List of The Catholic University of America people

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The following is a list of notable alumni of The Catholic University of America, the national university of Roman Catholic Church in the United States, located in Washington, D.C..

There are several names that could appear on this list twice, but will only appear in the area for which they are best known. For example, several in the Arts category could appear in more than one subcategory. Others could appear in several categories but have been relegated to one.

Alumni[edit]

Religion[edit]

Cardinals[edit]

Bishops[edit]

Beati and other Servants of God[edit]

Public service and politics[edit]

Federal[edit]

State[edit]

Local[edit]

Other (public service and politics)[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Business[edit]

Education[edit]

Law[edit]

Media[edit]

Science and engineering[edit]

Arts[edit]

Television[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Film[edit]

Other (arts)[edit]

Other[edit]

Faculty[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ Marguerite Thomas Williams
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  10. ^ Sullivan, Patricia (2006-05-06). "Professor and Inventor Theodore Litovitz". Washington Post. Retrieved 2013-11-13. 
  11. ^ Thomas C. Reeves. "Fulton J. Sheen, Catholic Champion". Retrieved 2013-08-09. 
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