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University of San Francisco Cuts Theology Program, Is Catholic Identity in Decline? Comments

We call upon the University to rescind the decision to end the Graduate Theology program and rededicate itself to being a Catholic University in the heart of the Church. Continue Reading

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  1. J
    5 years ago

    I'm sad to be a Catholic sometimes because of the feared leaders at some our universities. Where not giving Catholic education like we should. It's sad that even some Catholic leaders are ok with opinions, fictions, his story, changing definitions in dictionaries and encyclopedias. We need historical facts,origins, references, reputable people, credible websites and truths. The truth has been traded in for the lie. I pray that all the bishops will wake up and check on all the schools, whether it's universities, high schools, middle schools,or elementarys. please let's not be lazy.

  2. Teresa
    5 years ago

    Could it be that this college is simply being honest and (possibly) pursuing a goal of eventually becoming a secular university? Isn't this what Georgetown should do? And, Notre Dame? Why pretend to be Catholic? It's false advertising.

  3. James Guy
    5 years ago

    I am a 72 Graduate of USF as is my wife, brother, sister in law and niece, all proud graduates of USF.

    If USF returns to its religious life, then I will continue to be a proud alumni, otherwise, I am afraid that USF is no more a great University and does not deserve the right to be a Catholic school.

    It seems that Catholic Universities are now the property of anti Catholics and the Vatican as well as the Jesuit hierarchy should pull the plug and sever itself from the schools.

    A sad Day

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