This course explores the truth, goodness, and beauty of Catholicism as manifested in great theological texts, lives of saints, artistic masterpieces, historical landmarks, and miracles connected with the Eternal City.
A complete application includes all items listed below. Applicants are encouraged to expedite all application materials to ensure a spot on the program.
If you have any questions about how to apply please contact the office at (972) 721-5181 or email@example.com.
Once accepted to the program registration forms must be submitted to register for courses. In addition, a program deposit of $500 is immediately due upon acceptance to reserve a student's place on the program. A second payment of $1500 is due in March and final payment is due in May. Payment may be made by mailing a check to the University of Dallas Rome & Summer Programs Office or by using the university's online payment portal, CashNet.
The following documents are required for students under the age of 18 by the start of the program. Two sets of these forms must be obtained but only one set of the documents should be mailed to the office.
*We consider various objections to Catholic faith from Judaism, Islam, Protestantism, and secular reason.
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The director of Rome and the Catholic Church, Dr. Christopher Malloy received his Ph.D. from The Catholic University of America. He has been teaching at the University of Dallas since 2001. He approaches the theological vocation with the conviction that philosophy and theology, faith and reason, serious intellectual research and fidelity to the full deposit of Catholic faith, work harmoniously toward one end - the contemplation and love of truth. His research interests include St. Thomas Aquinas, Augustine, Bonaventure, John Duns Scotus, and Matthias Scheeben.
Dr. Malloy will be assisted by an able team of undergraduate and graduate students who have experience in leading student groups on study-abroad programs.
The University of Dallas’s beautiful Eugene Constantin Rome Campus at Due Santi is located on the western slopes of the Alban Hills, about twelve miles southeast of the center of Rome, in one of the city’s most attractive suburbs. Less than two miles away, in the small town of Castel Gandolfo, is the Palazzo Papale, a majestic palace that serves as the Pope’s summer residence. Thanks to this unique location and the comfortable Due Santi campus itself, UD Rome is a perfect place for students, faculty, and staff to get to know one another and to learn together.