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March for Life 2016

Latest News

  • Feb.
    South African Archbishop to Speak at CUA
    South African Cardinal Wilfrid Napier, archbishop of Durban, will speak on racial reconciliation on Wednesday, Feb. 17, and will deliver the annual Cardinal Dearden Lecture on Thursday, Feb. 18.
  • Feb.
    Music Student Receives Helen Hayes Nomination
    Senior John Sygar, who studies in the Music School, was among the talented local performers to receive a nomination this week for the 2016 Helen Hayes Awards.

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  • News from the Archives

    The University Archives blog takes a look at John Villiers Farrow, Roman Catholic convert, author, and Hollywood movie director.

  • Ash Wednesday Photo Gallery

    Catholic University began the Lenten season with ash distribution on Ash Wednesday in Caldwell Chapel.

  • Into the Woods Offers Fairy Tales with an Edge

    Audiences will experience an inventive take on storybook characters this month as the Music School presents its spring production, Into the Woods.

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Success Stories

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Pope Francis at CUA

Pope Francis at CUA

Visit to read about the visit of Pope Francis and to view videos and photos. The website chronicles the months of preparation leading up to the papal visit, the events of Sept. 23, and how the visit continues to inspire the University community.

> ¡Viva El Papa! in CUA Magazine

> CUA's Papal Visit Website

University Experts

Catholic University experts are available to comment on a wide range of subjects, and offer analysis on current events.

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Upcoming Events

  • Feb.
    Legacy Street
    The Department of Drama presents Legacy Street, which follows the inhabitants of Legacy Street, a play about the human desperation for permanence and the unsung stories of our cities. Performances will be held Feb. 12, 13, 18, 20, and 21.
  • Feb.
    Br’er Cotton
    The Department of Drama presents Br’er Cotton, a play about a young man out to save the world, wake up the zombies, and prove by any means necessary that Black Lives Matter. Performances will be held Feb. 13, 14, 17, 19, and 20.
  • Feb.
    International Coffee House and Tea Room
    The Department of Modern Languages hosts an International Coffee House and Tea Room as part of International Week.
  • Feb.
    The Sources of Josquin's Missa de Beata Virgine
    The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s musicology colloquium presents “A Few Days in the Life of a Renaissance Mass: The Sources of Josquin's Missa de Beata Virgine” by Alanna Ropchock of Case Western Reserve University.
  • Feb.
    1001 Arabian Nights
    The Saudi Student Association and the Arabic Club will introduce students to Middle Eastern culture as part of International Week.
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