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, the Board of Trustees approved the re-establishment of the School of Canon Law as a separate ecclesiastical school of the University. | More...
Speaker: Professor Duncan Stroik
Open to the public
Thursday, October 30, 2014
His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke delivered the 11th Annual James H. Provost Memorial Lecture on March 20, 2014: Please click here to listen to the lecture
The School of Canon Law welcomes Sr. Nancy Bauer, O.S.B., of Saint Benedict’s Monastery, St. Joseph, Minnesota; and Fr. Anthony McLaughlin of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas…
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...
Masters in Church Administration
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Summer 2014 Schedule of Classes:
Session One: June 2-27
Exam: June 26-27
Session Two: July 1-29
Exam: July 28-29
July 30, 2014