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We pray and share fellowship together. Most of us teach. Some of us even teach together. Many of us write and edit. We often collaborate. All of us learn, together and apart, about God, the Church, and each other.

The College Theology Society was founded in 1954, inspired by a daring idea: college students deserve the very best in theological education. The idea translated into a professional society in which women and men, lay and religious, found common cause in their love of theology, both as scholars and teachers. 

The fruits of the founders' labors are evident in the Society today where ongoing explorations of theological and religious questions occur in an atmosphere of inclusive hospitality and where the idea of teaching theology to college students remains a daring one.

All are welcome. Would you consider joining us?


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Two Opportunities in 2016

The Call for Papers for our 2016 Annual Meeting at Rockhurst University is now available!  Also, check out our exciting Rome Program 2016, offered in conjunction with the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas.

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The Fr. Sloyan Annual Fund

Collected: $4,856.00
Goal: $6,000.00

The Fr. Gerard S. Sloyan Annual Fund will allow the College Theology Society to honor Fr. Sloyan and to continue the Society's support for scholarship, pedagogy, and community in theology and religious studies.

Every gift, regardless of amount, will be gratefully accepted. All donations are tax-deductible, and provide the opportunity of honoring other members and supporters of the College Theology Society who have contributed in the past through their words and actions.

For more information, click here.

Scholarship - The Sloyan Fund will support us in remaining a center of accessible, collegial theological scholarship through our meetings and publications.

Pedagogy - The Fund will help us continue opportunities like workshops and symposia for our development as teachers of religious studies and theology.

Community - The Fund will sustain us into the future as a welcoming, diverse community of scholars, colleagues, and friends.

The College Theology Society is a registered, non-profit professional society and a Related Scholarly Organization of the American Academy of Religion.

Email: secretary@collegetheology.org

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