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AMU Grads on Faith

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Meet Matthew Vicinanzo and Sarah Richards – both recent Ave Maria graduates who see a clear connection between their faith, their education, and their futures.  

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Dr. Michael Pakaluk Article Featured in the Boston Pilot

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

There are lessons in fish. Consider: Do you, as a Catholic, abstain from meat on Fridays? If not, you would probably tell me that practice was abandoned by Vatican II. Indeed, but I would say that your reply is a half truth. Before Vatican II, Catholics abstained from meat, and ate fish instead, as a very slight penance, to remember the day of the Lord’s Passion. After Vatican II, Catholics are still supposed to do penance on Friday and remember the Passion, only the specific penance need not be fish. 

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Homily at Baccalaureate Mass, Rev. Matthew Lamb

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Joyful greetings to you graduates of Ave Maria University, to your parents and friends, Chancellor Monaghan and President Towey, and distinguished faculty, staff and visitors. In the venerable traditions of Catholic universities, we invoke the Advocate, the Spirit of truth, upon you graduates before sending you forth with your degrees at Commencement. 

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A Night on Broadway, April 13th

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Presented by the students of Ave Maria University, featuring selections from Wicked, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, The Sound of Music, etc.

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Scholarship Fund Established in Memory of AMU Graduate

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Jon Scharfenberger just wanted to help people, his mother said at a gathering in Ave Maria. Now, a scholarship fund being established in the name of the young man who died in a car accident last fall may help many others attend the university where he was such an active part of the campus life for four years.

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AMU Professor to teach two Biology classes in Nicaragua this summer

Thursday, April 12, 2012

AMU Professor, Thomas Smith, will teach two Biology classes (Natural History Field Studies and Environmental Science) in Nicaragua this summer from May 6 – June 7.  Both classes will fulfill the natural sciences core curriculum requirement for AMU students.

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Professor Michael Waldstein video featured on St Peter’s List blog-site

Thursday, April 12, 2012

In excerpts from a classroom lecture, Dr. Waldstein comments on  the importance of the Papal document Humanae Vitae in our understanding of the Theology of the Body.  

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Ave Maria is Growing

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Arthrex announces official ground-breaking for new $25 million light medical device manufacturing facility. 

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AMU Women's Basketball Player Emily Huber Bikes for Multiple Sclerosis

Friday, April 6, 2012

Emily Huber of the Ave Maria University women's basketball team will bike from Bar Harbor, Maine to Seattle, Washington this summer as a cyclist in the "Bike the U.S. for MS" 2012 tour.

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HHS Mandate Article in The Weekly Standard Quotes Jim Towey

Monday, March 19, 2012

On February 11, as the debate over the Obama administration’s rule forcing religious institutions to provide insurance for contraceptive and aborti-facient drugs to their employees was reaching fever pitch, a prominent American said:  

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