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The Online Studies Program
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The Residential Summer Sessions
These two-week sessions allow the scholar to experience collegiate life through residential community and daily worship in the chapel.
The Liturgy is where time and eternity meet. The weekly cycle of the Office, highlighted by daily celebration of the Holy Eucharist, is the heart of priestly formation.
In the chapel, vocations are tested, the religious experience is deepened, and the discipline of prayer is observed. The College maintains that theology cannot be understood through lectures and literature alone. Understanding is reached through immersion in the Liturgy and worship, as well as formal study, deepening and enriching understanding of the Christian tradition. Holy Days, Ferial Masses, and Sunday celebrations incarnate the classical Christian worship of the Western tradition. Students coordinate the Daily Offices with appropriate Eucharistic celebrations. They learn how liturgy is structured and how the tradition of the Western Church has developed over the centuries.
The Liturgy of the Church does not exist as an end in itself, but through the observance of classical Anglican Liturgy, the student is deeply nourished by the Word of God spoken in the Scriptural readings of the Daily Office and the Holy Eucharist. We believe that the Liturgy of the Church is our participation in the Heavenly Liturgy offered by Christ.
Summer Session classes provide an overview of the seminary program for men testing their vocations to the priesthood. The students form a network of colleagues that will be a future source of encouragement and advice, an invaluable support system through their years of ministry.
These two programs, the Online Studies Program (September – May) and the Residential Summer Session* (usually July) are open to:
The Rt. Rev. Donald Ashman, Provost
Please contact us for Admission requirements and scholarships.
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