Loyola University Maryland

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The mission of the Catholic Studies Program is to foster engagement with Roman Catholic intellectual life in all its depth and breadth – e.g., material and spiritual, personal and social, moral and artistic, religious and secular, philosophical and theological – throughout all parts of the Loyola community (students, faculty, staff, and administrators).

CSP programs include:

  • The Catholic Studies Minor 
  • Lectures and Panel Discussions 
  • Film Series 
  • Cultural Immersion Programs 
  • Family Masses and Dinners 

Fall 2019 electives

  • CL225  Biographical Tales of the Bible
  • CL303 Ethics: Ancient, Modern, and Christian Approaches to Ethics
  • CL324 Seminar:Persecutions of Christians in Roman World
  • CL347 Jesus and the Gospels
  • EN365 Seminar: Chesterton, Lewis, Tolkien
  • HS395 Violence and Holiness in 20th Century El Salvador
  • HS475     Seminar:Persecutions of Christians in Roman World
  • TH215     Violence and Holiness in 20th Century El Salvador
  • TH216     Ignatius and the Jesuits: History and Spirituality
  • TH225 Biographical Tales of the Bible
  • TH303 Ethics: Ancient, Modern, and Christian Approaches
  • TH310 Ethics: Peace Ethics
  • TH316 Ethics: Catholic Spiritual Life in U.S.
  • TH329 Medieval Women Authors
  • TH347 Jesus and the Gospels
  • TH370 Liberation Theology: Roots, Branches, and Critiques