The University of St. Thomas

Center for Catholic Studies

Center for Catholic Studies

Department of Catholic Studies
Explore the curricular opportunities from the Department of Catholic Studies in the College of Arts and sciences, including degree and course offerings.
John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought
Explore contemporary issues from the perspective of Catholic social tradition through international conferences, seminars and other initiatives sponsored by the institute.
Terrence J. Murphy Institute
Explore the interaction between law and Catholic thought on topics ranging from workers' rights to criminal law to marriage and family.
Joseph & Edith Habiger Institute for Catholic Leadership
The Habiger Institute offers a unique context for leadership formation in which students participate in and contribute to an integrated vision of faith, character, and academics.
Programs, Lectures, and Seminars
The Center for Catholic Studies sponsors a wide variety of programs through its various institutes and endowments, including conferences, lectures, seminars, and scholarships.
Listings of job openings, volunteer opportunities, housing and more
20th Anniversary Gala
Catholic Studies Gala

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Buisiness as an Agent for Social Change: Social Entrepreneurship, Benefit Corporation, Curing Poverty Begins: April 24, 2014

You are cordially invited to a two-part symposium from the Higher Calling Series on Business as an Agent for Social Change: Social Entrepreneurship; Benefit Corporation; Curing Poverty

2014 Ultimate Frisbee Tournament Begins: May 10, 2014

Come join us at the Football field for an afternoon of Ultimate and barbecue

Catholic Studies Banquet Begins: May 12, 2014

An end-of-year Mass and banquet for Catholic Studies Master and Undergrad Students and Staff

Masters' Essay Presentations Begins: May 19, 2014

Come listen to our CSMA graduates present their essays