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“He took utmost care and heed for his study. Not one word spoke he more than was necessary; And that was said with due formality and dignity And short and lively, and full of high morality. Filled with moral virtue was his speech; And gladly would he learn and gladly teach.” Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales

Week In Review: January 18th Ed.

Our students have returned, and so have our weekly updates!

And so it begins…

The return of the students also means the return of snap chat! To kick off the new year, we hosted a #RaiseTheRed competition via snap chat. Three lucky winners were awarded #RaiseTheRed t-shirts so they can continue to show their school spirit

O Come, O Come Emmanuel

The Roman Catholic Church has been singing the “O” Antiphons since at least the eighth century. They are the antiphons that accompany the Magnificat canticle of Evening Prayer from December 17-23. They are a magnificent theology that uses ancient biblical imagery drawn from the messianic hopes of the Old Testament to proclaim the coming Christ

Semester in Review 2016: Mind, Body, and Spirit

As our Fall semester has come to a close and our students are now home with their families, we want to recall some of our highlights. The Abbey is like a little village brimming with life and activity. We’re looking forward to Spring with an optimism that stems from all our wonderful Fall experiences!

How to Achieve Success in Sports and Life: An Interview with Dr. Bill Thierfelder

Have you ever thought about the fact that humans are so wired to play that we will pay to watch other people do it? This week on Homeschool Heartbeat, sports psychologist Dr. Bill Thierfelder explains why sports and competition are essential to who we are as human beings.

“Play is essential to who we are as

A Final Meditation for the Year of Mercy

By: Dr. Ronald Thomas, Jr.

Homecoming came to a close with the solemn Mass of Remembrance.

Do we take Mercy as seriously as God takes it? This is an important question to ask at the conclusion of a public event called “The Year of Mercy.” Seriousness will be

Week In Review: 24 Hour Theatre Project Edition

Photo Oct 15, 9 34 20 PM Ten years ago Mike Peveich approached Simon and Jill and asked about starting a uniquely challenging project. This year we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of The 24 Hour Theatre Project!

On 8 p.m. Friday night, 6 writers

Belmont Abbey College Rings New Gratitude Bell

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BELMONT, N.C. (October 6, 2016) – The sound of gratitude rang out from the heart of Belmont Abbey College’s campus at noon today during the dedication and blessing of its new Gratitude Bell. The dedication event

Gladly Blogged: Week in Review, September 20th Ed.

Abbey Spotlight 

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Name: Carli Albrecht
Class: Senior
Major: Business Management
Involved in: Abbey Ambassador, Abbey Players, BAC Bowling, The Crusader Newspaper, FOCUS, Oetgen Scholar.
“Belmont Abbey College has been a powerhouse for me, spiritually and intellectually. Words honestly cannot describe

Gladly Blogged: Week in Review, September 12th Edition

Abbey Spotlight 

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Name: Cory Martin
Class: Junior
Major: Motorsport Management with a minor in Business
Involved in: Hintemeyer, Ballroom Dancing Club, Lector at Mass
“Being a Catholic Motorsports fanatic, I felt the need to find a place where those two interests of mine can harmonize.

Gladly Blogged: Week In Review, September 2nd Ed.

Abbey Spotlight 

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Name: Peter Kobet
Class: Senior
Major: Business with a minor in English
Involved in: Student Mass Music Ministry, Praise & Worship, and Crusader Newspaper

“This place has been an excellent environment for me to grow as a person, but

Gladly Blogged, Week In Review August 29th Ed.

Abbey Spotlight 

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Name: Reilly Johnson

Class: Senior

Major: Psychology with a minor in Educational Studies

Involved in: Improv troupe, SAAC (student-athlete advisory committee), and the women’s lacrosse team

“My favorite thing about the Abbey is the community. I absolutely love all the friendships I’ve made.

The Abbey Difference: Our Faculty

For-Web They Teach, They Counsel, They Guide Experience the Belmont Abbey College difference by watching these intimate interviews with some of our best faculty. The faculty are why Belmont Abbey College is one of the top Catholic Liberal Arts colleges in the country. They teach, they counsel,

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