University of Dayton
Staff Report With the attention of many focused firmly on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball tournament, today’s Throwback Thursday takes a look at the decade when Dayton won two national championships — sort of. In 2015, even die-hard college basketball fans struggle to get excited about the National Invitation
Press release With 2015 decreed as the Year of Consecrated Life by Pope Francis, University of Dayton Libraries is honoring the priests, sisters and brothers — the vowed religious — who devote their lives to serving God and humanity. “Charism, Character and Calling,” on display through March 31
Staff Report The Lay Pastoral Ministry Program (LPMP) will open two new satellite locations to accommodate students interested in taking classes beginning in August 2015: the Daniel E. Pilarczyk Center on Needmore Road in Dayton and St. Ignatius Parish on Cincinnati’s west side. (Continue reading below for Catholic news from
Staff Report From 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, every parish in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati will be open for quiet prayer and the opportunity for the Sacrament of Confession. The event, called “The Light is ON For You” is the sophomore run for an initiative the archdiocese began last year.
Staff Report Former Ohio Governor Bob Taft and a panel of experts gave presentations at “Working toward a Greener Ohio,” in the Kennedy Union Ballroom at the University of Dayton Oct. 23.
Press Release DAYTON— Some of the rarest books in the world will be display at the University of Dayton this fall, from authors like Austen, Chaucer, Copernicus, Marie Curie, Shakespeare and Mark Twain. “Imprints and Impressions: Milestones in Human Progress” features first editions, manuscripts, galley proofs, papyri and illustrations spanning
Press Release The University of Dayton announced today the George and Amanda Hanley Foundation will make a $12.5 million gift to establish the University of Dayton as a national leader for innovation in sustainability education. It’s the largest single gift in university history.
By Erin Callahan For The Catholic Telegraph While the nation debates Common Core, Catholic educators can lead the conversation about accountability and standards while still maintaining central values, according to a discussion at the University of Dayton’s Catholic Education Summit on July 14.
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph As vocations director for her community, Marianist Sister Nicole Trahan has witnessed firsthand how meaningful the opportunity to explore a call to religious in a prayerful, no pressure setting can be for a woman in discernment. That’s exactly what the Marianist Sisters hope
Press Release In Western culture, no Nativity scene is complete without a donkey and perhaps a couple of sheep. But when an Australian artist depicts the Nativity, a kangaroo, a koala and a kookaburra gather around the manger.