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5K – Act to Stop Sexual Violence is April 16

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and this 5K race is an Act to Stop Sexual Violence. Community members and the CU campus are welcome to participate in this event. Check in at Stapp Hall. Starts at Campbellsville University’s Stapp Lawn at 6:30 p.m. Registration is free for faculty, staff and employees and $7 for […]

Welcome to CU’s New Website! Check Out the New Features!

Welcome to Campbellsville University’s new website! Some of our newest areas include: New homepage! New Search! Faculty/Staff Search! Current Student Menu! Live Chat! Event Menu! Virtual Tour! and more! Please take a look around and leave us feedback in the Feedback area pop-up. Here’s a video of just some of things mentioned above:   Get […]

Religion in Brazil’s Free Market of Faith

Maria Enedina Lima Bezerra Chapel Address January 28, 2009 When one thinks of Brazil in terms of religious affiliation, one probably thinks most Brazilians are Catholic. Brazil is indeed known for being a Catholic country. But how Catholic is Brazil today? Are there other religions thriving in Brazil? What are these religions? These are some […]

Postscript

The 400th Anniversary of Baptist beginnings in 2009 drew the attention of Christendom early in the year and Campbellsville University was no exception. The event was celebrated on-campus with guest lectures and a concert, and at our Louisville campus with a symposium on Baptist heritage. Like Magellan’s ship Victoria sailing around the world, Baptists have […]