The Theology Department educates young men and women in the Catholic sacramental worldview and tradition in a challenging academic environment. Students discern their intrapersonal relationships with God and their neighbor and consider the moral rights and responsibilities that come with this relationship. The academic program includes an in-depth study of the life of Jesus and his mission, Scripture, tradition, Catholic social justice, morality, and world religions. The program informs our school community through active participation in service to others to build interpersonal relations in our surrounding communities and the liturgical life of the School.
The courses listed below represent the current offerings of our Theology Department. For full course descriptions, please refer to our ACADEMIC GUIDE.
THEOLOGY III: INTRODUCTION TO MORALITY
THEOLOGY IV: SOCIAL ACTION AND THE COMMON GOOD
Fifth and Sixth Form Electives
RELIGION AND CONFLICT
GRIEF AND LOSS
RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD