The College of St Thomas More is the ONLY College I’ve found that offers the DAILY Traditional Latin Mass exclusively. Their entire daily life rotates around the Traditional Latin Mass, and the Novus Ordo is only offered on Sunday. The President and the Director of Development are personal friends of mine so I can vouch for their Catholicity and good character.
I’m very excited to see the progress of this school, as they are implementing one-of-a-kind placement programs for their students and graduates. Prayers for their success!
The College of Saint Thomas More is a Catholic, Liberal Arts institution, faithful to the Magisterium, the liturgical traditions of the Roman Rite, and the intellectual, moral, and spiritual traditions of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Catechism teaches that God created man to know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him in this life so that he might be happy with Him forever in the next. Accordingly, as the College exists in order to assist men and women to achieve their supernatural end, Knowledge, Love, and Service form the pillars upon which the College is built.
The first pillar (Knowledge) is served by a rigorous course of studies that begins with the Liberal Arts and Classical Languages and culminates in Literature, Philosophy, and Theology. This curriculum enables students to deepen their knowledge of God by rightly ordering their thoughts, helping them to discern order in the created world, developing their imagination, and preparing them to receive supernatural truths communicated by divine revelation.
The second pillar (Love) is served by a commitment to fostering the spiritual and moral life of students by making the rich liturgical traditions of the Roman Rite available on campus. The sacred Liturgy of the Church, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the Sacraments, sacred music, common prayer and devotions, and a commitment to moral virtue are central to the life of the College and are intended to encourage the development of supernatural life and divine charity.
The third pillar (Service) is served by providing a vibrant Catholic culture wherein students may perfect the virtues required of their state in life. Such virtues (work, discipline, cooperation, modesty, friendship, civility, etc.) pervade campus life, enabling students to grow and mature in service and charity toward God and neighbor, so as to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world.
Guiding men and women toward the purpose for which God created them is the divine mission of Christ and His Church. The College endeavors to assist the Church in such mission by cooperating with God’s grace, by faithfully transmitting the great intellectual, moral, spiritual, and liturgical traditions of the Holy Catholic Faith, by fostering a culture that leads to a restoration of Catholic civilization, and by producing men and women who are willing and able to know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him.