Skip to main content

2020

  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    Why social trust is essential for the common good

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, published commentary on U.S. Catholic about social trust being a key part of the common good.

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Commencement ’20: College Graduations During a Pandemic

    University President John Garvey, and Ann Vogel, senior, mechanical engineering, were quoted in the National Catholic Register about colleges and universities commencement plans during a pandemic. 

    Read More
  • Catholic university stages a 'digital play' amid quarantine

    Broadway World posted “The Show Must Go On!” story written by Ellen Woods, director of creative services and managing editor, CatholicU Magazine; and Eleanor Holdridge, associate professor and chair, drama department; and Marie Kottenstette, senior, English and drama major, were interviewed by Catholic News Agency, and WUSA9 about the Department of Drama staging a digital version of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure.

    Read More
  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    What Happens to the North Korean People if Kim Jong-un Dies?

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics, published commentary on The National Interest examining human rights in North Korea in a post Kim Jong-un scenario.

    Read More
  • The Daily Break: Meet the friar who combined flour and faith to win the ‘Great American Baking Show’

    Brother Andrew Corriente, third year graduate, theology major, was featured in The Washington Post about life after winning ‘The Great American Baking Show.’

    Read More
  • Duilia de Mello, Ph.D. Headshot

    The Stars Could Help Unify Us

    Duilia de Mello, professor, physics, published commentary on Scientific American about the 30th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope and how looking at the stars during the current COVID-19 crisis could bring people closer together.

    Read More
  • Maryann  Cusimano Love, Ph.D. Headshot

    Coronavirus: We've social distanced before. We can keep doing it today.

    Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor, international relations, published commentary on USA Today about the history of social distancing and why we can social distance now.

    Read More
  • Chen Guangcheng Headshot

    Chinese human rights scholar sounds alarm on Chinese government: poses threat to ‘all humanity’

    Chen Guangcheng, distinguished fellow, IPR, was featured in Catholic News Agency and The College Fix about his discussion on the CCP and the most important lessons to learn from the pandemic.

    Read More
  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    Pause in professional sports could lead to lessons in faith

    Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research professor, pastoral studies, was interviewed by EWTN News Nightly about baseball and sports paused due to the pandemic could lead to lessons in faith.

    Read More
  • Melissa Moschella, Ph.D. Headshot

    Is homeschooling ‘dangerous’? Parents, former students respond to Harvard professor

    Melissa Moschella, assistant professor, philosophy, was quoted by Catholic News Agency about homeschooling and end of life care surrounding the pandemic.

    Read More
  • Franciscan University to cover fall 2020 tuition costs for incoming students

    Chris Lydon, vice president for enrollment management and marketing, was quoted by Catholic News Agency about the effects on enrollment next semester due to the pandemic.

    Read More
  • Post-pandemic resolutions: Stay in touch, learn acceptance, go for walks

    Susan Timoney, associate dean, undergraduate studies, and associate professor, practice pastoral studies, was quoted by Catholic News Service about what she misses and resolutions for the future after the stay at home orders lift. 

    Read More
  • Air Pollution, COVID-19 and Earth Day

    Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor, international relations, published commentary on Scientific American about environmental protections and how places with more pollution have more coronavirus deaths.

    Read More
  • Aaron Dominguez, Ph.D. Headshot

    Catholic University provost named to National Science Board

    Aaron Dominguez, provost, and professor, physics, was featured on Catholic News Agency about being nominated to serve on the National Science Board.

    Read More
  • Prepare now for post-pandemic ministry, church professionals urge

    Mario Enzler, professor, finance, was interviewed by Catholic News Service about preparing for post-pandemic ministry.

    Read More
  • Private university coming to Tucson has local business leaders lining up to collaborate

    Catholic University was featured in Arizona Daily Star and KGUN9 about launching a collaborative program in business management with Pima Community College, in Tucson, AZ.

    Read More
  • Melissa Moschella, Ph.D. Headshot

    Curbing Religious Freedom? Ignoring Deaths Caused by Unemployment? Answering the Trickiest Pandemic Questions

    Melissa Moschella, assistant professor, philosophy, was quoted by Christian Broadcasting Network about answering moral pandemic questions.

