Are Catholic colleges suffering an identity crisis?
Friday, December 28, 2012 - By Susan Ciancio

When parents send their children to college, they expect them to grow emotionally and intellectually, and to develop into healthy adults. When a child is sent to a Catholic college, the expectations are even grander. Parents expect that their children, who are immersed in Catholicism, will grow spiritually as well. Through theology classes, enriching dorm life, and extracurricular activities, children should flourish in the faith. Yet, what exactly are our children learning?


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