Setting goals, learning humility and staying close to faith are the keys to college and adulthood
My dear child, Here you are, about to leave for college. Who can believe this? You can, I know. You’ve worked hard to get to this point. You’ve gone through all the fun and excitement ...
Leaving home to start college is — without a doubt — a big change. You have to leave behind family and friends whom you have known your whole young life. College is a place to ...
Newman Centers on college campuses can help students grow personally, communally and spiritually
The great British author and Christian apologist C.S. Lewis once wrote that “friendship must be about something” because friends are travelers on the same quest with a common vision. They ask the fundamental questions: “Do ...
Professors can be a crucial part of students’ academic and spiritual success
Catholic college students, mentors share how they balance relationships with faith, school, work
It can be a dicey proposition for a curious Catholic to push out into the choppy waters of Church statistics. The further out you venture, the more grim things look; and as you peer toward ...
The absence of a personal relationship with God causes students to fall away even before arriving on campus
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