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2006-2008

Economic Crisis Impacts College Graduates
VOA News
Dec. 6, 2008

Archbishop Wuerl offers insider's view on Synod of Bishops on Word of God
Catholic Standard
Dec. 4, 2008

Religion shaped 2008 in big, dramatic ways
Religion News Service
Dec. 2, 2008

Into Dark Waters
Men's Health
Dec. 1, 2008

Ordinarily Professing
Literary Matters
Fall 2008

A picture and a thousand words
Toronto Star
Nov. 2, 2008

Seeking Justice (and Mercy) From the Meter Reader
The Washington Post
Nov. 3, 2008

Banking on a shock finish
Canwest News Service
Oct. 31, 2008

Wounded Warrior
Fox News
Oct. 25, 2008

Obama's gains leave McCain defending his home turf
Canwest News Service
Oct. 18, 2008

Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezín
The Voice of Chorus America
Fall 2008

Nationwide Trend in Eucharistic Devotions on Campus
National Catholic Register
Oct. 7, 2008

Bush's Warnings of Danger Are No Longer as Powerful
From: The Washington Post
Date: Oct. 1, 2008

Popular soprano relishes Catholic U. experience
Arlington Catholic Herald
Sept. 24, 2008

The Economic Collapse: Not a Free Shot for Obama
The Huffington Post
Sept. 22, 2008

CUA opens academic year with new expressions of Catholic identity
Catholic News Service
Sept. 3, 2008

CUA Student Competes in Rose of Tralee Festival in Ireland
RTÉ TV
August 25, 2008

Archbishop Disputes Pelosi's Statements
Washington Post
August 27, 2008

Economics Professor Discusses Jobs in Energy on Clean Skies TV
Clean Skies TV
August 17, 2008

Understanding other cultures seen as key to meaningful celebrations
Catholic News Service
August 19, 2008

Finding a multiracial identity, in small numbers
San Jose Mercury News
August 16, 2008

Montgomery College Snuffs Out Smoking
The Washington Post
August 1, 2008

Catholic University displays gifts from pope's visit
The Washington Times
August 1, 2008

Eclipses in Ancient China Spurred Science, Beheadings?
National Geographic News
July 29, 2008

Author Jerry Muller Talks About Political Consequences of Ethnic Nationalism
Voice of America
July 28, 2008

Bracing the Satellite Infrastructure for a Solar Superstorm
Scientific American
July 28, 2008

North Laurel woman competes for Rose title
Howard County Times
July 24, 2008

Slapsticon: It's a Fall Classic in Midsummer
Washington Post
July 17, 2008

President Bush joined hundreds who gathered for Snow's funeral
Catholic News Service
July 17, 2008

Catholic University professor pioneers lunar telescope-making method
Catholic News Service
July 10, 2008

Corporate Governance
Forbes.com
July 4, 2008

Catholic University hosts seminar on causes, impacts of hoarding
Catholic News Service
June 27, 2008

Higher Learning Adapts To a Greening Attitude
Washington Post
June 22, 2008

Dancing Queen Returns to D.C.
Washington Post
June 20, 2008

CUA President Discusses Tim Russert on CNN
CNN
June 13, 2008

Journey of a Capital Insider From Hill To Valley
The Washington Post
June 3, 2008

Filling a Blank Canvas at Catholic University
The Washington Post
May 21, 2008

NIAGARA University: Class of 2008 has 1,200 graduates
Niagara Gazette
May 19, 2008

Poverty's intractability seen spreading to higher-income groups
Catholic News Service
May 9, 2008

McCain's Birth Abroad Stirs Legal Debate
The Washington Post
May 2, 2008

Pope Affirms, Challenges Catholic Educators
Catholic News Service
April 24, 2008

Benedict to make students' dreams come true
Washington Times
April 15, 2008

Washington DC, New York Prepare for Pope Benedict Visit
Voice of America
April 10, 2008

CUA Eager for Papal Visit
Washington Times
April 9, 2008

Father O'Connell Discusses Papal Visit on CNN
CNN
April 6, 2008

Washington symposium explores common morality in a global age
Catholic News Service
April 1, 2008

CUA Architecture Students Discuss Fabrication of Papal Altar
Sinclair Broadcast Group
March 28, 2008

