Msgr James Doyle to be honored with dedication at USD
As chairperson of religious studies at USD from 1967-1979, Doyle was twice voted outstanding teacher of the year by students at The U. Additionally, he is a recipient of the USD Distinguished Service Award, an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters and a member of the South Dakota Hall of Fame having served USD and Catholic parishes across the state with great distinction. Doyle, a Fulbright Scholar from Lennox, S.D., endowed a Humanities Teaching Prize in the College of Arts and Sciences following inspiration from Cardinal John Henry Newman’s “The Idea of a University.” Newman Centers across the United States are named for the former Cardinal, including the facility at USD.
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