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Conservative Catholic Colleges

When I was at the Catholic Homeschool Convention, one woman gave me a list of what she considered to be "truly Conservative Catholic Colleges." I don't think she was saying that this was a comprehensive list, it was just colleges she was most familiar with. I realize that every family is unique, but I also thought that someone might really appreciate this list, so they can check it out for themselves. Colleges can look so similar on paper, it's often difficult to determine their true personality without some input from others. I hope this list helps someone!




  • Thomas Aquinas college in CA

  • Christendom College in VA

    • (That's the one I mentioned in my last newsletter)



  • Wyoming Catholic (not sure where that one is, LOL!)

  • John Paul the Great in CA

  • Ave Maria in Michigan

  • Steubenville Franciscan University in Ohio

  • Benedictine in KS

  • University of Dallas in TX

  • Thomas More in NH




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Guest - Denise M on Tuesday, 04 August 2009 10:55

Lee, Wyoming Catholic College is in a town called Lander (pop. 6000). It really isn't near any metro area. We visited the college in June. Helpful staff. They are in the process of building mens and womens dorms.

I would also add, Ave Maria in Naples, FL.

Lee, Wyoming Catholic College is in a town called Lander (pop. 6000). It really isn't near any metro area. We visited the college in June. Helpful staff. They are in the process of building mens and womens dorms. I would also add, Ave Maria in Naples, FL.
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