Cardinal Newman Society Seeks to Preserve Catholic Higher Education

December 29, 1994 by  
Filed under Catalyst Online, Features

The Cardinal Newman Society (CNS) was established in 1993 to address the many problems that confront Catholic higher education today. Through educational programs and activities, CNS encourages colleges and universities to renew their devotion to education that is faithful to the Church, as described in Pope John Paul Il’s apostolic constitution, Ex Corde Ecclesiae.

In order to be effective, it is essential that CNS maintain contact with individuals and groups that are in close contact with Catholic colleges or universities in the U.S. CNS is looking for students, parents, alumni, and faculty members who are interested in participating in this effort and perhaps forming local chapters. Contact: Cardinal Newman Society, P.O. Box 75274, Washington, D.C. 20013.


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