    Read More
  • Podcast: Meet the Franciscan who won ‘The Great American Baking Show’

    Brother Andrew Corriente, theology major, was interviewed by America’s Jesuitical podcast about the spiritual benefits of baking and what he’s been making for his Franciscan community under quarantine.

    Read More
  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    A time to examine our choices: Theologians discuss pope’s call to rethink consumption

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about Pope Francis' Easter letter to NGOs, emphasizing the need to slow down and rethink consumption during the pandemic.

    Read More
  • Exclusive: FDA may have dropped standards too far in hunt for chloroquine to fight coronavirus - sources

    Stephen Payne, dean and professor, law, was quoted in Reuters about the FDA’s quality-control standards in regard to Chloroquine donation to the United States. 

    Read More
  • Cara H. Drinan, J.D. Headshot

    Cara H. Drinan column: Clemency in a time of COVID-19

    Cara Drinan, professor, law, published commentary on Richmond Times-Dispatch about Clemency during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

    Read More
  • A Coronavirus Strategy Memo to Chairman Xi

    Jakub Grygiel, associate professor, politics, published commentary on National Review about a memo to Chairman Xi on the strategic benefits of the coronavirus. 

    Read More
  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    South Korea ruling party wins big parliamentary majority

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics, was quoted in AFP via Yahoo News about South Korea's election victory and how the coronavirus pandemic had an effect on the win.

    Read More
  • Catholic Business Owners Find Ways to Help Coronavirus Victims

    Brian Becker, director, small-business outreach, was quoted in National Catholic Register on how the Center is helping small businesses.

    Read More
  • States with the Most Affected Small Businesses due to Coronavirus

    Brian Becker, director, small business outreach, was interviewed by WalletHub about states with the most affected small businesses due to Coronavirus. 

    Read More
  • Michael Root, Ph.D. Headshot

    Why Christians believe in resurrection, not reincarnation

    Michael Root, professor, systematic theology, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about why Christians believe in resurrection, not reincarnation.

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Sense of smell

    University President John Garvey published commentary in Catholic Standard about losing his sense of smell after contracting a mild case of COVID-19.

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Mourning the “loss” of the Mass

    University President John Garvey published commentary on Aleteia about Mass being an act of public worship. 

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    With Holy Week hushed by a pandemic, the pope does social distancing his own way

    University President John Garvey was quoted in The Washington Post about Holy Week’s changes by the Pope due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Read More
  • National Public Health Week: COVID-19 From the Front Lines

    Venigalla Rao, professor, biology, was featured in The American Society for Microbiology about public health professionals on the front lines fighting COVID-19 and his research on microbes, and bacteriophage T4, that can be used to develop vaccines for diseases such as COVID-19.

    Read More
  • Kurt Martens, J.C.D. Headshot

    Acquitted Cardinal Pell Remains a Polarizing Figure in Australia, Church

    Kurt Martens, professor, canon law, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the reversal of Cardinal George Pell’s conviction on child sex-abuse charges in Australia.

    Read More
  • Jack Yoest, M.B.A. Headshot

    7 tips for taking on-the-ground courses online

    Jack Yoest, assistant professor, leadership and management, published two commentaries on University Business and The Daily Signal about tips on an effective online education.

    Read More
  • John K. White, Ph.D. Headshot

    History's lessons for Donald Trump

    John White, professor, politics, published commentary on The Hill about important history lessons to learn from.  

    Read More
  • Student Spotlight: Ayda Rajab, The Catholic University

    Ayda Rajab, senior, biomedical engineering major with a minor in computer science, was featured in Quality of Life Plus about her work with a team to create golfing assists for people with hand transplants.

    Read More
  • As stay-at-home orders may increase domestic abuse, Catholic Charities provides resources for aid

    Catholics For Family Peace was mentioned in Catholic Standard and Catholic Philly about an increase in domestic abuse due to stay at home orders and resources to help. 

    Read More
  • John K. White, Ph.D. Headshot

    Is U.S. political system for everyone?

    John White, professor, politics, was interviewed by Indus News TV, Scope show about the U.S. political system. 

