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Crosses destroyed at Miami University on Oxford Ohio (Courtesy Photo)
Students at Miami University tear crosses out of Cemetery of the Innocents Display November 14, 2018, (Cincinnati, OH): Students at Miami University’s Oxford campus have vandalized the Cemetery of the Innocents Display three times since it was put up on Monday, November 12th by Miami University Students for Life America

Priest who built campus ministry moves to parish life; who’s next for WSU This story first appeared in our July, 2018 print edition By Walt Schaefer Father Ed Burns, who has served as Director of Catholic Campus Ministry at Wright State University for the past dozen years, hopped in his car

Sister Elaine Wellinger served for 54 years as a beloved teacher, campus minister and spiritual director in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the dioceses of Cleveland, Columbus, Pittsburgh and Youngstown. Her teaching ministry included Lourdes Academy, Cleveland and Magnificat High School, Rocky River; Central Catholic High School, Canton and Villa

Students fret as the end of a term means exam week. “I would never encourage a student don’t worry about studying and you’ll be fine. That’s kind of a ‘God will have mercy on you (attitude). But, use of the powers and gifts God has given you is important. I

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  The Fellowship of Catholic University Students, better known as FOCUS, is coming to Wright State University this fall.

Green Bay Auxiliary Bishop Robert Morneau delivers his homily during an outdoor "Mass on the Grass" at the Richard Mauthe Center on the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay campus Sept. 11. The evening service was the Newman Center's fall welcome event, inviting students to worship together and to learn about Catholic campus ministry. (CNS photo/Sam Lucero, The Compass) (Sept. 12, 2011)
By Laura Dodson Catholic News Service  MELBOURNE, Fla. (CNS) — As students arrive on campuses around the country this fall to embark on their college career, many also will experience adult independence for the first time.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 By David Eck DAYTON DEANERY — While most priests tend to minister to a congregation of all ages from all walks of life, Father Edward Burns works primarily with a unique group of Catholics: college students. And it’s obvious he enjoys it.