Mass of the Holy Spirit

By Alex Santana The Catholic University of America held its annual Mass of the Holy Spirit on Thursday, August 30, 2018, in the Great Upper Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. This type of mass has been celebrated continuously since the University’s founding in 1887 by Pope Leo XIII Read More …

Shop Class as Soul Craft

  By President John Garvey After trading his executive office for a mechanic’s shop, Matthew Crawford explored the value of working with your hands and the integrity of the human worker in the 21st century in his book Shop Class as Soulcraft, reviewed by President John Garvey. -Katie Ward, Tower Staff Catholics sometimes have trouble Read More …

Honoring Catholic University’s Fallen Soldiers

By Luke Cocci  At The Catholic University of America we are the children of two nations, the Catholic Church and the United States. These two nations have dedicated themselves to improving the future, while always keeping the past in mind. These two nations are ingrained in our core identity. It is in this spirit that Read More …

Catholic University Students Concerned with Partisan Gerrymandering

By Duane Paul Murphy Gerrymandering appears to be one of the most definitive electoral issues in the history of the United States. It has become a staple of political manipulation since the beginning of partisan politics. Gerrymandering is defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary as a political method to divide a territory into specific election districts Read More …