    Read More
  • Julia Young, Ph.D. Headshot

    The American Council of Learned Societies Announces the 2020 Grantees and Fellows of the Luce/ACLS Program in Religion, Journalism & International Affairs

    Julia Young, associate professor, history, was mentioned in Markets Insider about receiving a grant from The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) on her research titled, The Revolution Is Afraid: Mexican Catholic Nationalism and the Unión Nacional Sinarquista.

    Read More
  • Gil Barndollar, Ph.D. Headshot

    U.S. AND IRAN PREPARE FOR ESCALATION IN IRAQ, WHERE CORONAVIRUS MAY MAKE CONFLICT WORSE

    Gil Barndollar, military fellow, was quoted in Newsweek about tensions between the U.S. and Iran and the effects of the pandemic.

    Read More
  • Venigalla B. Rao, Ph.D. Headshot

    Catholic University makes vaccine work free for coronavirus research

    Venigalla Rao, professor, biology, and Catholic University, was featured in Catholic News Agency about offering royalty-free licenses to his vaccine delivery-related patents to help fight the coronavirus.

    Read More
  • Michael J. New, Ph.D. Headshot

    Ten Years after Obamacare, Pro-Life Concerns Are Proven Right

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research and political science, published commentary on National Review about the 10th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.

    Read More
  • Rev. Michael Witczak, S.L.D. Headshot

    Pandemic narrows Americans' cultural distance from death and dying

    Fr. Michael Witczak, associate Professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology, was quoted in National Catholic Reporter about the role of the funeral liturgy during a pandemic.

    Read More
  • Pandemic economics create widespread upheaval, opportunities for reform

    Maria Mazzenga, curator of the American Catholic History Research Center, was quoted in National Catholic Reporter about the pandemic and Catholic social teaching. 

    Read More
  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    ‘Complete Lack Of Catholic Instinct’: Catholics React To Leaders Canceling Meatless Lenten Obligations Due To Coronavirus

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, was quoted in The Daily Caller about dioceses dispensing Catholics from their obligation to abstain from meat on Fridays during Lent.

    Read More
  • People with disabilities are afraid they will be denied health care because of coronavirus

    Margaret Breihan, learning specialist, disability support services, and graduate student, social work, was interviewed by USA Today about her concerns on health care for people with disabilities due to the outbreak.

    Read More
  • Scenes From College Classes Forced Online By COVID-19

    Simon Rodberg, adjunct professor, education, was interviewed by EdSurge about his experience teaching online due to the coronavirus.

    Read More
  • Catholic universities, and a high school, donate medical supplies to hospitals

    The latest news story on Conway School of Nursing donating medical supplies to Holy Cross Hospital was mentioned in Catholic News Service.

    Read More
  • What an Effective Online Education Includes

    Jack Yoest, assistant professor, leadership and management, published commentary, and Aaron Dominguez, provost, was quoted in The Daily Signal about what an effective online education includes.

    Read More
  • Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, S.E.O.D. Headshot

    Religious find inventive techniques of caring for community in isolation

    Fr. Mark Morozowich, dean and associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology was quoted in Catholic News Service about priests and women religious becoming beacons of hope and finding unconventional ways to help those in need during the pandemic.

    Read More
  • Sheryl Sandberg, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and Others Give to Help During Pandemic (Gifts Roundup)

    Catholic University and Conway School of Nursing were mentioned in The Chronicle of Philanthropy about the announcement of an additional $20 million gift from the Conways to help with the construction of a new nursing building on the University's campus.

    Read More
  • Former Swiss Guard: the elderly are 'united in prayer' in coronavirus hit-Italy

    Mario Enzler, professor, finance, was interviewed by Catholic News Agency about his parents' experience in Bergamo, Italy during the pandemic and how the elderly are united in prayer.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus, Italy and Sacred Music (March 21)

    Jacqueline Leary-Warsaw, dean and professor, music, was interviewed by EWTN Register Radio about the positive effects of listening to music as we live through this Coronavirus crisis.

    Read More
  • Peruvian bishop rescinds permission for confession by phone

    Rev. James Bradley, assistant professor, canon law, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about the sacrament of confession as a Peruvian bishop rescinds permission for confession by phone.

