Bishop David Ricken invites members of the Green Bay Diocese to an informative evening about Wyoming Catholic College, a liberal arts college in Lander, Wyo., that he co-founded in 2006.
The Aug. 1 event will begin with vespers at 6:30 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Immediately following vespers, a presentation will be given in Bishop Wycislo Center.
Wyoming Catholic College (WCC) is one of 20 U.S. Catholic colleges (out of 230) named "authentically Catholic" by the Cardinal Newman Society. Bishop Ricken will be joined by two other college co-founders: Fr. Robert Cook, college president, and Dr. Robert Carlson, academic dean.
Their talk, "Faith, Reason, and Wyoming Catholic College" will cover the background of the college and its philosophical vision; the meaning of a true liberal arts education; and future plans for the college.
Parents who have college-bound children - and anyone else wishing to learn more about this institution of Catholic higher education - are encouraged to attend.
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Bishop of Green Bay to give talk on Wyoming Catholic College
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