Sunday, January 3, 2016

CRISIS: Catholic Higher Education and the Next Generation.(Conference)

December 22, 2015

 For the first time in Arlington Virginia, the Institute of Catholic Culture and The Cardinal Newman Society and are cosponsoring a presidential conference entitled CRISIS: Catholic Higher Education and the Next Generation.

With hundreds of thousands of pro-life activists descending on the nation’s capital for the March for Life, this conference invites attendees from around the country to come head-to-head with the ever increasing crisis in Catholic higher education. Society is at a crossroads in the educational formation of the next generation, and the Church offers the only true way forward. Under attack from the secularist agenda, a new generation of Catholic intellectuals have reacted by working to reestablish centers of opportunity in which our youth can engage in a genuine Catholic education.

Join the Institute of Catholic Culture and The Cardinal Newman Society in welcoming the presidents of faithful Catholic colleges to discuss and debate the crisis and find a solution to the education of the next generation. This conference will be held Saturday, January 23, 9 am - 3:00 pm;at St. Thomas More Cathedral Hall in Arlington, Virginia.

The conference is free and open to the public. Registration is required. To register please visit ""

Conference Speakers and Topics: 

Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, President of Christendom College Catholic 
Higher Education, the Church's View 

 Dr. Michael McLean, President of Thomas Aquinas College 
Catholic Education and the Order of Learning 

 Dr. George Harne, President of Northeast Catholic College 
The Human Person, Culture, and the Promise of Catholic Higher Education 

 Dr. Kevin Roberts, President of Wyoming Catholic College False Egalitarianism: Problems with American Education

 Rev. Sean Sheridan, TOR, President of Franciscan University of Steubenville 
Catholic Higher Education and the New Evangelization 

 All details of the event can be found at the Institute of Catholic Culture’s website