    Read More
  • The view from Bergamo, Italy, where at least 11 priests have died from the coronavirus

    Mario Enzler, professor, finance, was featured in Aleteia about Bergamo, Italy losing at least 11 priests to COVID-19.

    Read More
  • Jay W.  Richards, Ph.D. Headshot

    Should We Fast for the Poor During the Coronavirus Crisis?

    Jay Richards, assistant research professor, published commentary on The Stream about fasting for the poor during the coronavirus outbreak.

    Read More
  • Vladimir Putin’s Encirclement of Europe

    Jakub Grygiel, associate professor, foregin policy, published commentary on National Review about his analysis on Russia and its encircling of Europe.

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    University President John Garvey COVID-19 Test Result

    University President John Garvey has been mentioned in Inside Higher Ed, The Washington Post, The College Fix, WTOP, Fox 5, Catholic News Service, National Catholic Register, The Crux, The Washington Times, International Business Times, Popville, and Breitbart News, about testing positive for the COVID-19 virus. 

    Read More
  • Catholic University Receives $20 Million for Nursing, Science Building

    Catholic University and Conway School of Nursing was featured in Philanthropy News Digest about the announcement of an additional $20 million gift from the Conways to help with the construction of a new nursing building on the University's campus.

    Read More
  • Confession by phone, Skype, or emoji? Could it happen during coronavirus pandemic?

    Rev. James Bradley, assistant professor, canon law, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about the limits of what can be done online to accessing and offering the sacraments of the Church during the outbreak of coronavirus. 

    Read More
  • Why Have Mass With No One There?

    Rev. James Bradley, assistant professor, canon law, was quoted in National Catholic Register about why masses celebrated in private are spiritually beneficial to all Catholics during the suspension of masses.

    Read More
  • Michael J. New, Ph.D. Headshot

    Biden Misleads on His Previous Support for the Hyde Amendment

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research and political science, published commentary in National Review, interviewed by Kresta in the Afternoon via Ave Maria Radio, and issues Etc. about Joe Biden's comments on the Hyde Amendment during Sunday's Presidential debate. 

    Read More
  • Andreas Widmer, M.A. Headshot

    Using the lockdown for good: CUA professor shares his family's experience

    Andreas Widmer, clinical assistant professor and director of entrepreneurship programs, was featured on Catholic News Service about his experience being on lockdown in Italy during the coronavirus. 

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Coronavirus and 'Hollywood Squares'

    President John Garvey published commentary on The Boston Pilot about teaching students online during the coronavirus outbreak.

    Read More
  • Cara H. Drinan, J.D. Headshot

    The Crisis of America’s Disconnected Youth—and How to Connect Them

    Cara Drinan, professor, law, was mentioned in The Crime Report about her book, The War on Kids: How American Juvenile Justice Lost Its Way on the number of youth incarcerated and the effects of it. 

    Read More
  • Coronavirus and the collection basket: Parishes feel quarantine cash crunch

    Mario Enzler, professor, finance, was interviewed by Catholic News Agency about recommendations for parishes concerned with the loss of access to in-person parish collections due to the coronavirus.

    Read More
  • Jennifer Paxton, Ph.D. Headshot

    St. Patrick's Day Myths

    Jennifer Paxton, clinical assistant professor, history, was interviewed by WJLA about St. Patrick’s Day myths. 

    Read More
  • Lessons from past pandemics: Disinformation, scapegoating, and social distancing

    Lawrence Poos, professor, history, published commentary on Brookings about the lessons of past pandemics. 

    Read More
  • Julio Bermudez, Ph.D. Headshot

    Office, park or at home: where we can think and work best

    Julio Bermudez, professor, architecture and planning, was mentioned in GQ Germany about his research on architectural phenomenology, how architecture affects people's mental states.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus planning: Schools close, change schedules, extend breaks

    University president John Garvey was quoted in The Daily Caller, and Catholic University was mentioned in WTOP, NBC Washington, and DCist, about the University’s response to the coronavirus outbreak for the University community.

    Read More
  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    NC’s Mark Meadows: The Right’s new ally in the West Wing

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in NC Policy Watch about North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows becoming Chief of Staff.

