University of Dayton
Staff Report The University of Dayton is hosting its second-annual Catholic Education Summit; a conference highlighting the partnerships between Catholic higher education and PK-12 Catholic schools.
Press Release DAYTON — As a contribution to the Catholic Church’s Year of Faith, the Marian Library/International Marian Research Institute will sponsor a symposium this summer to foster deeper understanding by examining the faith of Mary, the mother of Jesus. “Our Faith and Mary: A Symposium to Celebrate the Year
Press Release DAYTON, Ohio — The Rev. Joseph Lackner, S.M., who died Sunday in Seoul, South Korea, following complications from a heart attack, is being remembered today for his intellectual curiosity, humor, care for others, cooking prowess — and ability to give a brilliant homily. “In my estimation, he was
By John Stegeman Sean-Patrick Lovett, Vatican Radio’s director of English language programming, accepted the 2013 Daniel J. Kane Religious Communications Award from the University of Dayton‘s Institute for Pastoral Initiatives Jan. 31 in the university’s Kennedy Union Ballroom. (See video below) Lovett received the award for his “outstanding lifetime dedication
Xavier University plans a week of events to celebrate the birthday of civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King. Events are free and open to the public, except where noted. Co-sponsored by Xavier’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, Office of Student Involvement, Center for Interfaith Community Engagement, Alpha Kappa Alpha
DAYTON, Ohio — Families and groups looking for a special way to celebrate the holidays can still visit the University of Dayton’s exhibit of Nativities after Christmas Day. “At the Manger: Peace on Earth,” an exhibit of more than 200 Nativities at the University’s Roesch Library, is open through Jan.
July 18, 2012 DAYTON, Ohio — As demand for skilled healthcare workers increases, the University of Dayton is launching accelerated healthcare training programs for dental assistants, clinical medical assistants and pharmacy technicians.
Friday, October 8, 2010 By David Eck ARCHDIOCESE — Grounded in their religious traditions, Catholic colleges and universities in the Cincinnati archdiocese maintain academic programs that help instill in students a lifelong commitment to service. A key mission for the schools, service opportunities include international immersion trips, service learning experiences,