STUDIES IN CATHOLIC FAITH & CULTURE

The Studies in Catholic Faith and Culture Program seeks to enrich the lives of Catholics by providing an intellectual formation that encompasses the breadth and depth of human culture.  It explores the history, traditions, and works that have shaped the Catholic inheritance, resulting in a deeply Christian portrait of the human person.

BUILD YOUR COMMUNITY

Through dialogue and a common engagement in higher-level study made accessible, the program fosters the growth of local Catholic communities and prepares their members for more thoughtful and effective participation in family, Church, and culture.

See samples of our videos below!

START A CATHOLIC FAITH & CULTURE COHORT

We are partnering with alumni, friends, parishes and Newman Centers

to make this program available to their local communities. 

Once a week, members engage in a study of our faith 

that goes beyond preliminary catechesis and extends across the Liberal Arts--

philosophy, literature, fine arts and even political science.

UD professors will guide you through important concepts and texts.  

Through this participation in Catholic higher education, you will think more profoundly 

about the Catholic faith and discuss these ideas with other members of your community.

EACH COURSE MEETS ONCE A WEEK FOR A TOTAL OF FIVE OR TEN WEEKS
TYPICAL EVENING:
7:00 TO 8:30 P.M.

1) Casual dinner/wine and cheese at 7:00 p.m.
2) 30- to 40-minute video presentation
3) 20- to 30-minute discussion

Alternative schedules can be created to suit 

the needs of the participants.

ABOUT US

The  Studies in Catholic Faith and Culture Program is an initiative of the Liberal Learning for Life program, which aims to form the minds, inspire the hearts, and help build communities of learners among alumni and friends of the University of Dallas.

1845 E. Northgate Drive

Irving, TX 75062

972.265.5785

faithandculture@udallas.edu

"Perfect friendship is the friendship of those who are good and alike in virtue....Without friends no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods."

Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics VIII

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