TAC’s New College & Career Counselor, Daniel Selmeczy (’08)
Walk into St. Joseph Commons during lunch hour, and you are likely to see Daniel Selmeczy (’08), sitting amid a group of students, avidly conversing about their studies and their goals.
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An Open Letter to My Parents: Fanning the Flame
When I was 7 years old, you brought us to a historical site only a few hours from home: Clonmacnoise, Ireland.
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Providential Path: Alumnus Monk Becomes College’s 80th Alumnus Priest
“I never would have expected I was going to become a Benedictine monk in Italy, in the birthplace of St. Benedict, and a priest!” says Dom Augustine (Philip ’13) Wilmeth, O.S.B., of his childhood years.
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Alumnus Writer Contemplates Pro-Life Economics, Post-Roe
Writing for Catholic World Report, Jonathan Culbreath (’17) contends that eradicating abortion in the United States will take much more than a Supreme Court decision. 
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Following the Path to the Priesthood: Br. Francis Dominic
Br. Francis Dominic is part of the Dominican Order’s Vietnamese Vicariate of St. Vincent Liem, which ministers to immigrant communities in the U.S. and Canada. 
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Alumni Cider House Wins City’s “Business of the Year”
The Chamber of Commerce in Santa Paula, California, has named Anna’s Cider — a local cidery founded by alumni entrepreneurs Anna (Dunlap) and Dominic O’Reilly (both ’12) — as its 2022 Business of the Year.
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Dr. Glen Coughlin (’81) Publishes New Translation of Aristotle’s De Anima
An alumnus of Thomas Aquinas College and a member of its California teaching faculty, Dr. Glen Coughlin (’81) has published a new translation of a work which has had a profound influence on his life and the life of the College — Aristotle’s De Anima.
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