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Catholic Seminar

CAT 101 

Divine Office/History of the Liturgy/Pre-Science 

(1 credit)

In the Catholic Seminar, students study, engage, and debate various issues of current importance in the Church.  Catholic Seminar 101 addresses the practical matters of The Divine Office, studies the historical development of the Catholic liturgy, and prepares the student for the liberal arts design of the curriculum by examining the presuppositions of modern science and its connections to every area of learning.

CAT 201

Apologetics and Externals of the Faith

(1 credit)

In the Catholic Seminar, students study, engage, and debate various issues of current importance in the Church.  Catholic Seminar 201 addresses the Externals of the Catholic faith, vocations and apologetics, and explores the exercise of Tradition.

CAT 401

Catholic Literature II

(1 credit)

In the Catholic Seminar, students study, engage, and debate various issues of current importance in the Church. CAT 401 gives the student the opportunity to continue the studies from CAT 301 in a more in-depth manner. Various Catholic authors are explored, as well as their influence on the culture and the faith.

MUS 102/CAT 102 

Music History II (1 credit)

Surveys many of the musical works – mostly by listening – that are not covered in Music History I, III, or IV. 

CAT 301

Catholic Literature I

(3 credits)

In the Catholic Seminar, students study, engage, and debate various issues of current importance in the Church. Catholic Seminar 301 examines the place that Catholic literature has played in a wider cultural context, and explores many of the themes of great Catholic authors.

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