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My Catholic Faith Delivered
Logo Catholic Faith DeliveredMy Catholic Faith Delivered provides a single place online where learners can work through the best Catholic resources at their own pace.  www.mycatholicfaithdelivered.com


St. Anthony of Padua Institute
Logo Saint Anthony of PaduaThe St. Anthony of Padua Institute is dedicated to forming an authentically Catholic community of higher learning in the San Francisco Bay Area and offers a variety of courses and other activities to meet the needs of Catholics engaged in the New Evangelization. Current offerings, documents, audio lectures and more information about the Institute is available online at StAnthonyPaduaInstitute.org.

Holy Names University
Logo Holy NamesThe Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministries is an exciting program of intercultural formation for lay leadership and ministry in the Catholic Church. The program was developed in collaboration with the Diocese of Oakland, and is designed for full time working adults. We encourage and support the laity in their pursuit of advanced education that will integrate the intellectual and the spiritual dimensions of their ministerial identity. For more info visit: www.hnu.edu

Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology

Dominican School of TheologySummer Session at DSPT is a great opportunity to deepen your learning, find time to reflect, and acquire the tools to proclaim the Word of God. Weekend classes available! For more info visit: www.dspt.edu

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Saint PaulThe St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology is a non-profit research and educational institute that promotes life-transforming Scripture study in the Catholic tradition. The Center serves clergy and laity, students and scholars, with research and study tools — from books and publications to multimedia and on-line programming. For more info visit: www.salvationhistory.com