"Faithful" colleges support and encourage vocations to religious life

The Cardinal Newman Society's "The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College" reports that some faithful colleges do an excellent job of helping to guide young persons considering religious vocations. Some colleges particularly mentioned in a recent Catholic.org article are:
  • Thomas Aquinas College - with over 11% of its student graduates seeking religious life since its founding in 1971
  • Magdalen College  - close behind with 10% in 35 years of existence.
  • Other successful academic institutions are Christendom College , the Franciscan University of Steubenville and Ave Maria University.
The report states that many young people are wanting "to do God's will" and will find a culturally supportive atmosphere and many valuable programs at the above mentioned 'faithful' colleges.

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