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In Loving Memory of Mike Patterson
Arthur Brooks, Carly Fiorina, Steve Green, George Gilder, and Liz Koch to Headline 2018 Principled Entrepreneurship Conference, October 3-5 2018 at  The Catholic University of America
True Friendship: How Christian Companionship Helps Us Become Holier
  • In Loving Memory of Mike Patterson

    It is with a heavy heart and eyes turned to Heaven that we share with you the passing of our beloved board member, Mike Patterson.
    He was called home to Our Lord at 3:45 AM this morning, Tuesday September 25th, surrounded in love by his family.

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  • Arthur Brooks, Carly Fiorina, Steve Green, George Gilder, and Liz Koch to Headline 2018 Principled Entrepreneurship Conference, October 3-5 2018 at The Catholic University of America

    Conference Unites Academic, Business, Faith Leaders to Seek a Just Society Through Promotion of Human Work

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  • True Friendship: How Christian Companionship Helps Us Become Holier

    Christ is the third person who binds together a Christian friendship, and beautiful fruits blossom from these special types of relationships.

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2019 West Coast Priest Conference

January 7-10, 2019

The Napa Institute and the St. Paul Center are partnering to host the 2019 West Coast Priest Conference: A Priest Forever on the theme of Christ and the New Testament Priesthood.

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2019 Holy Land Pilgrimage

March 15-25, 2019

Together with biblical scholar Dr. Tim Gray, experience a trip of a lifetime through the Holy Land, beginning in Jerusalem and ending in Galilee.

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IN VINO VERITAS

The United States’ Catholic Beginnings in Colonial Maryland

By Christine Warner

Maryland is a site of many religious and secular historical developments from pre-colonial settlement and European exploration to territorial battles and religious conflict. While Maryland was not the first place that Roman Catholics settled in what would become the United States, it was instrumenta

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A Cautious and Humble Approach

By Marilyn E. Coors, Ph.D.

New technology is available for scientists to edit genomes for healthcare and agricultural purposes, almost at will. Many of us have thought and written about genetic engineering in the abstract for decades. Now the technology is here, and it is accurate and versatile. These advances in biotechnolog

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Perspectives From the Saints on the Dignity of Work

By Christine Warner

We find worth in our work. In part, it defines our quality of life and our existence on earth.   We are fulfilled and sanctified through work. It is one of the core qualities that differentiate us, as humans, from other living creatures. As Saint John Paul II reflected in his encyclical Labo

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