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CUA's Special Relationship with the Holy See

Pope Francis thumbCatholic University has a unique relationship with the Holy See stemming from its papal charter and the visit of two Popes to campus.

 

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Highlights

  • Buildings of Memories/Houses of Death

    “Aedificium Memorarium + Aedes Mortis: Buildings of Memories/Houses of Death,” presents the work of students from Catholic University’s Comprehensive Building Design studio last spring.

  • MLK Day of Service Photo Gallery

    On Jan. 19, hundreds of CUA students served their neighbors in need as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

  • Music School 50th Anniversary Events

    As part of its anniversary season, the School of Music has numerous special performances planned for 2015.

Upcoming Events

  • Jan.
    28
    Brahms's Four Serious Songs
    The Musicology Colloquium presents "Brahms's Vier ernste Gesaenge: Biblical Romanticism," a lecture by doctoral student Kevin Frecker.
  • Jan.
    29
    Law School Open House
    The Columbus School of Law invites prospective students to learn more about the school.
  • Jan.
    29
    Education Abroad Fair
    The Education Abroad fair highlights the study abroad experience for students.
  • Jan.
    30
    Clemency: The Emerging Purple Issue
    Robert L. Ehrlich, former governor of Maryland, will speak in this event sponsored by the Columbus School of Law.
  • Jan.
    30
    Global Fest
    Global Fest/Embassy Row will feature a wide range of information highlighting several international destinations.
  • Jan.
    30
    We Have Never Been Animals: Heidegger's Posthumanism
    Steven Galt Crowell, the Joseph and Joanna Nazro Mullen Professor of Philosophy at Rice University, will deliver the lecture.
  • Jan.
    31
    International Week Open Mic
    Students will share songs, poems, dances, and other performances highlighting CUA's cultural diversity. Foods from all over the world will be served.
  • Feb.
    3
    32 Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    This series will be performed by faculty and students from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music throughout the year.