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The Theology Department embraces Jesus’ command to teach “all that I have commanded” and seeks to engage students in the authentic life, teaching, and tradition of the Catholic faith. Each course develops an understanding and appreciation of the richness of Catholic teaching while preparing students to live as Catholic Christians in society today. The Theology Department recognizes that not all STM students are from the Catholic tradition and invites all students to reflect on various faith and religious practices.

Students will:

  • Receive an overview of the basics of the Roman Catholic faith
  • Be encouraged to contemplate the traditions of the Catholic Church as they grow in their own faith as teenagers and young adults
  • Examine theology through the study of the Creed, sacraments,  Scripture, prayer, morality, social justice, the Church, the nature of the human person, and other religious traditions
  • Develop an understanding of the standards of human behavior established by God and taught by the Catholic Church
  • Explore the different religious traditions of the world


  • Scripture & Interpretation
  • Church History & Tradition
  • Personal Morality & Social Justice
  • Christian Bioethics
  • Philosophy
  • World Religions

Questions about our Theology curriculum?

Jed Wardecke
Campus Minister & Theology Teacher
(414) 481-8370 x143

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