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Fall Open House ∙ Oct 8 -9
Seek wisdom heroically
Seek wisdom through the great books, the classic disciplines, and the fine arts
Live Catholicism vibrantly
Live the Catholic faith joyfully, not for yourself alone, but for the world
Cultivate friendships for a lifetime
Cultivate friendships for a lifetime, answering the call to communion
Rejoice in all that is beautiful
Rejoice in all that is beautiful, knowing that beauty can unlock the human heart
Be prepared for life
Prepare for life through internships, experiences in the cultural centers of our nation, and vocational discernment
Learn to serve
Serve others by following the example of Christ himself
Thrive physically in New England's beautiful outdoors
Thrive in beautiful New England with rowing, skiing, hiking, club sports, and more
Magdalen student, Elise Muldoon, recently attended a Leadership & Character Summit hosted by the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty. This 2-day conference helps undergraduates discern their vocation and explore issues related to leadership. We look forward to more students attending in the future.
Mr. Smith is simply one of the best. Congratulations to the choir.
Formal Hall Dinner in the Oxford-Cambridge tradition: Magdalen celebrated a festive evening of learning, music, poetry, and great food. Thanks to Rev. John Piderit, S.J. for speaking about the Catholic intellectual tradition.
“I shall hold fast to the deposit of faith in its entirety…” Today trustees of Magdalen College took the Oath of Fidelity to the Church. What a blessing to have faithful and committed leaders who trust the Lord to guide their steps!
Students learn about extra-curricular opportunities at this year’s Club Fair. From hiking to gardening, from martial arts to theatre, from promoting life to discussing the works of Tolkien, there’s lots to explore at Magdalen!
Best hiking club ever 2017-2019. St. George of the hike xD
Magdalen students enjoyed lunch with Fr. Charles Sikorsky, President of Divine Mercy University. He spoke about careers in counseling and psychology and the importance of an integral Catholic view of the human person.
The Orthodox tradition speaks of “writing” rather than “painting” icons. Several Magdalen students and graduates recently enjoyed a fascinating opportunity to “Write the Light” in Greece. The occasion was the Summer Iconography School taught by...
See what’s been happening at Magdalen this summer, including: 1) our wildly successful Summer Programs, 2) study abroad experiences in Spain and Greece, 3) a faculty-led intellectual retreat in NYC, 4) updates to our campus...
Father Paul Dumais, from my home state of Maine wrote, “One expression of the transformation made possible in Christ is an increased capacity for joy.” With Magdalen’s emphasis on the education of the whole person,...
National Catholic Register, a leading news source for faithful Catholics, recently interviewed Magdalen College’s new president, Dr. Ryan Messmore. Since Dr. Messmore began his tenure as the college’s fifth president in July, his zeal for...