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The Amazing Humanities Dept. that was Shut Down After Too Many Students Converted to Catholicism |

This is crazy! FOCUS missionary Ethan Stueve recently tweeted about an amazing story: in the 1970s there used to be a humanities program at the …
@Dr Bobus What are your thoughts on why the program was closed as well as the future of humanities programs in American Universities? Thanks.
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Some of us were taking classes from Quinn, Nelick, and Senior before the creation of the Pearson humanities program. That includes Bob Carlson, married with three children, who followed Senior down from the University of Wyoming.

Four of us, not including Carlson, looking for a monastery with Latin liturgy, heard about the monastery of Fontgonbault and went …More
There are some errors in the article

Some of us were taking classes from Quinn, Nelick, and Senior before the creation of the Pearson humanities program. That includes Bob Carlson, married with three children, who followed Senior down from the University of Wyoming.

Four of us, not including Carlson, looking for a monastery with Latin liturgy, heard about the monastery of Fontgonbault and went to France to visit it, remaining there about seven months. That began the relationship between KU and monastery. Each year about 4 students or graduates would spend six months at the monastery. About 10 stayed and took final vows.

About 20 years ago around a dozen monks left France and started a foundation in Northeast Oklahoma, Clear Creek.

The Abbot, Dom Anderson, went to KU for two years in the Pearson program then spent two years in the Marine Corps, after which he spent some time at the monastery in France, then entered the novitiate
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Masons behind this
Masons behind what?
Satan's minions will tolerate anything but except the real Catholic faith