Our Catholic Faith

Our Catholic Faith

The light of the Catholic faith illuminates every aspect of life at UD, from social activities to clubs and organizations.

Serving the Church

University of Dallas alumni serve the Catholic Church in more than 30 states across the U.S.

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Faith in the Classroom

Courses at UD offer a dialogue of faith and reason combined with Catholic intellectual tradition.

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Serving the Community

The university connects students with opportunities to enrich the lives of others through year-round community service.

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Deepening Your Faith

UD students continue to develop moral virtues while in pursuit of truth and wisdom.

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All are welcome.

While more than 75 percent of our students are Catholic, UD welcomes those of all denominations. We support academic and religious freedom and foster spiritual development – no matter the faith tradition – to prepare students for their calling as men and women of faith in the world.

News

History Professor Discusses Dallas Police Shootings

"How someone watching the video of what happened in Minnesota, how it affected a little girl in the backseat of a car, could turn around and think this was an appropriate response -- it's horrifying," said Associate Professor of History Susan Hanssen in an interview with Britain's Sky News 18 hours after the shooting of Dallas police officers on Thursday, July 7.

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Rome Campus Hosts International Archaeological Conference

Shrines to Mithraism, one of the main pagan religions of the high and late Roman Empire, can be found throughout the Roman world: under the Church of St. Clemente in Rome, in the ancient port city of Ostia, in the Syrian town of Dura-Europos and, as it happens, in the town of Marino near UD's Eugene Constantin Campus.

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Cowan-Blakley Memorial Library

The University of Dallas has announced that it will officially rename the 54-year-old William A. Blakley Library to honor long-time University Professor Louise S. Cowan and Professor and University President Donald Cowan.

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