Students Send Love and Support to Youth in Charlottesville

By Jimmy Cassidy In response to the demonstrations of hate in Charlottesville in early August, several local agencies started a campaign called “#DearYoungPerson” to send messages of love and support to the youth of the town. Students at Catholic University joined in on this initiative this past week and wrote cards to let the youth Read More …

Rev. James Martin Disinvited by University Seminary

By Duane Paul Murphy ’19 Catholic University of America’s national seminary last week withdrew its invitation for James Martin to speak at the seminary’s annual alumni event, citing the concern that his views about the LGBT community needing to have a better relationship with the Catholic Church may become a distraction at the event, based Read More …

Catholic Baseball Cruises in Win Over Gallaudet

By Jimmy Cassidy In just the second time in its last eight games, the Catholic University of America’s baseball team came out on top and picked up a victory. The Cardinals jumped out to a significant lead with a long 4th inning, and it was enough to knock off the Bison of Gallaudet University by Read More …

CUA Baseball Triumphs Over St. Mary’s in 9 Innings

By Jimmy Cassidy In a back and forth affair, the baseball team at the Catholic University of America came out on top against the St. Mary’s College Seahawks on Sunday, March 13th. The win is the team’s third in a row and fifth out of its last seven games. CUA moves to 7-5 in the Read More …