Credible Witness – Jean François Millet by Heather King

Reprinted from Magnificat (www.magnificat.com) Credible Witnesses: Jean François Millet By Heather King Jean-François Millet (1814-1875), “the painter of peasants,” poured his love for the simple laborers of the French countryside into such works as The Sower, The...

Great Conversion Stories – John Nguyen Huu Cau by John Janaro (’85)

John Janaro is an alum (class of '85) and associate professor emeritus of theology at Christendom College, and author of Never Give Up: My Life and God’s Mercy (Servant). He blogs at www.johnjanaro.com John Nguyễn Hữu Cầu On March 22, 2014, a Vietnamese political...

2019 St. Pius X Award Winner

The St. Pius X Award honors alumni who have truly taken on the mission of the College to "restore all things in Christ."  The Alumni Advisory Council proudly presents this year's award to Fr. Francis Peffley, a member of the class of 1986 and a priest of the Arlington...

Christendom Alumni Celebrate Growing Alumni Giving Rate

Photo: Alumni gathered at 2 Silos Brewing Company, Manassas, VA to celebrate Giving Day 2019 (photo courtesy of Gio Greco Hudson '96) Our alumni family gave a total of over $400,000 to support our alma mater by the close of Christendom’s 2018-2019 fiscal year on June...

Great Conversion Stories – F. Schumacher by John Janaro (’85)

John Janaro is an alum (class of '85) and associate professor emeritus of theology at Christendom College, and author of Never Give Up: My Life and God’s Mercy (Servant). He blogs at www.johnjanaro.com Ernst Friedrich (“Fritz”) Schumacher The phrase “small is...