    Read More
  • Rev. Michael Witczak, S.L.D. Headshot

    Coronavirus fears pose dilemma for Communion wafer, wine

    Father Michael Witczak, associate professor of liturgical studies and sacramental theology, was interviewed by The Washington Times about receiving the Eucharist by hand instead of the tongue. 

    Read More
  • Jennifer Paxton, Ph.D. Headshot

    From Ireland to Boston, coronavirus shuts down St. Patrick’s Day parades

    Jennifer Paxton, clinical assistant professor of history, was quoted by The Washington Post about the history of St. Patrick. 

    Read More
  • Hundreds of D.C.-area students returning from studying abroad are told to spend two weeks in isolation

    Catholic University was mentioned in the National Interest, and Lawrence Morris, chief of staff and counselor to the president, was interviewed by The Washington Post about the University’s response to the coronavirus outbreak for students studying abroad. 

    Read More
  • We Hung Out With the Local Friar Who Won “The Great American Baking Show”

    Brother Andrew Corriente, theology major, was interviewed by Washingtonian about winning The Great American Baking Show.

    Read More
  • Fidelity Loses Early Bid to Toss Philanthropy Tax Lawsuit

    Roger Colinvaux, director, law and public policy program, and professor, law, was quoted in Bloomberg Tax about the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund lawsuit.

    Read More
  • Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, S.E.O.D. Headshot

    What we can learn from the women deacons of the early Eastern Christian church

    Father Mark Morozowich, dean and associate professor, liturgical studies and sacramental theology, was interviewed by America about deaconesses and the role of women in the Catholic Church.

    Read More
  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    Can Catholics eat the Impossible Burger during Lent? Sure — but it’s kind of missing the point, experts say.

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, was quoted in The Washington Post about Lent abstinence practices and plant-based burgers.

    Read More
  • 25 Best Colleges for Civil Engineering 2020

    Catholic University and The School of Engineering were mentioned in GradReports about being ranked as one of the 25 best colleges in civil engineering.

    Read More
  • President Trump is weak against Bernie Sanders in foreign affairs

    William Smith, director of the Center for the Study of Statesmanship, published commentary on The Hill about President Trump and Bernie Sanders foreign affairs campaigns.

    Read More
  • Catholic U. researcher among those watching for Betelgeuse supernova

    Gioia Rau, research assistant professor, physics, was interviewed by WTOP about the supergiant star Betelgeuse in anticipation of its explosion into a supernova.

    Read More
  • Meet the friar who combined flour and faith to win the ‘Great American Baking Show’

    Brother Andrew CorrienteOFM Cap, theology major, was interviewed by The Washington Post about his experience and learnings from winning ‘The Great American baking Show.’

    Read More
  • The Best Marketing Schools In the US To Hire From In 2020

    Catholic University and The Busch School of Business were mentioned in TopMarketingCompanies.com about being named one of the best marketing schools in the US to hire from in 2020.

    Read More
  • David A. Jobes, Ph.D., ABPP Headshot

    We tell suicidal people to go to therapy. So why are therapists rarely trained in suicide?

    David Jobes, professor, psychology, was quoted in USA Today about sucide prevention and his Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) approach to treating suicidal patients.

    Read More
  • After 50 years, NPR upholds public broadcasting’s founding values

    Josh Shepperd, assistant professor, media and communications, co-published commentary on Current about commemorating NPR’s 50th anniversary and the origin and purpose of public media.

    Read More
  • EVERY BRILLIANT THING Comes to Florida Rep's ArtStage Studio Theatre

    Eleanor Holdridge, chair, drama department, and associate professor, drama, was mentioned in Broadway World about leading the creative team for the play, "Every Brilliant Thing" at the Florida Repertory Theatre.

    Read More
  • Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., Ph.D. Headshot

    These 40 Days: Gearing Up for a Life-Changing Lent

    Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research professor, pastoral studies, was quoted in the National Catholic Register about Lent and what it means to prepare for a major event. 

    Read More
  • Julio Bermudez, Ph.D. Headshot

    Q & ABE EPISODE 2.4

    Julio Bermudez, professor, architecture and planning, was interviewed by Lincoln's Cottage podcast, episode titled “What’s the Cottage Worth” about President Lincoln’s Cottage and the value of the historical property.