Pope Reaches Out to American Catholics
U.S. News & World Report
March 28, 2008

Local Students Design Pope's Furniture
WUSA-TV
March 25, 2008

People will have chance to see pope as he travels from site to site
Catholic News Service
March 20, 2008

Reaction to the Obama Speech
Time
March 18, 2008

Students Making Progress on Papal Stage
Fox 5
March 17, 2008

Catholic University Officials Remember Prior Papal Visit
Fox 5
March 10, 2008

Creating divine designs
Baltimore Sun
March 10, 2008

How Will Obama Fight Back
Time
March 5, 2008

Rorem's 'Our Town,' Wistfully Wilder
Washington Post
March 1, 2008

Students Pray With Pope Via Satellite
Fox 5
March 1, 2008

McCain's Canal Zone Birth Prompts Queries About Whether That Rules Him Out
New York Times
Feb. 28, 2008

Pope Benedict Reiterates Teaching Against Euthanasia
Vatican Radio
Feb. 25, 2008

New Hampshire man designs U.S. Papal altar
New England Cable News
Feb. 21, 2008

Papal visit on CUA campus excites Catholic students active in faith
Catholic News Service
Feb. 15, 2008

College student honored for effort to help poor in Jamaica
Burlington County Times
Feb. 11, 2008

Not only Men treat women as objects
Zenit News Agency
Feb. 12, 2008

Silent Movies & Their Music
The Kojo Nnamdi Show
Feb. 7, 2008

Lenten sacrifice good for the soul and the wallet
Savannah Morning News
Feb. 6, 2008

Students Design Papal Stage
Fox 5 News
January 28, 2008

Out to change the world
Times Leader
January 22, 2008

Movement Gets a Youthful Infusion New Generation of Activists Is Assembling Across College Campuses
Washington Post
January 21, 2008

CUA Physicist Discusses New Star Clusters in Several Media Outlets
MSNBC/Space.com
Jan. 8, 2008

Students go global
Architectural Record
January 2008

U.S. Anticipates Papal Mission
National Catholic Register
Dec. 9, 2007

CUA Physicist Discusses New Star Clusters in Several Media Outlets
MSNBC/Space.com
Jan. 8, 2008

Students go global
Architectural Record
January 2008

U.S. Anticipates Papal Mission
National Catholic Register
Dec. 9, 2007

Latin Makes a Comeback
Washington Post
Nov. 24, 2007

Yearning for Unity
Vatican Radio
Nov. 16, 2007

O'Brien urges priest back to fold
Baltimore Sun
Nov. 15, 2007

African refugee outreach program gets $1 million Opus Prize
Catholic News Service
Nov. 14, 2007

Pope Will Visit D.C. In April
The Washington Post
Nov. 13, 2007

Catholic Activist Wins $1 Million For Helping Educate African Exiles
The Washington Post
Nov. 8, 2007

Public activism must become more focused on common good, speaker says
Catholic News Service
Nov. 1, 2007

Faith perspective essential to dialogue on issues, says archbishop
Catholic News Service
Oct. 30, 2007

Elevation of Cardinal-Designate DiNardo No Surprise to His Friends
Catholic News Service
Oct. 17, 2007

American Indian trust suit could total billions
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Oct. 14, 2007

A primer on U.S. political primaries
International Herald Tribune
Oct. 11, 2007

Charting New Courses To Make Subjects Click
The Washington Post
Oct. 8, 2007

Catholic University senior heads to Peru
Fairfield County Catholic
Sept. 8, 2007

Heir Unapparent
National Journal
Sept. 28, 2007

When Evil Strikes
Our Sunday Visitor
Sept. 30, 2007

Confession Makes a Comeback
The Wall Street Journal
Sept. 21, 2007

By bringing good food to the table, Beaumont sisters help keep families together
Beaumont Enterprise
Sept. 19, 2007

In market for change?
The Washington Times
Sept. 16, 2007

Politics Professor Quoted in Analysis of President Bush's Speech
Copley News Service
Sept. 13, 2007

Law Professor Debates Abortion Rights with Amnesty International Official
Al Jazeera
Aug. 23, 2007

