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Theology Department

Department Highlights

  • New electives have been added in Authentic Femininity and Ecumenism and Inter-religious Dialogue.
  • The Mission Trip, that takes place every summer, is a good way for students to extend their service work to other parts of the country.
  • Campus Ministry meets daily and helps to prepare liturgies. 
  • Senior Marriage Proposals give the students a chance to experience some of the difficulties with relationships. 
  • Every year the freshman gather for the Freshman Retreat Day and it is a way for them to be welcomed into the ND family and bond with each other. 
  • Sophomore Retreat Day is a continuance of the Freshman Retreat Day and follows the same concept.
  • Emmaus Retreat (Juniors) is a good way for the juniors to continue on their spiritual road and grow as a class. 
  • TEC (Juniors and Seniors) is offered through the River of Life TEC organization as another retreat option.
  • Kairos Retreat (Seniors) is the final retreat offered at ND and is a way for seniors to really open up to each other and bond as a class. 
  • Dual Credit Senior Theology is offered through SLU and transfers to other colleges as well. 
  • Glamorous Girls of God is offered for ND girls. It is a way for the young women of ND to grow in their relationship with God and learn how to be strong women in their faith.  The GGG attend a retreat in the Fall.
  • The Men's Club meets on the first Friday of each month and offers an opportunity of the ND men to strengthen their faith and their role and Christian men.


Theology II students at Notre Dame High School were assigned to make children's books explaining one of the Four Marks of the Church (One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic).  Groups consisted of editors, publishers, artists, and writers. 
Theology II
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