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|Dec 22, 2011 Raye White gives $500,000 to Center for Faith and Culture |
The University of St. Thomas Center for Faith and Culture received a $500,000 gift from Raye White on Oct. 3. The gift will support the Center’s mission to form community leaders who understand and effect the relationship between the worldview of Catholic faith and culture.
|Nov 30, 2011 Inaugural Fundraiser Celebrates Faithful Citizenship |
On October 3rd, 2011, the CFC held their inaugural Faithful Citizenship Dinner and Lecture. The event provided companionship and intellectual stimulation for a noteworthy guest list all while raising just under $120,000 to help the CFC fund various activities.
|Nov 30, 2011 Parish Advocacy Program Continues to Develop|
With the help of pilot participants, the CFC is developing a program to help parishioners live as faithful citizens.
|Nov 30, 2011 Prominent Catholic Voice Speaks on Religious Freedom|
John L. Allen, Jr., senior correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter and Vatican Analyst for CNN, speaks on behalf of the Center for Faith &Culture discussing 21st century challenges facing the Catholic Church. WATCH the video at the link above.
|Nov 21, 2011 2011 Faithful Citizen Award Winner|
Mr. Joe Tortorice Jr., the 2011 Faithful Citizen Award Winner, grew up in the food business, helping his father Joe Sr. in the family’s neighborhood grocery store in Beaumont, Texas. At the age of 28, Joe and several friends opened their own sandwich and soup shop and called it Jason’s Deli.
|Aug 22, 2011 CNN Vatican Analyst John Allen Explores Religious Freedom |
John L. Allen Jr., senior correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter and senior Vatican analyst for CNN, will give the annual UST Center for Faith and Culture Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza Lecture at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 4 in Jones Hall. Allen’s lecture will explore, "Religious Freedom: Its Roots in Catholic Thought and its Place in Vatican Diplomacy."
|Mar 25, 2011 CFC Lecture Reflects on Century of Ecumenism |
The University of St. Thomas Center for Faith and Culture will present, “After a Century of Ecumenism: What has been Achieved? What are Some Challenges Facing Us Today,” a lecture by Monsignor John A. Radano.