School of Ministry

Theological Education for Transformative Service

Masters degrees in theology & pastoral ministry, courses in the Bible and specialized training to inspire, strengthen and transform your life's work.

Journey to Rome, Italy

Join us for a ten-day intellectual pilgrimage in the Eternal City. Share the experience of a lifetime with our community of faith.

Follow your calling.

Place your talents at the service of the church, your community and the world-at-large through study, mission and prayer.

The University of Dallas Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry offers programs for those who desire to enrich their faith, develop their effectiveness as pastoral leaders and engage in transformative service to the Catholic Church, their communities and the world.

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Growing the Lay Apostolate

Catholic Biblical School is at the heart of the Diocese of Knoxville's Hispanic evangelization. Get the whole story in the East Tennessee Catholic

Called to Serve

The University of Dallas' mission is to form students in intellectual and moral virtues to prepare them to lead and serve their communities in a problematic and changing world. This is part one of a three-part series examining the "new renaissance" of programs at the University of Dallas that support UD's mission to form servant-leaders.

UD Students Answer Call to Serve

While it is all too easy for students to approach their disciplines in a purely theoretical manner, the Neuhoff School of Ministry has made sure that pastoral ministry majors bring their studies beyond the classroom by sponsoring its own student organization: Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord. Founded in the spring semester of 2014, the Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord meets every other week for an evening of fellowship to provide undergraduate pastoral ministry students with personal spiritual formation, as well as an opportunity to organize service and outreach projects.

Leader in the Faith

While we all seek to discover what makes "the good life," alumnus Paul George has taken the question beyond mere contemplation. Since receiving his Masters of Theological Studies from the Neuhoff School of Ministry in 2009, George has gone on both to live the good life and bring it to others, whether it be through serving as parish youth minister, diocesan director, author, speaker, mentor, or founder of the non-profit outreach program Adore Ministries.

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Events

12.19.17 | 12:00pm - Brightspace Training

If you are still confused about how to properly use the replacement for ecollege as many of us are, feel free to come by this training session to learn the ins and outs of Brightspace.

1.24.18 (All day) - McDermott Lectureship

Featuring three of the most prominent voices in Catholic journalism Ross Douthat and Austen Ivereigh, who will discuss the modern papacy with moderator John Allen, Jr. Details TBA.

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