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Benedictine College Media & Culture
In Seton magazine, Denis McNamara calls the program ‘the only one that has a 100% classical curriculum taught by people of faith.’
Minnesota Bishop Andrew Cozzens was just “Drew”when he was an English major on campus, but nine of his friends are now priests and religious.
On Veteran's Day 2021, a Mass for the soldiers was celebrated at St. Benedict's Abbey. Students processed at Mass to present a rose for each veteran.
A student-led initiative gathered students to ask exactly how they can apply the Benedictine College mission of community, faith and scholarship to the world.
Meet Natalie Wechter, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Player of the Year for Women’s Lacrosse.
“The dream and dare of the Benedictines to renew culture through Catholic higher education is as game-changing today as it was in the sixth century,” said Cardinal Dolan.
Benedictine College’s Opening School Mass and Convocation spotlighted the college’s Catholic mission.
TRANSFORMING CULTURE: “Benedictine College is a deep well of beauty from which I will draw from for the rest of my life,” she said.
TRANSFORMING CULTURE: The former Spikeball Club President is on to (way) bigger things in the U.S. Air Force.
High school students lived on campus at Benedictine College this summer, experiencing the community, faith and scholarship the school offers.
TRANSFORMING CULTURE: Annie Fitzgerald is building a community of adoptees to share their stories and see the plan for their lives.
TRANSFORMING CULTURE: She helped in the college’s new strategic plan, then took its goals seriously in her own life.