The School of Canon Law is an ecclesiastical faculty preparing students for licentiate and doctorate degrees authorized by the Apostolic See. The School is a community of students, faculty, and staff working together for the purpose of the study of canon law in service to the Catholic Church, with particular attention to the needs and opportunities of the Church in the United States. As of December 13, 2001, | More...
March 11-12, 2016
Four Presentations on Procedural and Substantive Issues as well as General Discussion Session.
The Columbus School of Law
at the Catholic University of America
New Canon Law Degree Program
The Masters in Church Administration (M.C.A.) degree is a one-year residential program providing graduate education for curial and parochial officials engaged in a wide variety of ministries in the diocese other than Canonical Affairs or the Diocesan Tribunal. | More...
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Monsignor Ronny Jenkins, a priest of the Diocese of Austin and currently General Secretary, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) | More
William L. Daniel, son of John and Claudia, was born in 1980 near Madison, WI. He received a B.A. in Philosophy from St. Mary's University of Minnesota in Winona, MN in 2002. He and his | More
The Institute on
Matrimonial Tribunal Practice
June 13-24, 2016
Summer Schedule of Classes