Craig is Gone, Leaving GOP Bruised
Time
Sept. 1, 2007

Marines' Trials in Iraq Killings Are Withering
The New York Times
Aug. 30, 2007

Father O'Connell Discusses Mother Teresa Letters on CNN
CNN
Aug. 24, 2007

Few Dems show for 'Prez on the Rez'
Gannett News Service
Aug. 22, 2007

Killings Focus Attention on Security at Colleges
The Washington Post
Aug. 18, 2007

Potential Design Flaw in Minn. Bridge Collapse
AP TV
Aug. 9, 2007

Democrats Stuck in Neutral
The Huffington Post
Aug. 3, 2007

Architecture's dying art
The Washington Times
July 18, 2007

Man learns valuable lessons teaching in Tanzania Thomas Long has started the 'T-shirt Project' to help clothe poor children
The Gazette
July 18, 2007

Return of Old Mass Doesn't Please All
Religion News Service
July 14, 2007

University's Web site provides new ways to teach Catholic history
Catholic News Service
July 6, 2007

New glossary seeks to improve Catholics' literacy about their faith
Catholic News Service
June 26, 2007

Catholics Begin Campaign on Marriage
Associated Press
June 28, 2007

Canon Law Professor Discusses Changes to Papal Elections
Vatican Radio
June 26, 2007

A Design Hub Tucked Into the Park
The Washington Post
June 16, 2007

Wuerl paves own path
The Washington Times
June 17, 2007

Playing on a higher scale
The Washington Times
June 11, 2007

New pope likely to deliver same message to Bush on Iraq
McClatchy Newspapers
June 7, 2007

On the Record: Craig Parker
Legal Times
May 21, 2007

Astronomers eagerly await potential birth of 'super' sun
The Independent
May 29, 2007

"Between tradition and location"
Columbia Missourian
May 19, 2007


"Joan of Arc: Medieval Maiden to Modern Saint" at The Knights of Columbus
WTNH-TV
May 5, 2007


Wolfowitz Broke Bank Rules With Pay Raise, Panel Says
Bloomberg News
May 7, 2007


Mirroring wider debate, Vatican seminar on global warming gets heated
Catholic News Service
April 27, 2007

Vegas has arrived, so have the cardinals
Las Vegas Sun
April 28, 2007

Colleges Enhancing Security
The Washington Post
April 26, 2007


Wolfowitz Rejects Calls to Resign as World Bank Head
Bloomberg News
April 16, 2007

The Countless Achievements of a Math Master
The Washington Post
April 9, 2007

CUA President and Professor Discuss Religious Relics on CNN
CNN
April 6, 2007

American dream not the same for all, but it stays alive, panel says
Catholic News Service
April 4, 2007

Names & Faces: He's With Them
The Washington Post
March 31, 2007

The Reliable Source: This Just In...
The Washington Post
March 23, 2007

Washington Post Reviews "Candide"
The Washington Post
March 19, 2007

Voltaire and Bernstein, Playing Well Together
The Washington Post
March 13, 2007

Theology and Religious Studies Dean Appears on NPR to Discuss Confession
NPR's All Things Considered
March 3, 2007

CUA President Discusses Documentary on Alleged Jesus Burial Site
CNN's "The Situation Room"
Feb. 26, 2007

A Call to Confession, for It Is Fading
The Washington Post
Feb. 22, 2007

CUA Architecture Professor Discusses Architectural Design on WAMU-FM
The Kojo Nnamdi Show
Feb. 12, 2007

Obama Bets His Magic Will Endure 'Freak Show' of U.S. Politics
Bloomberg
Feb. 12, 2007

Political Dissent in the U.S. Military
ABC News
Feb. 7, 2007

CUA Law Professor Discusses Army Officer's Court-Martial Trial
Morning Edition
Feb. 5, 2007

Obama May Find His Newness Both Help and Hindrance in Campaign
Bloomberg
Jan. 17, 2007

Volunteers take 'day on' for King
The Washington Times
Jan. 16, 2007

New Leader Cites Need for Nurses
The Washington Times
Jan. 8, 2007

CUA President Discusses "The Nativity Story" and the Birth of Jesus Christ
20/20
Dec. 15, 2006

Spirit of Christmas, more prosaic concerns motivate year-end giving
Catholic News Service
Dec. 8, 2006

CUA President Comments on Pope's Trip to Turkey
The Diane Rehm Show
Nov. 29, 2006

