Efforts to found new Catholic college in Ireland
Catholic World News - March 14, 2014
Kathy Sinnott, a former member of the European Parliament, is leading efforts to found a new Catholic college in Ireland, according to an Irish media report.
Students at Newman College Ireland “will be encouraged to learn the unity of truth, and to see the goodness, truth and beauty of creation, as well as the inviolable dignity of human life, which is threatened in our time by an eclipse of the sense of God,” according to its website.
The college pledges to “adhere fully” to Ex Corde Ecclesiae, Blessed John Paul II’s apostolic constitution on Catholic universities.
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