National Catholic Register Praises Grads’ Plan for Renewing Catholic Education
Last fall, alumni educators Dr. Andrew Seeley (’87) and Michael Van Hecke (’86) collaborated on a book whose ambitious aim was made explicit in its very title, Renewing Catholic Education. Writing in the National Catholic Register, reviewer Erika J. Ahern has found the work worthy of its noble purpose.
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Alumna Author Publishes New Novel about St. Francis
“What could be more inspiring than a man whose whole mission in life was to be a second Christ in the world and bring others to total conversion?” asks Margaret (Steichen ’84) O’Reilly, author of Sinner, Servant, Saint: A Novel Based on the Life of St. Francis of Assisi.
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Alumnus “Super Attorney” offers “Confessions of a Catholic Litigator”
“For more than 30 years, I have struggled over my role within the framework of litigation,” writes alumnus attorney David A. Shaneyfelt (’81) in Confessions of a Catholic Litigator, recently published in the University of St. Thomas Law Journal.
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Alumnus Priest: “We Must See that Our Only Happiness is in the Blessed Trinity”
Five years after his ordination, Fr. Jacob continues to serve with the Norbertine Fathers at St. Michael’s Abbey in Silverado, California. He teaches freshman Latin and junior religion at Mary Star of the Sea High School in San Pedro as well as chant at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Wilmington, and he leads the schola for parish’s Latin Mass.
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Prayer Update: Franz Wall (’16) Comes Home
On Thursday  Franz Wall (’16), who was paralyzed in a skiing accident in November, returned to his hometown of Mariposa, California.
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Alumnus Author Asks Why the Word Became Words
An associate professor of theology at Wyoming Catholic College, Dr. Jeremy Holmes (’99) has an abiding love for Scripture which dates back to his childhood, and now shines forth in his first published book.
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High School Students Sing Praise of TAC Alumni Teachers
Asked to name the teachers who have had the most profound influence on their lives, two of of the Classical Learning Test’s highest-scoring takers named TAC alumni.
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