Legatus Magazine September 2019

Archives / September 2019

Featured

Gerald Korson
A spotlight on three Catholic colleges growing to meet the needs of 21st-century students, while maintaining a steadfast Catholic character. MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Movies

Overcomer, opened in theaters Aug. 23, is about conquering life’s obstacles. Yet often the greatest roadblocks are not those externally, but those w MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Books

Are our public schools toxic? Although there remain many good teachers and administrators within the system, they are not the ones calling the shots. MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Featured

Judy Roberts
Legate Andrew Abela spent his first week as dean of Catholic University’s Busch School of Business asking each of the school’s senior staff questi MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Saints

Feast Day: September 17
St. Robert Bellarmine, a crucial Counter-Reformation figure, was an Italian Jesuit and cardinal who wrote two catechisms and advised five popes. MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Chaplains

Monsignor Charles Kosanke
History buff “immersed in the life of the church” and in love for Christ. Monsignor Charles Kosanke, the chaplain of Legatus’ Detroit Chapter, i MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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5 Minutes With

Brian Fraga
Pete Burak disses on sticking-points, strategies for helping youth love Christ and Catholicism. MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Culture of Life

Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk
We keep animals as pets, but we don’t do the same with humans. We use animals to make clothing and food, but we don’t do the same with humans. For MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Books

“The Church can learn from the Church of the past,” declares the title of the first chapter of this marvelous work. Using a keen lens to examine t MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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Chairman

Thomas Monaghan
It is of course the mission of our Catholic schools to provide an environment where the truths of the Church (along with the array of other academic d MORE
Sep 01, 2019
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