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    STEUBENVILLE, OH—"The search for beauty is the search for home—a place where you can be at home with yourself and others. But particularly, a place where you belong," said Roger Scruton during his talk, "Beauty and Desecration," given at the Power of Beauty Conference.
    IconCelebrating the Catholic University
    STEUBENVILLE, OHIO—Those who participate in that "great endeavor known as the Catholic university" know that they do so in response to Jesus' Great Commission to make disciples of all, explained Father Sean O. Sheridan, TOR, president of Franciscan University of Steubenville, in opening the November 14-15 "Academic Freedom and Revealed Truth" symposium.
    IconFranciscan Named 'Best Value' Again
    STEUBENVILLE, OH—For the fourth consecutive year, Franciscan University of Steubenville has been named to the Kiplinger's Personal Finance list of 100 best values in Private Universities. The 2015 ranking cites four-year private institutions that combine outstanding academics with affordable cost.

    IconHouseholds 40th Anniversary Events!

    STEUBENVILLE, OH—Marking the 40th anniversary of faith households, Franciscan University of Steubenville held a special Household Life Mass on December 5, 2014, to kick off a year of celebrations. In his homily, Father Gregory Plow, TOR, director of pastoral ministry for Residence Life, explained the scriptural significance of the 40th anniversary, saying that throughout the Bible, many periods of trial or testing, or of accomplishing some major part of God’s plan, last 40 years. 


    IconEncounter: Milwaukee

    STEUBENVILLE, OH—Hundreds of Catholic young adults will encounter the love of Christ in a new way at Encounter Milwaukee on Saturday, November 8. The one-day conference is organized by the Franciscan University of Steubenville Christian Outreach Office and Arise Missions of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
    IconChristian Art Exhibit
    STEUBENVILLE, OH—Selected works from the One Faith: East and West, an international art exhibition featuring contemporary artists working in the Christian tradition, will be on display in Franciscan University's Tony and Nina Gentile Gallery, J.C. Williams Center for the month of October.
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