Pope Francis meets Georgetown faculty and students in international conference on religious freedom

On Dec. 14, six Georgetown students, professors and staff members had the opportunity to meet Pope Francis. They were attending an international conference on religious freedom organized and sponsored by Georgetown’s Religious Freedom Project, part of the Berkley Center for… Read More

Comments of the Week: Godwin’s Law, Vox edition

Last week, Vox looked on in terror as William Blatty‘s (COL ’50) petition against Georgetown’s Catholic identity made it all the way to Pope Francis, looked on as the McCourt School of Public Policy was officially celebrated with formal ceremonies, and sat… Read More

Georgetown’s canon lawsuit finally reaches Pope Francis

On October 4, the complaint that William Peter Blatty (COL ’50) filed against Georgetown in May 2013 was submitted for review to Pope Francis I. According to the Father King Society to Make Georgetown Honest, Catholic and Better, the organization Blatty created after… Read More