Still Publish or Perish
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
Nov. 30, 2006

Teen Angel: 15th-Century Girl Makes Good in 'Joan of Arc'
The Washington Post
Nov. 27, 2006


Rebuilding Some Old City Libraries
The Washington Times
Nov. 20, 2006

Make a Meal of the City Around You
The Washington Post
Nov. 15, 2006

Congress has more pro-life Democrats; may raise wages, tackle immigration
Catholic News Service
Nov. 13, 2006

Pelosi Supports Murtha for Majority Leader Over Hoyer
Bloomberg News
Nov. 13, 2006

Yankee Republicans on Last Legs
Associated Press
Nov. 13, 2006

Booth's ghosts, the bard's spirit
The Baltimore Sun
Nov. 12, 2006

What Color was Jesus?
'Color of the Cross' puts a different face on the debate
San Francisco Chronicle
Nov. 7, 2006

A Laboratory on Identity: Catholic University president seeks to make former 'home of dissent' into model of fidelity
National Catholic Reporter
Nov. 3, 2006

A Twist on the Old Dream: Looking to Ireland for Jobs
The New York Times
Oct. 20, 2006

CUA Associate Professor Appears on NBC's 'Nightline' to Discuss Apocalypse
Nightline
Oct. 18, 2006

Skimming Cases Are Blamed on Lax Accounting
Miami Herald
Oct. 14, 2006

Pope Poised to Revive Latin Mass, Official Says: Ancient Tridentine Rite was Replaced in 1960s
The New York Times
Oct. 12, 2006

2008: The Prequel
The New York Times
Oct. 12, 2006

Election 2006 Key Issues: Social Issues and Values
Star Tribune
Oct. 5, 2006

CUA Law Professor Discusses Legal Issues with Instant Messaging
The Kojo Nnamdi Show
Oct. 10, 2006

Archbishop's Call for Court Blessing Steers Clear of Issues
The New York Times
Oct. 2, 2006

H.P. Read Messages of Reporter
The New York Times
Sept. 30, 2006

Bless U.: Caring for Students's Souls -- and Dorm Rooms
The Washington Post
Oct. 1, 2006


Dr. Anthony S. Fauci of NIH Speaks on Biodefense and Pandemic Influenza
C-SPAN
Sept. 22, 2006

Excommunicated African Bishop says Allowing Married Priests Would Make Church Healthier
Associated Press
Sept. 27, 2006

Archbishop Repudiates Expulsion
Washington Post
Sept. 28, 2006

Speakers Say Church Needs to See Ministry, Roles in New Light
Catholic News Service
Sept. 25, 2006

CUA President Appears on CNN's 'This Week at War' to Discuss Pope's Comments
This Week at War
Sept. 23, 2006

CUA President Comments on Controversy over the Pope's Remarks
The Diane Rehm Show
Sept. 19, 2006

Catholic University Names New Theology Professors
Catholic News Service
Sept. 18, 2006

All Things Catholic: New Hires at Catholic University
National Catholic Reporter
Sept. 15, 2006

On Sept. 11 Anniversary, University Community Gathers Again in Prayer
Catholic News Service
Sept. 12, 2006

R.I. Voters Will Head to Polls to Determine Chafee's Fate
Associated Press
Sept. 12, 2006

Second Trial of Saddam Hussein Resumes
Voice of America
Sept. 11, 2006

Campus Climate Challenge: Spotlight on CUA's Bob Burhenn
WPFW "Earthbeat"
Sept. 5, 2006

Rules of War Still Apply Even If One Side Ignores Them
CNS
Aug. 29, 2006

E-books Unplugged
The Washington Times
Aug. 17, 2006

Way-Out-Of-The-Norm-Dorm
Washington Post
Aug. 16, 2006

On His Musical Journey, Drummer Learns From Life
Business Gazette
Aug. 16, 2006

Sweet Freedom Tempts Freshman
Washington Times
Aug. 14, 2006

Republican Splits May Hurt Pensions Measure, Election Prospects
Bloomberg
July 31, 2006

Reclaiming the Feminine Spririt in the Catholic Priesthood
Washington Post
July 30, 2006

Schoolbooks Are Given F's in Originality
New York Times
July 13, 2006

Young playwright wins top award at Arena Stage
Montgomery County Gazette
June 21, 2006