Embark on a Rigorous and Engaging Intellectual Journey
The School of Theology and Religious Studies at The Catholic University of America leads undergraduates on rigorous and engaging intellectual journeys in theology and religious studies. We serve all University students on that quest, and we offer more extensive programs for students particularly interested in these studies. We do so in a hospitable, vibrant community that serves a crucial role at the heart of the University's Catholic mission.
Our internationally renowned faculty anchors our school's guidance of Catholic University students in rigorous liberal arts inquiry. The school's courses and programs challenge and broaden all our students' knowledge of theology and religious studies, and for those interested provide more in depth inquiry in these fields.
Our school aims to equip all undergraduates with critical skills in reading, writing, and speaking with regards to life's ultimate questions, questions whose answers saturate our everyday lives. For those interested in service to the Church through ministerial or academic work, our school provides undergraduates with a variety of programs to prepare them for such service.
Our school wholeheartedly embarks upon the search for truth in theology and religious studies that is supported by and in turn nourishes our University's Catholic identity. We trust in the complementarity of faith and reason, and the centrality of love in our school's mission.
Students and faculty pursue intellectual rigor communally. Inside and outside the classroom, the school aims to serve as a hospitable and supportive environment for all students involved in studying theology and religion. Our students are a particularly vibrant intellectual and social community.
Light the World
June 7-13, 2020, and July 21-16, 2020
Are you a high school student interested in getting a taste of the college experience? Live on campus, eat in dining halls, and travel to different locations around D.C., learning more about the intersection of faith and culture from professionals across all fields.
Why Study Theology in D.C.?
Catholic University’s location in Washington, D.C., means that it helps shape issues of the public moment. This is where theological thinking in the United States moves from the classroom to the culture.