A Matter of Habit: An interview with  Sr. Evelynn Reinke ’62 and Sr. Mary Claire Engbersen ’67

A Matter of Habit: An interview with Sr. Evelynn Reinke ’62 and Sr. Mary Claire Engbersen ’67

 Sr. Evelynn Reinke, SND, ’62 greeted me on the steps of St. Joseph Heights with a radiant smile on a beautiful late summer day. Since…

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Flawed, Yet First Rate:  an Interview with John Hagan ’67

Flawed, Yet First Rate: an Interview with John Hagan ’67

Villa Madonna College, in the 1960s, was a commuter college with the majority of students coming from the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati region. There were no…

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Family, Friendship, and VMC Memories:  An Interview with Lou Esselman ’81

Family, Friendship, and VMC Memories: An Interview with Lou Esselman ’81

Don’t let that graduation year fool you! Lou Esselman earned the majority of his undergraduate credits in the halls of VMC in Covington from 1961…

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The Remarkable  Sisters of St. Benedict

The Remarkable Sisters of St. Benedict

Founded by the Benedictine Order to train Catholic school teachers, Thomas More College and the Sisters have an intertwined history that began in 1921 in…

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Journey back

Journey back

  Thomas More College is an institution rich with history. From the years 1921–1968, the College, known then as Villa Madonna College, built the foundation…

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