary Communications Department, with thanks to Webmaster Jennie Murphy. Please find a press release written by Dr. Elizabeth Rex, Professor and Director of Graduation Admissions at Holy Apostles, at the Christian News Wire link below. Dr. Rex writes regarding her meeting with Norma McCorvey (aka “Jane […]

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A New Book From Dr. Matthew Ramage

February 6, AD 2017
A New Book From Dr. Matthew Ramage

Dr. Matthew Ramage, Adjunct Professor of Theology at Holy Apostles, has authored a new book, Jesus, Interpreted: Benedict XVI, Bart Ehrman, and the Historical Truth of the Gospels (Catholic University of America Press). In this sequel to Dark Passages of the Bible, Dr. Ramage addresses foundational questions of faith arising from the New Testament, through […]

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February 14: The Return of MOOCs

February 6, AD 2017
February 14: The Return of MOOCs

Mark your calendar – Massive Open Online Courses return on February 14, beginning with Unbroken: Physical Limits/Limitless Love, Part 1/3. As the course description reads in part, “This course will draw us into a deeper understanding of Christian faith, vocation, catechesis, ministry & ecclesiology – in light of the presence and reality of physical & […]

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A very warm welcome to our newest group of alumni!

January 31, AD 2017
A very warm welcome to our newest group of alumni!

Please note the following message from Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP on this momentous occasion – the graduation of members of the first Eritrean cohort. Please join me in congratulating Archbishop Menghesteab Tesfamariam, MCCJ, and the graduates of the first Eritrean cohort who received their degrees in a special graduation ceremony held in their nation’s capital of […]

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NEW ONLINE PROGRAMS APPROVED

January 13, AD 2017
NEW ONLINE PROGRAMS APPROVED

Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP is very pleased to announce that the State of Connecticut’s Office of Higher Education has approved Holy Apostles for two new 100% online programs: OHE #18634 – Pastoral Studies, MA,  and  OHE #18635 – Post Master’s Theology, Advanced Graduate Certificate.   As a result, students currently in these programs may now complete […]

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Marrying the Rosary to the Divine Mercy Chaplet

December 19, AD 2016
Marrying the Rosary to the Divine Mercy Chaplet

En Route Books and Media announces the publication of a beautiful new book by Catholic author Shane Kapler. Marrying the Rosary to the Divine Mercy Chaplet offers a series of reflections which unite two of the Catholic Church’s most beloved devotions. As the book’s description notes, “By marrying the two together…the mysteries of the Rosary […]

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A new book from Dr. Peter Redpath

December 19, AD 2016
A new book from Dr. Peter Redpath

Congratulations to Dr. Peter Redpath, a member of the philosophy faculty and the chair of the Christian Wisdom concentration at Holy Apostles, on the publication of his second volume of A Not-So-Elementary Christian Metaphysics. According to the book’s description, “…in this second volume, (Dr. Redpath) has sought chiefly to consider essential implications regarding the nature of the reunion […]

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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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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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