Wyoming Catholic College to Host Cardinal Raymond Burke for Catholic Education Symposium

Cardinal Raymond Burke, Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, will be joining faculty, students, and a small group of Catholic men and women for the “Discover a New Renaissance: Celebrating the Revitalization of Catholic Education” symposium taking place at Wyoming Catholic College April 7-10, 2014.

Ecclesiastical Advisor to our Center for the Advancement of Catholic Higher Education

The symposium will offer guests the opportunity to learn more about Wyoming Catholic College’s distinctive program, attend classes in the college’s Downtown Center, dine with the students at Frassati Hall, attend a demonstration on the college’s Outdoor Leadership Program, visit the future home of the college at Broken Anvil Ranch, and participate in liturgies and an address on the revitalization of Catholic education by Cardinal Burke.

“We are greatly privileged to have Cardinal Burke come to Wyoming Catholic College,” said President Fr. Robert Cook. “He understands the nature of Catholic education in a comprehensive and profound way, and we are confident he will appreciate the unique Catholic educational model and mission that we provide to our students. We look forward to hearing his insights into what we can do to further the renaissance of Catholic education in America today.”

Cardinal Burke serves as Ecclesiastical Advisor to The Cardinal Newman Society’s Center for the Advancement of Catholic Higher Education.