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Catholic Studies at Aquinas College

Acclaim

See what prominent Catholic intellectuals are saying about Catholic Studies at Aquinas College:

headshot of a man Aquinas College’s Catholic Studies Program is a cause for rejoicing. What a great opportunity for Aquinas’ students to be deeply immersed in the Catholic tradition. - Ralph Martin

headshot of a man The Catholic Studies program at Aquinas College is committed to "a continuing reflection in the light of the Catholic faith upon the growing treasury of human knowledge" (Ex Corde Ecclesiae, §13.2). Its program embodies the vision of the Second Vatican Council, namely, "to order the whole of human culture to the news of salvation so that the knowledge the students gradually acquire of the world, life and man is illumined by faith (GRAVISSIMUM EDUCATIONIS, Declaration on Christian Education, §8). - Eduardo Echeverria

headshot of a man The Catholic Studies program at Aquinas College is a beacon of the good, the true and the beautiful in the fogs of today's academy. I hope that it will continue to shine forth the triune power of virtue, reason and creativity to new generations of students. - Joseph Pearce  

headshot of a woman I am proud to support the work Dr. Pinheiro and his colleagues are doing with the Catholic Studies program at Aquinas College, which fills a vital need in putting students into contact with the Catholic intellectual tradition. In showing what it means to think with the Church, they pass on historical, ethical, and spiritual knowledge that will help students excel in whatever career they may pursue. - Dawn Eden  

headshot of a man speaking into a microphone Following the college's namesake who taught wisdom as the aim of education, Aquinas College is at her best in the Catholic Studies Minor.  Both on campus and in the Eternal city of Rome, students at Aquinas have the opportunity to rub shoulders with the finest Catholic minds who have ever lived, moved and had their being. - Duncan Stroik