Chicago Católico with Dr. Deborah Kanter

by Angelina Persaud, Staff Writer In honor of Hispanic heritage month, widely acclaimed author and professor emerita Deborah Kanter P.h.D led a virtual presentation on Mexican immigration and its profound impact on Chicago’s Roman Catholic parishes. The event was co-sponsored by multiple organizations including the religious studies department, the Manhattan College Diversity Council and Campus Ministry and Social Action.  Kanter is an emerita professor of … Continue reading Chicago Católico with Dr. Deborah Kanter

Manhattan College Talks Catholic Controversy: Church Sexual Abuse Panel

by August Kissel, Web Editor On Tuesday, Feb. 26, students and faculty alike gathered in the Alumni room of O’Malley Library. The occasion was a panel discussion titled “Sexual Abuse: A Project for Justice in the Church and Society” including Dr. Natalia Imperatori-Lee, Father Tom Franks, and Brother Jack Curran, and moderated by Prof. Heidi Fury. This was the second event of the annual Peace and Justice … Continue reading Manhattan College Talks Catholic Controversy: Church Sexual Abuse Panel