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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

Announcing the New DPS Editor – Judith Babarsky

I am always glad to share good news. Judith Babarsky, both a HACS alumni and an adjunct professor, has accepted the position of Blog Editor for our DPS Blog. Judith has been with us for some time now, and will be an added benefit in her new role. I am certain the DPS Blog writing […] Read More

HACS Best College for Transmission of Natural Law

I would like to share some news passed on by Richard Birdsall,  our HACS Bookstore Manager, Director of Career Services, and past President of the DPS that HACS has been recognized as “the Best Natural Law College dedicated to the transmission of the authentic tradition of Natural Law.” From the Newsletter, “The Golden Standard” of […] Read More

Course Offering Entitled: Evangelii Gaudium

From Dr. Sebastian Mahfood…. Good morning, friends, and most blessed Christmas Eve, I’d like to share with you an online course offering entitled Evangelii Gaudium: The Joy of the Gospel taught by Msgr. James McNamara of the Diocese of Rockville Center.  Here is the flier; and here is the syllabus. The course is open only to […] Read More

Toward a 21st Century Catholic World-View – Dr. Ronda Chevin

In the past month, Dr. Ronda Chervin’s Toward a 21st Century Catholic World-View has come to print. Dr. Ronda, the beloved professor of philosophy at Holy Apostles College and Seminary, has edited and contributed essays towards a book which consists of a collaboration of both faculty and students of HACS.  Toward a 21st Century Catholic […] Read More