Department Chair: Dr. William Madges

As a grounding discipline for personal and professional aspirations of all sorts, theology offers curricular and co-curricular opportunities that helps students explore social issues, learn how to articulate their values and what matters most to them, and develop their gifts to offer the world, whatever their chosen profession. In the spirit of the Jesuits’ General Congregation 32, the faculty encourage students to “insert themselves in reality and reflect on it in order to become agents for change.” Critical thinking, social analysis, and cultivating relationships with those at the margins gives new eyes with which to see the world and helps one to be changed by what former Superior General of the Jesuits Pedro Arrupe called an “education that issues in justice.”


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