What is it like to be not-Catholic at Catholic University?

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John McCarthy on August 17th, 2011:

Sometimes it can be hard to not be a person of faith, but then again, everyone is generally pretty accepting. CUA is unique because it's one of the few schools that have a set ideology that is not up for discussion. For the most part, you forget people are about Catholicism as they are more about service. Giving back to the community is a huge part of CUA's identity. People focus more on living out their faith than shoving it down your throat. If you're a social progressive with a focus on community service, who cares who you pray to?

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