Really? Yikes. - Franciscan grad.
For argument's sake, I went to University of Dallas and I would pit it over TAC (where Erik went) and Christendom (where many of my friends went). TAC is a close second. The advantage I think UD has over most schools it doesn't just teach you an excellent curriculum and solid theology (which it does) it also teaches you how to be a good theologian and philosopher. I think it does an excellent job of not only educating, but also preparing students to interact positively with the world around them. Not to mention, I had the opportunity to go to daily Mass and class with wonderful Hungarian Cistercians. I can see the perks of going to a school with four years of great books, but many of graduates from TAC by necessity had to go on to more schooling- I read just as much with two years of core and two years of theology and history. What do you think John?
P.S. I should add that I've visited TAC and I attend Christendom graduate school- I respect it but it is a lot easier than my undergrad at UD was, and a lot less thorough, just to be honest.
Ah, and UST Catholic Studies?
And, just how does a poor, American student go about attending the Angelicum?
GhandianCatholic,Here is a link to show how to study at the Angelicum. It is remarkably inexpensive, as you will find if you explore the site below.http://philo.pust.op.org/dec/admission.htmlThe expensive part is living in Rome.-Another American student studying at the Angelicum.
Gandhian Catholic, I wrote up a bit about my application process here: http://givetongue.blogspot.com/ (it's a clean website, promise - it's a pun on a saint's relic) - you may or may not find that useful.Regards,-D
I never thought of it like that, but it really is true.
Wyoming Catholic College and Ave Maria are good, too.
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