Colleges and Universities

Sisters who blazed trails in higher education preserve heritage, charisms of Catholic universities

When Catholic women religious launched colleges in the 19th and 20th centuries, they helped change the face of American higher education for a new generation. Now, they are addressing how to ensure that they have created a distinctive religious heritage that endures — even when they may not be around to nurture it.

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