Our Philosophy

“Every education teaches a philosophy; if not by dogma then by suggestion, by implication, by atmosphere. Every part of that education has a connection with every other part. If it does not all combine to convey some general view of life, it is not education at all.”
G. K. Chesterton
“The Completeness of a Catholic Education,” 1930

We are currently writing our philosophy of Catholic education, and anticipate releasing the final document in the fall. Contributors to this document include the following scholars:

  • Jonathan Buttaci, Ph.D. (The Catholic University of America)
  • Leonard Franchi, Ph.D. (University of Glasgow)
  • Michael Hanby, Ph.D. (Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies of Marriage and Family)
  • R. Jared Staudt, Ph.D. (Augustine Institute)
  • Jem Sullivan, Ph.D. (The Catholic University of America)
  • Ryan N.S. Topping, D.Phil. (Newman Theological College)