Tuition for a 3-credit hour course is $648 plus $100 fees (for a total of $748) paid directly to the University of Holy Cross. AI credit students who work directly for the Church (e.g., educators, priests, deacons, religious, DRE’s, etc.) in a full or part time capacity will be offered a special reduced rate of $432 plus $50 fees or a total of $482. AI catechetical and audit students will register directly with Aquinas Institute and the tuition, $200 per course, is paid directly to Aquinas Institute. Inquire about scholarships at (337) 394-6550.

Fall 2019 Courses

THE 290: Doctors of the Church [3 sem. hours Fr. Clinton Sensat, STL]

Description: According to the classic definition given by Prosperous Lambertini (later Pope Benedict XIV), the three marks of a Doctor of the universal Church are holiness of life, eminence of doctrine, and ecclesiastical approbation. This course will investigate the charism of a Doctor of the Church. It will also give at least an hour to each of the 36 Doctors, focusing on the eminence of their doctrine. The goal is to give the student an appreciation for the theological contribution of each Doctor, and provide a basis for deeper personal study of individual Doctors.

Day and Time: Wednesdays 6:00 - 8:45 PM
Location: John Paul the Great Academy, 1522 Carmel Dr., Lafayette
Classes start: August 21, Classes end: December 4
Last Day to Register August 15, 2019

Spring 2020 Courses

THE 280: Catholic Moral Principles [3 sem. hours Fr. Ben Pitre, STL]

Description: This course presents the development of Christian moral principles with a focus on theological and cardinal virtues, as well as the morality of happiness. The application of the Catholic Church’s moral teaching to everyday life and relationships is a central topic of discussion.

Day and Time: Mondays 6:00 - 8:45 PM
Location: Our Lady of Wisdom Catholic Student Center, UL Lafayette
Classes start: January 13 • Classes end: May 4
Last Day to Register January 9, 2020

THE 370: The New Testament [3 SEM. HOURS FR. RANDAL MOREAU, MA]

Description: A study of the theology, history and literary forms of the New Testament is offered. Students explore the historical background of the early Church, as well as biblical hermeneutics. They read and reflect upon the Gospels, Pauline Epistles, and other New Testament writings. Reading Intensive.

Classes may be taught in an in-class, hybrid, or online format.
Day and Time: Thursdays 6:00 - 8:45 PM
Location: John Paul the Great Academy, 1522 Carmel Dr., Lafayette
Classes start: January 16 • Classes end: May 7
Last Day to Register January 9, 2020