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HACS Lowers Tuition-Social Justice in Action

We all know the how expensive college tuition has gotten. We wonder ‘what happened’ and question whether or not a degree (undergraduate or graduate) is really worth it. I have three daughters in college, each of which have chosen fields that you won’t find on the list of ‘marketable degrees’. Many might think their choices […] Read More

Regina Caeli, laetare, Alleluia!

Dear Holy Apostles Family, Regina Caeli, laetare, Alleluia! Happy Easter to all! During the Easter Season which extends through the Seventh Sunday of Easter (Pentecost Sunday) it is the customary practice to pray the Regina Caeli (Queen of Heaven) in place of the Angelus. Students and teachers that have been praying the Angelus at the […] Read More

The Hand of God

Fr. Robert Anello, MSA, has recently made a history of Holy Apostles available for free on Google Play. The book is entitled The “Hand of God” at Work in Adult Catholic Priestly Formation: Holy Apostles College & Seminary, 1956 – 1995. Fr. Anello is a member of the Society of the Missionaries of the Holy […] Read More

One Human Family, Food For All

This is from the daughter of one of our HACS professors, Laura who along with her colleagues at Caritas Internationalis  produced this video.  It has “gone viral” with over 15 million viewers so far.  The original story is an ancient one, but nobody ever made a video of it until Laura thought of it and […] Read More

Love, Not War (support our Troops regardless of personal opinion)

Let’s face it, we don’t always agree personally with the political stands that our government sends our military to face and fight and defend for us. Sometimes we are completely on board. Other times, we wonder why we aren’t already doing something. Guess what, those who are in the military agree with all of the […] Read More

The Second Annual Aquinas Leadership International Summer World Congress

ANNOUNCING THE SECOND ANNUAL AQUINAS LEADERSHIP INTERNATIONAL SUMMER WORLD CONGRESS ON RENEWING THE WEST BY RENEWING COMMON SENSE Announcing the second annual Aquinas Leadership International World Congress at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, Huntington, Long Island, NY. Dates for the Conference are: Thursday, 25 June to Monday, 29 June 2015, devoted to the topic: “Atheism, Religion, and Common […] Read More

Notre Dame Launches Online Theology Program for Hispanic Catholics

Notre Dame Launches Online Theology Program for Hispanic Catholics By Kimberly Scharfenberger For available course, see Camino   A new faith formation program for Hispanic Catholics was just launched by the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Church Life, according to a University news release. The “Camino” program is designed to utilize technology and communications […] Read More

A Priest’s Fight for the Seal of Confession

When I was a seminarian in St. Benedict, Louisiana, I always thought the Sacrament of Reconciliation would be my favorite to celebrate, if I became a priest. The first time I encountered the seriousness of the Seal of Confession was with one of my good friends. We attended the same high school, and ended up going to […] Read More

Fr. Spitzer: Teaching Science & Faith – Conflict or Confluence?

From Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, O.P. The next Webinar is entitled “Teaching Science and Faith – Conflict or Confluence?” designed by Fr. Spitzer of the Magis Institute in collaboration with the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology. Here’s the flier. The webinar will be held on February 3, 2015, from 4:30 to 6:00 pm EST. […] Read More