Engaging your faith on both an intellectual and practical level has never been easier!
In addition to our own formation programs, the CIC also partners with a variety of unique organizations in order to promote quality Catholic formation wherever it may be found. This cooperation with other programs is another important expression of the CIC’s commitment to providing Catholic professionals with the resources they need to live their lives of faith to the fullest.
UD Studies in Catholic Faith and Culture
The Person: Tradition and History
The best University of Dallas professors and an onsite facilitator will guide you through important concepts and texts.
Classes are held Monday nights from 6:00pm-8:30pm and include dinner and supplies.
The Person: Tradition & History will focus on the Catholic Church’s ancient historical and spiritual roots, beginning with Judaism, whose tradition of wisdom, prayer, doctrine, and worship has profoundly shaped Catholicism.The best UD professors and our onsite facilitator will guide you through these important concepts and texts.
Registration closes at midnight on Sunday, March 8th. Below are the session dates for the Spring 2020 course.
- Monday, March 9, 16, 23, 30
- Monday, April 6, 20, 27
- Monday, May 4, 11, 18
“I’m finding the course really intellectually stimulating, but more importantly it has helped me explore literature, science, philosophy and society through the lens of my faith. I have only attended public schools and universities, so that’s kind of a new experience for me. The videos are great, and the discussions are lively. Plus it has been nice to get to know other Catholics with similar interests, since I don’t have many Catholic friends.”Fall 2018 Course 1 Participant
“I have thoroughly enjoyed the Studies in Catholic Faith and Culture program at the CIC. The course materials provide a unique insight into the shared faith among participating faculty members at University of Dallas; the prepared questions facilitate great discussion among all participants in the program; and the hosting institution and facilitator provide the appropriate professional and enthusiastic support in guiding attendees to make themost of their time in the program.”Fall 2018, Participant
“The program allowed me to grow intellectually and spiritually. Both the videos and the small group discussions were helpful in thinking through how our faith and our culture are connected.”Fall 2018, Participant
Cultivating Catholic Professionals for Lives of Virtuous Leadership
A year-long program of intellectual and spiritual seriousness, the Leonine Forum educates men and women in the core tenets of the Social Teaching of the Church and its practical application.