Embrace humanity's experience of God—including the Jesuit commitments to faith, peace, social justice and inter—religious dialogue—and discover how it's expressed through traditions, doctrines, and rituals around the world. Join a broad conversation and graduate with a deeper understanding of your own beliefs, as well as others.
of Xavier Theology graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or volunteering within 6 months of graduation.
Help shape the community by partnering with local organizations, like Pax Christi, Habitat for Humanity and St. Vincent de Paul. Or participate in service-learning opportunities in India, Nicaragua, Ghana and Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati.
Small class sizes allow you to ask the right questions and get the attention you need to succeed and learn. On top of that, we'll help develop your resume by connecting you with local mentors, community engagement opportunities and internships.
Gain a basic understanding of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures and relate it, in a reflective and constructive way, to your life experiences and the challenges confronting today's world. Discuss and learn more about the world's diverse faiths and other socially significant issues in light of the Jesuit tradition.
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In addition to entering graduate and seminary schools, graduates of Xavier's Theology program have gone on to accept jobs as