Intellectual Formation

Faith & Service

Intellectual Formation

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The study of God and its application to our lives is an essential element to our Catholic Tradition.  Students continue their faith formation through the six core courses that we offer.  Freshman year students have two semesters of theology while sophomores, juniors and seniors each have one semester.  During their junior or senior year, students are expected to take a course in Social Justice.
 
In our theology courses we cover Scripture, the sacraments, Church history, morality, social justice and other areas that help students to apply their faith to specific challenges they encounter today.
 
Spirituality and opportunities for prayer are incorporated into our theology courses to help the students to integrate what they are learning with their personal relationship with God.
 
Juniors and seniors also have the ability to become mentors for the freshman and sophomore classes.  They assist with class retreats and, more importantly, exemplify what it means to be a young Christian disciple. 
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