I want a laity, not arrogant, not rash in speech, not disputatious, but men who know their religion, who enter into it, who know just where they stand, who know what they hold and what they do not, who know their creed so well that they can give an account of it, who know so much of history that they can defend it. I want an intelligent, well-instructed laity – I wish to enlarge knowledge, to cultivate reason, to get an insight into the relation of truth to truth, to learn to view things as they are, to understand how faith and reason stand to each other, what are the bases and principles of Catholicism.—St. John Henry Newman

Participants in the Wyoming School of Catholic Thought will be formed both spiritually and intellectually, which will enable them to play their part in a new Catholic Renaissance.—Bishop David Ricken, Founder

Wyoming Catholic College will not be offering its annual adult learning week, The Wyoming School of Catholic Thought, in 2024. To get a sense of the program, click the links below for descriptions of the topics, pictures, and recordings of faculty presentations.