Tag: Everyday Catholic Leaders

On October 5, President of Murphy-Hoffman Company Kenworth (MHC Kenworth) and Benedictine College board member Mike Murphy spoke to students about leadership, and offered some life advice that involved a little risk-taking.

Joining chaplain Fr. Simon Baker and Benedictine College’s record 1,850 students is Fr. Jay Kythe, associate chaplain at Benedictine. Fr. Jay will be looking after the spiritual needs of the students through

Tony Brandt, a 2000 graduate of Benedictine College, is the co-founder of Casting Nets, a non-profit lay apostolate that offers training in evangelization and catechesis. Brandt was at Benedictine College for the

This is the second of two posts looking at the relationship between the religious life and secular life at Benedictine College. This one is an interview with Brother Luke Turner, a junior

Dr. Edward Mulholland is an assistant professor in the Department of Modern Foreign and Classical languages at Benedictine College, where he teaches Greek and Latin. He also co-runs an interdisciplinary “Great Books”

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