President John Garvey and William P. Loewe, associate professor of theology and religious studies, were quoted in a Sept. 23 Chronicle of Higher Education article about how Catholic colleges and universities are welcoming Pope Francis’s visit.
For Many U.S. Catholic Colleges, This Pope May Be a Blessing
From: Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: Sept. 23, 2015
Author: Peter Schmidt
When Pope Francis appears at the Catholic University of America on Wednesday, it will be to celebrate a Mass and canonize a saint, the American missionary Junípero Serra. Unlike his two immediate predecessors, Pope John Paul II, who spoke here in 1979, and Pope Benedict XVI, who spoke here in 2008, Pope Francis does not intend to talk at length about Catholic higher education and how its mission imposes limits on academic freedom.
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