The courses in Theology seek to engage both the mind and hearts of students. In the words of Blessed Basil Moreau, "We want to let our students try their learning in the world and so make prayers of their education." As such, the courses will prayerfully and thoughtfully explore Scripture, Tradition, and our student's own experience. The goals of these courses then include not only gaining a working academic knowledge of theology, but more importantly, developing the capacity to engage this knowledge in order to grow in relationship and understanding of our God. The curriculum is Christocentric in nature, which means each of the courses has a specific focus on Jesus Christ and is composed of a four year, eight semester catechetical development where each course builds on the foundation of the previous course.
Four credits of Theology are required for graduation. These must be taken each year a student is enrolled. For more details, please consult the Course Guide.
- Theology I - The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture - 0.5 credit
- Theology I - Who is Jesus Christ? (Christology) - 0.5 credit
- Theology II - The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery) - 0.5 credit
- Theology II - Jesus Christ's Mission Continues in the Church - 0.5 credit
- Theology III - Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ - 0.5 credit
- Theology III - Life in Jesus Christ (Christian Morality) - 0.5 credit
- Theology IV - Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society - 0.5 credit
- Theology IV - Responding to the Call of Jesus - 0.5 credit