- Religious Studies
0.5 Credit Level 2 NCAA
The purpose of this one semester course is to offer students the opportunity to examine non-Christian religious traditions. The course begins with an in-depth historical approach to the Roman Catholic Church’s current teaching regarding non-Christian religions. This course helps the student appreciate the diverse world in which he lives as well as grow in respect for God’s work among all people. The course aims to deepen the student’s understanding of Catholicism, the dimensions of faith that are common to all humanity, and the elements of individual faith traditions that are unique. The course involves readings, lectures and reflection papers.
Requirements for placement: juniors who have completed the Christian Doctrine course or senior status