Meet our Theology/Religion Department

The Theology Department pursues the challenge of educational ministry as outlined in the Bishop’s documents DOCTRINAL ELEMENTS OF A CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK and TO TEACH AS JESUS DID.

First: To teach the message of Jesus and his Church, nurturing a faith that leads to good works;
Second: To develop a community of believers who know their self-worth and the value of all people;
Third: To promote a ministry of service to the family, school, parish, city, and global communities.

Our curriculum is rooted in scripture, developed through tradition and sacrament, and applied through Christian relationships and the basics of Catholic social teaching.

Our ministry to spiritual needs includes: opportunities for prayer, the sacraments, counseling, service, and spiritual growth.

Emily Comfort

262-632-2785 ext. 306
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Sara Aguila

262-632-2785 ext. 329
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Richard Hagopian ‘98

262-632-2785 ext. 433
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Daniel O’Connell

262-632-2785 ext. 314
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Fr. Bill Stout, OFM

Campus Minister
262-632-2785 ext. 402
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COURSE OFFERINGS


 

High School Courses

Introduction to Theology
Hebrew Scriptures
New Testament
Justice and Peace
Personal Morality
Preaching Practicum
World Religions

Middle School Courses

Religion—7th Grade
Religion—8th Grade

 

Please refer to our High School Course Selection Guide or Middle School Course Selection Guide for detailed information about each course, including a description, prerequisites, and the grade levels for which each course is offered.