Marketing and communications staff can help identify potential sources within the University community and arrange media interviews with Catholic University faculty, staff, and students.
Catholic University offers unmatched expertise on Catholic Church history, doctrine, and teaching. Educators and researchers also can speak on topical issues from urban planning to the presidency to energy issues.
News is posted daily on the University’s website. News releases and media advisories are archived. Keep up with University news by following @CatholicU_News on Twitter.
The Washington Post wrote about the University’s sisters in residence and how they connect with students through their band, Force of Habit. Catholic News Agency blogged about the story.
John Grabowski, associate professor, moral theology, was quoted in a USA Today story on surrogacy, and one on how faith communities view fertility treatments.
Angela Knobel, associate professor, philosophy, was mentioned in a Catholic News Service story on a panel discussion on being pro-life and feminist hosted by the Institute for Human Ecology. The panel was also covered by Catholic News Agency, Aleteia and Human Life International's Truth and Charity Forum.
Robert Destro, professor, law, was quoted in a National Catholic Register story about the results of the Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer Supreme Court case.
For details about the University, check out Campus Facts.
Please note: Catholic University is on private property. Reporters, news crews, and photographers must obtain permission from the Office of Marketing and Communications before entering campus. (View a map of campus property.)
Press parking: Metered parking is available near the main University entrance off Michigan Avenue, N.E., and along John McCormack Road, N.E. Free three-hour public parking is available along Harewood Road, N.E. Contact the Office of Marketing and Communications for access to University parking.