Visitors to Wyoming Catholic College regularly remark on the joyful spirit they see in our students—a joy that can be traced directly to their relationship with God, cultivated and sustained in the faithfully Catholic spiritual life at the college. The belief that our integrated education has the power to transform students regardless of their faith or religious background is a core principle of our educational philosophy. As a result, we welcome students of all creeds, and are grateful for their contributions to the life and vitality of the College.
Yet we also believe that our mission is best carried out in an environment of true Catholicity. Thus, in addition to educating our students’ minds, we seek to form them into young men and women fully alive in Christ. This lofty goal conforms to the challenge Pope St. John Paul II set in Ex corde Ecclesiae. Students at a Catholic university, he wrote, “are challenged to continue the search for truth and for meaning throughout their lives, since the human spirit must be cultivated in such a way that there results a growth in its ability to wonder, to understand, to contemplate, to make personal judgments, and to develop a religious, moral, and social sense.”