If you don’t address cultural prejudice and ignorance on your campus, you are not innocent of blame when hate crimes happen: you are complicit.
Catholics need to retrain themselves to take some of the burden off of their clergy to deal with problems that are not in their training and not part of their job description.
April is both Sexual Assault Awareness month and Child Abuse Prevention month. As a Catholic community, reflecting upon what we can all do in order […]
Catholic, conservative women often take their voting rights for granted. Some see it merely as a doubling of the ‘family vote.’ The idea that they […]
For several months, the volunteers of Dinah’s Voice/CASC have been repeatedly criticized by those who disagree with our goals or dislike our approach. Among other […]
Today starts our novena to St. Mary MacKillop. For those of you who (like me) have never heard of her, here’s a brief introduction through […]
There are invisible victims of rape and other forms of sexual violence that get little care or notice: the families and friends of survivors. After […]
We are happy to see that the President of the Board of Directors Mrs. Donna Bethell of the Christendom Board of Directors recognizes that the Title IX […]
The Christendom Advocacy & Support Coalition would like to personally thank Mr. Ken Ferguson for the school’s public apology to those women in the Christendom […]