In Canterbury's Theology Department, you'll engage in a comprehensive exploration of spiritual and ethical traditions within an intellectually stimulating setting. This journey invites you to explore your inner relationship with God and your fellow human beings, while contemplating the moral obligations that arise from these connections. Your academic experience will span diverse topics, including the study of the life of Jesus and other historical religious figures, sacred texts, social justice, morality, and world religions.
But your learning doesn't stop at intellectual understanding. You'll actively participate in community service, extending the lessons you've learned to foster meaningful relationships within the local community. Your involvement also enriches the spiritual and liturgical life of the school, empowering you to become a conscientious and compassionate individual.
To provide students with a foundational understanding of spiritual and ethical principles, fostering critical thinking, moral growth, and a sense of social responsibility and equipping students to navigate complex issues and contribute positively to society