CNA Newsroom What’s it like to be Catholic at Harvard?

Students at Sunday Mass at St. Paul's in Harvard Square Students attend Sunday Mass at St. Paul Parish in Harvard Square. / John Ortega

Last month, Harvard University’s more than 40 chaplains elected an atheist, humanist as “chief chaplain.”

We talk with one of Harvard’s Catholic chaplains about the appointment, and how the Harvard Catholic Center evangelizes a demographic that increasingly identifies as non-religious.

A student and recent Harvard alum talk about living their faith on campus.

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