Collegium-sealCollegium is celebrating 20 years of the "Summer Colloquy on Faith and Intellectual Life." Read a tribute to the founding of the program by noted scholar David O'Brien.

The Annual Colloquy

Collegium engages faculty from all traditions to discover how they can make a particular contribution to their institution's identity that respects and explores Catholicism's traditions and goals, while also respecting and taking advantage of their own religious perspectives and talents. Read how some participants are "taking the conversation home" and extending their Collegium experience.

Collegium's membership represents 65 Catholic colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. Member colleges pay annual dues to support the program.

In July 2002, Collegium became a part of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. Collegium's offices and ongoing operations are located at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. For more information on Collegium, please visit the website or contact

Upcoming Collegiums:

June 20-27, 2014, at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts

BecomingBeholdersCoverJUST PUBLISHED: Becoming Beholders—Cultivating Sacramental Imagination and Actions in College Classrooms

Collegium's Karen E. Eifler and Thomas M. Landy bring together 20 faculty — from many religious backgrounds and diverse disciplines — to share pedagogical strategies for cultivating sacramental imagination and actions.


Also recently published by Collegium alumni: A Vision of Justice: Engaging Catholic Social Teaching on the College Campus
Edited by Susan Crawford Sullivan and Ron Pagnucco; foreword by Michael Galligan-Stierle
This book draws together the insights of social scientists, historians, and theologians in order to introduce readers to central topics in Catholic Social Teaching and provide concrete examples of how it is being put into action by colleges and college students. Order online


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