Its the site of one of the most amazing and beautiful churches in the entire world, which i was able to take another trip to yesterday.
God Bless the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Well, i thought i should be a bit more helpful. The Campus itself is gorgeous. Im thinking about possibly doing grad school there. I don’t know too much about it academically, but i live in Northern VA so i know the area well. I absolutely love DC, although Catholic is on the east side, which you have to be careful in around night time. But its right next to the metro, so you’re into the heart of the city in 5 minutes. And DC is an amazing city.
are you asking because you’re thinking about school at CUA?
If you want a catholic school in DC, theres also Georgetown. Its a great school, too, but i know theres at least one liberal professor i keep hearing things about.
If you want some good info, check out www.americanpaist.com. Its an amazing blog, written by someone who attends CUA. He would probably be glad to give you some info. He’s certainly orthodox enough, as is Monsignor Rossi who is in charge of the Shrine.