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7 Holy Apostles Graduates to be Ordained to the Priesthood Today!

  7 Holy Apostles Graduates to be Ordained to the Priesthood Today! Today, Saturday July 1st at 10:30am EST the Priestly Ordination Mass of the Diocese of Paterson New Jersey will begin. Those who studied at Holy Apostles to be ordained to the Holy Priesthood today are: Rev. Mr. Javier Bareño Rev. Mr. Michal Dykalski […] Read More

St. Flannery’s Epistles to Miss A.

“… our salvation is worked out on earth according as we love one another, see Christ in one another, etc., by works.  This is one reason I am chary of using the word, love, loosely.  I prefer to use it in its practical forms, such as prayer, almsgiving, visiting the sick and burying the dead […] Read More

Holy Apostles Appoints Two New Chairs

Holy Apostles Appoints Two New Chairs Holy Apostles College & Seminary is proud to announce the appointments of Prof. Charles Rex, as the Chair in Music History and Violin and Prof. Joseph Pearce, as the Tolkien and Lewis Chair in Literary Studies. Meet Our New Chairs! Violinist Charles Rex, the former Associate Concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, who has recently retired, will be […] Read More

Catholic schools repeatedly display academic excellence in national testing

Catholic Schools Outperform Public Schools on the New 2016 SAT Subject Tests Catholic schools repeatedly display academic excellence in national testing Arlington, VA – The College Board SAT Subject Tests scores show that religiously affiliated schools, which include Catholic schools, scored significantly higher than the national mean for public schools on the new version of […] Read More

10 Tips for Learning a New Language

Learning a new language can be fun and exciting, but it can also be challenging and tedious. What distinguishes those people who persevere through the challenge to proficiency from those who give up in frustration and disappointment? I managed to develop proficiency in Spanish and American Sign Language, and I am currently working on German […] Read More

Why the Hatred? Brief History of Jews and Muslims

I watched a video the other day where a Muslim student at a California college sneered at a Jewish speaker and stated that she was for Hezbollah’s declaration that ‘Jews must be exterminated,’ and I wondered, what is the cause of this hatred between Muslims and Jews? The answer I used to give people was […] Read More

Dialogue in the Virtual Classroom

This past semester marked the end of my coursework for the MA in Theology program at Holy Apostles. It was, quite naturally, bittersweet. There is great joy in completing an endeavor, but I will also miss the experience and the online dialogues with professors and classmates. As much as the virtual classroom cannot be a […] Read More

Healthy Habits of a Good Student

Being a student can be difficult at times. Through no fault of our own we stumble. Many times though, our shortcomings are our fault or we perceive things in ways that aren’t really so. Not knowing what to expect from a test, feeling misled by a professor occasionally, misreading instructions, having to work in a […] Read More