The St. Maximilian Kolbe, O.F.M. Conv., Relic Tour is making its lone stop in the Washington, D.C., area at The Catholic University of America, where the martyr's relics are on display Feb. 17 through 19 for veneration and prayer.
Original plays by student playwrights will tackle issues of racial injustice, addiction, and the search for something better this month, as the Department of Drama presents the thesis works of M.F.A. Playwrighting candidates Lauren Jane Redmond and Tearrance Chisholm.
Roman Catholic convert, author, and Hollywood movie director, John Villiers Farrow, combined zest for adventure, appreciation for family, and a longing for faith. He was born on February 10, 1904 in Sydney, Australia. By 1927, he was in Hollywood, where nautical expertise and nascent writing abilities resulted in work as a film script consultant and technical adviser.
South African Cardinal Wilfrid Napier, archbishop of Durban, will speak on racial reconciliation on Wednesday, Feb. 17, and will deliver the annual Cardinal Dearden Lecture on Thursday, Feb. 18.
When it comes to reforming the Vatican's finances, simplicity and efficiency are important, but not as vital as an overall concern for the common good.
Junior Daniel Cooley knows the benefit of going outside his comfort zone. When he decided to enroll at Catholic University three years ago, it meant moving across the country to a place he had visited only once.