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Faith, Reason, and Culture

  • Investigate the relationships among faith, reason, and culture - in global contexts.
  • Study Catholicism in dialogue with other Christian traditions and world religion.


»Primary Major
(30 credit hours)

»Secondary Major
(24 credit hours)

(18 credit hours)

»Certificate in Pastoral Studies
(12 credit hours)

»Combined Bachelor of Arts/Master of Arts

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Faith Engaging Culture

  • Investigate the intersection of theology and culture.
  • Study theology within the Augustinian tradition.
  • Synthesize the Augustinian ideal of unity, truth, and compassion.
  • Pursue theological inquiry from interdisciplinary perspectives.


»Doctor of Philosophy in Theology

»Master in Theological Studies
(48 Credit Hours)

»Master of Arts w/ Certificate in Pastoral Ministry
(42 Credit Hours)

»Master of Arts
(30 Credit Hours)

»Dual Master's Degrees
(42-60 Credit Hours)

»Other Joint Programs
(36-39 Credit Hours)

»Certificates in Theology and Ministry
(15-18 Credit Hours)

Welcome Vincent Lloyd

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Professor Lloyd will join our faculty in fall 2016. He comes to us from Syracuse University.

Welcome Massimo Faggioli

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Professor Faggioli will join the Department of Theology and Religious Studies in fall 2016.

Welcome Brett Grainger

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Professor Grainger joins the Department of Theology and Religious Studies in fall 2016. His areas of expertise are History of Christianity and Spirituality.

New Doctoral Program in Theology

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With a focus on faith engaging culture, the program will offer theological studies within the Catholic and Augustinian traditions.

Ilia Delio Published Book

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Making All Things New is the first volume in a new series unveiling the reality of catholicity and wholeness.

Paul Danove Published Book

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This work in biblical linguistics provides a refinement of the Case Frame Analysis method as applied to the Greek of the New Testament.