Holy Spirit seeks to educate and to form students who, as leaders in professional and civic life, will live by the highest intellectual and ethical standards. In service of this goal, Holy Spirit endeavors to create an environment in which integrated learning is a shared responsibility. Shared responsibility for the life and governance of the College should lead all its members to make the best of their own talents, to work together, to be sensitive to one another, to serve others, and to seek justice within and beyond the Holy Spirit community.
An ecclesiastical theological faculty, founded at the direct request of Pope St. John Paul II.
Impacting culture for Christ through media, business and theology.
A distance-learning education institute, providing courses in religious education, catechesis, philosophy and theology.
A nonprofit Catholic university committed to the service of truth since 1808.
A new initiative in Catholic higher education for Ireland.
Formerly College of St. Mary Magdalen (Magdalen College), seeking to serve her students, their families, the Church, and society by providing a premier Catholic, Great Books, liberal arts education that is faithful to the magisterium and rooted in a vibrant liturgical and sacramental culture.
Providing a vibrantly Catholic post-secondary liberal arts education under the mantle of our Lady, Seat of Wisdom.
A graduate, theological, pontifical institute, devoted to the study of the truth about the human person.
Forming future priests according to the Heart of Christ for the Archdiocese of Detroit and for dioceses nationally and internationally.
Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology is North America's largest Catholic seminary focused on preparing men of all ages for priesthood.
School of the Annunciation is an Ex Corde Ecclesiae Catholic institute of higher education located on the grounds of Buckfast (Benedictine) Abbey.
Forming priests to be shepherds after the heart of Jesus Christ.
First Benedictine college in the United States, striving to embody the ideals and character of the fifteen-hundred-year-old heritage of Benedictine education and scholarship since 1846.