    Read More
  • David Cloutier, Ph.D. Headshot

    Nursing, med students tackle difficult issues with a Catholic mindset

    David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics was quoted in Our Sunday Visitor about ways faith is integrated into degrees in the health field.

    Read More
  • Brian T. Engelland, Ph.D. Headshot

    Educators stress Catholic values needed for success in business

    Brian Engelland, associate dean, academics, and professor, marketing, was quoted in Our Sunday Visitor about Catholic business programs preparing students in the workplace.

    Read More
  • Niki Akhavan, Ph.D. Headshot

    Ethics and media meet at Catholic university programs

    Niki Akhavan, associate professor, media studies, was quoted in Our Sunday Visitor about ethics and media.

    Read More
  • Aaron Dominguez, Ph.D. Headshot

    Catholic institutions refuse to disintegrate faith from science, says Newman president

    Aaron Dominguez, provost, and professor, physics, was quoted in Our Sunday Visitor about faith and science.

    Read More
  • How the U.S. Capitol's Design Was Chosen By Public Competition

    Christopher Howard, assistant professor, architecture and planning, was quoted in HowStuffWorks about the U.S. Capital’s Design.

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Women and men

    University President John Garvey published commentary on The Arlington Catholic Herald via Catholic News Service about the success of women and male virtues.

    Read More
  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    Q&A with Matthew Green

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was interviewed by C-SPAN about history and notable speakers. The interview will air on Sunday, Feb. 23 at 8 and 11 p.m.

    Read More
  • New CNN Original Series: 'The Windsors'

    Laura Mayhall, associate professor, history, appeared in the CNN documentary "The Windsors: Inside the Royal Dynasty" on Feb. 16 and 23.

    Read More
  • Finding hope amid crisis this Lenten season

    Lawrence P. Grayson, visiting scholar, philosophy, published commentary in Our Sunday Visitor about finding hope during Lent season.

    Read More
  • Netflix’s ‘Messiah’ tests the faith of its characters (and its audience)

    Wilhelmus (Pim) Valkenberg, professor, religion and culture, was interviewed by America about the Netflix series, Messiah and Jesus’ presence in Islam. 

    Read More
  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    Network: No grade for the Senate because it did nothing

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in National Catholic Reporter about a report from Network Lobby for Catholic Social Justice on the senate considering bills.

    Read More
  • Gil Barndollar, Ph.D. Headshot

    A Tale Of Two Veterans On The New Hampshire Trail

    Gil Barndollar, military fellow, published two commentaries on American Conservative about the democratic debate in New Hampshire and the views of veterans Buttigieg and Gabbard on their New Hampshire trail.

    Read More
  • The Great American Baking Show and Brother Andrew Corriente

    Brother Andrew Corriente, theology major, was interviewed by National Catholic Register about his win on The Great American Baking Show.

    Read More
  • Mary G. Leary, J.D. Headshot

    DiMarzio ‘ready, willing and able’ to defend himself, as lawsuit faces delay

    Mary Leary, professor, law, was quoted in Crux about the intention to file a lawsuit with an allegation of abuse against Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio.

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Catholic colleges finally win independence from the federal Labor Board

    University President John Garvey published commentary on America Magazine about Catholic colleges winning independence from the federal Labor Board. 

    Read More
  • Michael  Kimmage, Ph.D. Headshot

    What Will the History Books Say About This Impeachment?

    Michael Kimmage, professor and department chair, history, published commentary on Politico about what the impeachment process’ lasting effects will be described as in future history books.

    Read More
  • John K. White, Ph.D. Headshot

    A Catholic case for Joe Biden

    John Kenneth White, professor, politics, published commentary in National Catholic Reporter about making a case for Joe Biden through Catholic social teaching and traditions.

    Read More
  • In a Long History of Sexist Ads and Outrage, It’s the Apology That’s New

    Paul Radich, assistant professor, marketing and social thought, was quoted in The New York Times about advertisements and the shift in how people view commercials.

    Read More
  • Andrew V. Abela, Ph.D. Headshot

    Catholic University of America’s business school focuses on ethics in the marketplace

    Andrew Abela, dean, associate professor, marketing, was interviewed by Crux about the Busch School and it’s focus on ethics in the marketplace.

