Globe Trotters: Experiencing the Joy of Pope Francis

By William Deatherage, Class of 2020 Greetings and salutations from the land of Europe! If you have ever considered studying abroad but worry about missing opportunities, let me be the first to assure you that there are plenty of amazing activities and events to engage in at the Catholic University of America Rome Campus. I Read More …

Globe Trotters 2/10/17

By Rachel Simoneau Politics, Class of 2018 Coventry, Rhode Island       On a day off from my internship in Parliament, I decided to further explore London. First, I went to Tower Bridge which is located across the River Thames and is where the Olympic rings were displayed during the 2012 Summer Games. The bridge is Read More …

Globe Trotters

By: Janae Carter This past weekend, the thirty honors students studying abroad in Rome were able to enjoy a memorable weekend in Venice. For me, Venice was an experience like no other because it is like no other city in the world. Instead of roads, you ride on boats through the many canals that fill Read More …

Catholic Churches: Worth So Much More Than the Stones That Built Them

By: Karina Bursch Throughout my life, I have often considered churches as important to Catholicism only by their service as functional spaces for the celebration of Mass.  However, spending time in Rome, the city of more than 900 churches, has endowed me with a new appreciation for the multitude of ways in which churches enhance Read More …