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The chapel at the University of St. Thomas has served its campus well for nearly 100 years. Thanks to the generosity of donors, it will now be brought into the 21st century with expanded spaces and amenities that will serve the contemporary needs of the entire community.
The Saint Paul Seminary's Board of Trustees approved on Monday Archbishop Bernard Hebda's appointment of the Rev. Joseph C. Taphorn, JCL, as the 15th Rector of the Saint Paul Seminary.
The University of St. Thomas is demonstrating its commitment to interfaith dialogue and the common good by holding the Eid Carnival event on June 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the lower quad on the John P. Monahan Plaza.
Bob Klanderud's talk was part six of eight of the Encountering Religious and Cultural Traditions series being hosted by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
Undergraduate students from around the Midwest will gather at St. Thomas Feb. 23-24 for an interfaith conference, “Interfaith Storytelling for a Vibrant Democracy: Engaging the Diverse, the Devout, and the ‘Nones.’”
The Office for Campus Ministry has hired a Presbyterian minister, Jewish rabbi and Muslim faith leader onto its pastoral staff, another step forward in the university’s push toward supporting all faiths on campus and throughout the St. Thomas community.
The free performance, which opens a three-day Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity conference on the environment, highlights teachings of St. Francis and Pope Francis.
Jason Adkins '00, '03 CSMA and Jennifer Kraska '01, '05 CSMA are the executive directors of the Minnesota Catholic Conference and the Colorado Catholic Conference, respectively.
Dr. Michael Naughton gave the opening remarks for the seventh Higher Calling dinner, while Sister Maureen McGuire, DC, and Emery Koenig offered reflections on the application of subsidiarity.
Rachelle de la Cruz ’15 CSMA was brought to the University of St. Thomas’ Master of Arts in Catholic Studies (CSMA) program by her desire to learn who God wanted her to become.
He is speaking at a symposium on "Catholic Citizenship in an Individualistic Age" sponsored by St. Thomas' Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship.
Todd Green, author of The Fear of Islam: An Introduction to Islamophobia in the West (Fortress Press, 2015), will be interviewed about his book Wednesday, March 2, at 7 p.m. in the James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall in the Anderson Student Center.