The Power of Prayer?

God sees all of our prayers from eternity, or so we believe as Catholics. When tragedy befalls us, either personally or in our local, state or national community, it is a natural instinct in us to turn to prayer for the comfort of the victims and their families. As more and more innocent people die Read More …

A Heating Problem

Duane Paul Murphy Class of 2019 Politics As the United Nations Climate Change Conference is happening in the French metropolis of Paris, the Pew Research Center recently published a survey that 45% of Americans believe that climate change is a very serious problem, 41% of Americans believe that climate change is harming people now, and Read More …

Creed: A Movie to Believe In

By Stephen Fasulo II Creed is the perfect successor to the Rocky franchise. What made the original Rocky film was Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky Balboa, a hapless fool who had his fists, and little else. He has no idea how to do anything besides fight, and he proves he can go the distance in a climatic Read More …

Women’s Basketball Opens Conference Play with a Victory

By Jimmy Cassidy In their first game at the Raymond A. DuFour Center of the season, the women’s basketball team at the Catholic University of America rallied to defeat Landmark Conference opponent Susquehanna University on Wednesday, December 2nd. The Cardinals faced a five point deficit with just six minutes left in the contest, but ended Read More …

Men’s Basketball Wins on Last Second Shot

By Jimmy Cassidy While most of Catholic University’s student body was away for Thanksgiving break, the men’s basketball team won a thrilling contest on a game-winning shot from senior guard Bryson Fonville with .8 seconds left against Wesley College. On Sunday, November 29th, the All-American knocked down a jump shot with under a second left Read More …