In one such letter, a copy of which was sent to The Ave Herald, a professor and department chair writes about how his efforts to prepare students better for class sessions and tests “are undermined by an unwritten understanding that the faculty will assign grades within a certain range so as to maximize retention. This […]
Wilkinson, a 2002 chemistry graduate of St. Vincent College in Unity, was a laboratory manager and work-study coordinator at the college. Wilkinson taught chemistry labs for the Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing, where she had worked for approximately 10 years, the college said in a statement.
An activist who runs a priest-abuse website that learned of the accusations months before the arrest accused Bishop Mark L. Bartchak and his predecessor, Bishop Joseph V. Adamec, of looking the other way for years. – New York Times [Webmaster’s Note: Did Bishop Mark Bartchak also turn a blind eye to accusations of sexual misconduct […]
Retired Milwaukee Archbishop Rembert Weakland, a once-towering figure who diminished his legacy by his handling of the clergy sexual abuse crisis in southeastern Wisconsin and his own sex scandal, is returning in old age to the Benedictine abbey where he began his religious life more than 70 years ago.
Mark Gruber, once a nationally acclaimed retreat leader and popular professor at Saint Vincent College, has been dismissed from priestly ministry by the Vatican, which also dissolved his vows as a Benedictine monk.
On July 29, 2013, Rev. Mark Gruber received a copy of the decree of the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith (CDF) notifying him of the penalty of his dismissal from the clerical state and dispensing him from his monastic vows. The decree of the CDF is the conclusion of a series of related […]
Within thirty (30) days of graduation day, a professionally printed 8 1/2″ X ll” individual four page flier, picturing well and describing in detail the achievements of a particular “Hall of Famer”, will be mailed to every corporate and labor executive, every benefactor, every sponsors, and every interested individual, associated with The New Direction, Inc., […]
“I thought it might be nice to establish a college scholarship program for kids who fall into these cracks,“ he said. Hemmerling talked to his superiors, who suggested St. Vincent as an ideal place to start such a program. Hemmerling, who would never heard of St. Vincent or Latrobe, drove to the college with $35 […]
In the days leading up to Pope Benedict XVI’s Feb. 28 resignation, Italian media were rife with reports of a “gay lobby” influencing papal decision-making and Vatican policy through blackmail, and suggestions that the scandal had led in part to Benedict’s decision to resign.