Irish Sport Hurls into Catholic University

By Jared Prenda “The Fastest Game on Grass” has come to the Catholic University of America. The ancient Gaelic sport of hurling has existed for 4000 years, but the Brookland Gaels have been many university students’ introduction to the national sport of Ireland, since 2014 alum Bridget McCarthy founded the team four years ago.            Read More …

Irish Ambassador to the United States Comes to Speak at Catholic

By Abby Anderko ’21 On Wednesday, February 21st, the Irish Ambassador to the United States, Daniel Mulhall, spoke at Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America. Hosted in the Slowinski Courtroom, this conversation was moderated by Dean Daniel Attridge of the Columbus School of Law and was attended by approximately 100 students Read More …

W.B. Yeats: Catholic’s Legendary Literature Guest

By Iain Higgins William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) was the foremost poet of the Irish Literary Revival – a movement at the turn of the last century that sought to institute a national literary tradition separate from that of English literature. Early on in Catholic University’s history, Yeats visited the school during a tour of the Read More …