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New Catholic college in Atlanta

Catholic World News - November 30, 2010

A Catholic college in Atlanta with a robust Catholic identity has opened its doors to undergraduates.

“We have an unequivocal commitment to teaching the truths of the faith,” said Gareth Genner, president of Holy Spirit College. “Students attracted to that will find a community that supports them.”

The college’s rector is Archbishop John Donoghue, the retired archbishop of Atlanta. The chancellor is Msgr. Edward Dillon, the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s former vicar general.

Southern Catholic College, another Catholic college located in the archdiocese, closed in April 2010.

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