Valentine’s Day! Catholic Universities! Lent! Oh My!

Exciting things are happening at Daily Theology this week. We hope that you check them out!

5002428_thumbnail1-246x300Sweets to the sweet:

Tomorrow, as you all know, is St. Valentine’s Day. (Of course, it is also the Feast of Sts. Cyril and Methodious….but that’s a different story). If you find yourself struggling in the ways of love and faith, we suggest checking out our post tomorrow. It is sure to help all of those who need a bit of a mid-winter pick-me-up.

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Blessed are those who hunger for the fishes!

Impromptu Shark Week!  (Or should we say: Left Shark Improv?):

What is, or should be, Catholic higher education?

In light of the recent news about University of Notre Dame’s potential curriculum changes, we have decided to spend some time to reflect on the identity and mission of Catholic colleges and universities in the United States. We will begin this Shark week on Sunday February 15 and feature a daily post from authors Kevin Ahern, Brian Flanagan, Katherine Greiner, and Amanda Osheim.

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Brace yourselves: Lent is Coming:

This Wednesday, as you hopefully know, is Ash Wednesday. We will begin our Lenten blog series with a post from Meg Stapleton Smith. Tune in on the Sundays of Lent for weekly Lenten reflections by our regular contributors and several exciting guest bloggers as well!

 

 

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