2018 Winter Syllabi
|CH 762||History of Catholicism in the United States|
|CL 761||Sacramental and Ecumenicla Law|
|FE 615||Formal Cultural/Language Orientation II|
|HOM 771||Preaching Practicum|
|HOM 872||Preaching Internship|
Liturgical Music for Celebrants
|LS 652||Christian Initiation|
Worship Practicum II
|PM 872||Penance Practicum|
|MT 531||Fundamental Moral Theology|
|MT 651||Sexual Ethics|
|SP 642||Spiritual Masters|
Pentateuch and Deuteronomic History
|SS 710||The Synoptic Gospels and Acts of the Apostles|
Pauline Literature and New Testament Epistles
Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue
|ST 862||Theology of Holy Orders|
|ST 721||Theological Anthropology and Eschatology|
|ST 842||Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick
|ST 990||Directed Study Christology|
|ST 752||Theology of Sacraments|
Effectiveness Of those who entered as seminarians from 2006-2011, 97% completed the M.Div. program of study. 6.7% were not ordained to the presbyterate and 97% of those ordained are active in priestly ministry. Graduates of the M.Div. program of studies from 2009 to 2015 had a cumulative GPA of 3.45.
The MA programs are open to men and women who wish to serve the Lord and His Church in a variety of ministries. Of the students enrolled in the MA programs in 2012, 57% have completed the program, 26% are continuing their studies and 17% are no longer active in the program. All of the graduates from 2009 to 2015 continue in some form of ministry. Their cumulative GPA is 3.39.
Of the 46 seminarians who entered the M.Div. program since 2010, 20 graduated, 10 are still active and 16 transferred or left.
Of the 38 who entered the M.Div. program since 2011, 12 graduated , 10 are still active and 16 transferred or left.
Of the 29 who entered the M.Div. program since 2012, 12 graduated, 9 are still active and 14 transferred or left. Of the eighteen seminarians who entered the MDiv. Program since 2013, seven graduated, eight are still active, and three left or transferred.
Fall 2013 – Winter 2017
44% are still active
17% did not return
Of the eighteen seminarians who entered the MDiv. Program since 2013, seven graduated, eight are still active, and three left or transferred.