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
Spring 2019 electives
- AH326D Crusades in Medieval Visual Culture
- CL246 Who is Jesus?
- CL303 Ethics: Ancient, Modern, and Christian Approaches to Ethics
- CL335 Introduction to the Theology of St. Augustine
- HS305 The Later Middle Ages
- TH216 Ignatius & the Jesuits: History and Spirituality
- TH220 The Catholic Church in the United States
- TH244 Forgiveness and Reconciliation
- TH246 Who is Jesus?
- TH269 Theology and Literature
- TH303 Ethics: Ancient, Modern, and Christian Approaches to Ethics
- TH335 Introduction to the Theology of St. Augustine
- TH366 Catholic Theology in Modernity
- TH385 The Theological and Religious in International Cinema