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Mary the Beloved by Keith Berube, Avail from Amazon at No Cost Jan 23rd through Jan 28th

Good afternoon, friends, I’m delighted to announce that the Kindle version of Mary, the Beloved, authored by one of our post-master’s students, Keith Berube, will be available at no cost from Amazon.com beginning tomorrow, January 23, and lasting through January 28. To download your copy, go to https://www.amazon.com/Mary-Beloved-Keith-Berube-ebook/dp/B06XNTJ9NF/ beginning tomorrow. The purpose of the give-away is to attract reviews posted on Amazon from those […] Read More

Phenomenology and the Common Good by Jean Luc Marion

  Watch on Youtube https://youtu.be/aBNdOJGWoQI KEYNOTE: Phenomenology and the Common Good by Jean Luc Marion youtu.be Jean-Luc Marion, Professor Emeritus, University of Paris IV-Sorbonne, gives a keynote address during the conference “The Common Good as Common Project” on Ma…

World Peace

Read “World peace depends on right to life, Pope tells diplomats” by Carol Glatz up now on the Catholic Herald website.

Passing of Esteemed Holy Apostles College & Seminary Professor

Dear friends, It is with sadness that we announce the passing of esteemed Holy Apostles College & Seminary professor and former vice-rector, Msgr. David Quentin Liptak on Monday, January 1, 2018. Msgr. Liptak was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Hartford in 1953. His sister, Sr. Dolores Liptak, RSM, expressed that her brother wanted nothing more […] Read More

Passing of Esteemed Holy Apostles College & Seminary Professor

Dear friends, It is with sadness that we announce the passing of esteemed Holy Apostles College & Seminary professor and former vice-rector, Msgr. David Quentin Liptak on Monday, January 1, 2018. Msgr. Liptak was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Hartford in 1953. His sister, Sr. Dolores Liptak, RSM, expressed that her brother wanted nothing more […] Read More

Journal of Bioethics: A Regular Feature of the Bioethics Center

Christ is Born! Glorify Him! As we enter into the celebration of the Nativity of Christ, The Saint John Paul II Bioethics Center is pleased to announce the publication of Volume I of The Saint John Paul II Journal of Bioethics. The journal will be a regular feature of the Bioethics Center. It will focus on scholarship exploring the […] Read More