Catholic Distance University’s Graduate School of Theology was granted associate membership in the Association of Theological Schools at the accrediting agency’s biennial meeting in Denver, Colorado, on June 20th. Associate membership is the first step toward full accreditation by ATS. Read full story.
CHARLES TOWN, WV—Catholic Distance University will celebrate its 35th year in 2018. Founded in 1983 as the first catechetical institute in the United States to award the Catechetical Diploma and teach the Catholic faith to adults using distance education, today the university offers degree and continuing education programs completely online, continuing its commitment to provide a faithful Catholic education accessible anytime and anywhere. Read full story.
The Arlington Catholic Herald Father Paul F. deLadurantaye, executive director of the St. Thomas More Institute and diocesan secretary for catechetics and sacred liturgy, has been appointed to the English section of the Vatican Secretariat of State for five years beginning Sept. 1, 2018. Click here to read more.
On National Catholic Register (Posted by Stephen Beale on Saturday May 26th, 2018 at 8:45 AM) Its faith-filled mission continues unabated. Click here to read article
Marianne Mount, president of Catholic Distance University, was in Rome and sat down with Vatican Insider with Joan Lewis. Click here to find out more.
Check out this 15 minute segment with Dr. Marcellino D'Ambrosio on the Sonrise Morning Show that promotes the responsibility to learn more about your faith, connected with the gospel of the talents.
At it's annual dinner and awards ceremony Nov. 4 in Arlington, VA., Catholic Distance University (CDU) bestowed its Founder's Award on Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson and Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori for their contributions to Catholic education. Read the Full Story
From Knightline, News for Knights of Columbus leaders, December 2016 issue At its annual dinner and awards ceremony Nov. 5 in Arlington, Va., Catholic Distance University bestowed its Founder’s Award upon Supreme Knight Carl Anderson and Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori for their contributions to Catholic education. This award constitutes the university’s highest honor. Read the Full Story