    Read More
  • EWTN Live - 2020-01-30 - 01/29/20 Dr. Anthony Rizzi

    Jacqueline Leary-Warsaw, dean and professor, music, was featured on EWTN Live hosting and produced the "In Concert" series broadcasted on 1/29/20.

    Read More
  • Brother Baker: The Local Monk Who Won The Great American Baking Show

    Brother Andrew Corriente, theology major, was interviewed by The Kojo Nnamdi Show about his win on The Great American Baking Show.

    Read More
  • Now you can get a Master’s in Human Rights at Catholic University

    The Institute for Human Ecology was featured on Aleteia about the Master program in Human Rights.

    Read More
  • 92 Hidden Gems and Attractions in Washington

    Catholic University was mentioned in the Washingtonian as one of 92 hidden gems and attractions in Washington.

    Read More
  • Msgr. Kevin W. Irwin, S.T.D. Headshot

    Pope Francis uses liturgy to help ‘hear the voice of the Lord and feel welcomed’

    Msgr. Kevin Irwin, research professor, theology, was interviewed by the Crux about his new book, Pope Francis and the Liturgy: The Call to Holiness and Mission, and how liturgy can aid priests.

    Read More
  • A virus, fires and protests: The perils confronting college study-abroad programs

    Grace Schnei­der, director, education abroad, was quoted in The Washington Post on how the university and the study abroad offices are responding to unrest around the world.

    Read More
  • Kurt Martens, J.C.D. Headshot

    Dioceses come under scrutiny as they change legal structures

    Kurt Martens, professor, canon law, was quoted in the Crux about a bishop’s role with parishes in the structure of dioceses as they continue to face multi-million dollar payouts related to the Church crisis.

    Read More
  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Consider the lilies of the field, and hold the Botox

    University President John Garvey published commentary on Catholic Philly via Catholic News Service about being content with how you view yourself, let nature takes its course and let God handle the material needs when it comes to aging.

    Read More
  • Niskayuna's Caroline McGraw running for Biden delegate in 20th Congress District

    Caroline McGraw, sophomore, political science major, was featured in The Daily Gazette about running for Biden delegate in 20th Congress District.

    Read More
  • Why Congress is not serious about the war powers in the Constitution

    William Smith, director of the Center for the Study of Statesmanship, published commentary on The Hill about why congress is not serious about the war powers in the Constitution. 

    Read More
  • Californian families talk progressive but look traditional, study finds

    Catherine Pakaluk, assistant professor, social research and economic thought, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about a new report at the Institute for Family Studies showing how in progressive California, families have a higher-than-average percentage of staying intact.

    Read More
  • Kurt Martens, J.C.D. Headshot

    Former pontiff's book draws criticism, highlights problem of 'two popes'

    Kurt Martens, professor, canon law, was quoted in Reuters and Crux about the rules on a former pope, relating to the book,  “From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of the Catholic Church” co-authored by former Pope Benedict.

    Read More
  • 'Brother Baker' crowned 'Great American Baking Show' champion

    Brother Andrew Corriente, theology major, was interviewed by Catholic Standard about his win on The Great American Baking Show.

    Read More
  • Maryann  Cusimano Love, Ph.D. Headshot

    Trump’s attacks against Iran bypassed Congress. Here’s why that’s a bad thing

    Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor, international relations, published commentary on America Magazine about the legality of the drone strike. Love was quoted in Crux via Catholic News Service about the effects of drone warfare. And she was quoted in Crux about Catholics welcoming Trump’s readiness to ’embrace peace.’

    Read More
  • Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D. Headshot

    Here’s Why Authors, Theologians Think Pope Francis Cooperates With The Chinese Government Despite Persecution Of Christians

    Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, was quoted by Daily Caller about why Pope Francis cooperates with the Chinese government.

    Read More
  • Jay W.  Richards, Ph.D. Headshot

    One Person’s Journey to a Fasting Lifestyle: Week Six (Ending With a Christmas Feast)

    Jay Richards, assistant research professor, published commentary on The Stream about advice on the final week of fasting and ending with a Christmas feast.

    Read More