Pray and Learn

During this time, there are numerous ways for our collegiate community and friends to engage with our students, alumni, and faculty while also cultivating a life of prayer and the habits conducive to spiritual grow.

  • The college has just completed the first in a series of videos that feature alumni and current students. The first focuses on Sean Haefner, ’19 and is entitled “Answering the Big Questions.” Please enjoy, be inspired, and share.


  • We have also just released the most recent podcast with Anthony Esolen, entitled “On Teaching and Translating Dante.” This is the latest in our podcast series, “From the Summit,” which is available on our website and the most popular podcast platforms. Our series includes multiple interviews with faculty members Anthony Esolen, Mary Mumbach, and Peter Sampo. Each interview lasts around thirty minutes and is an excellent introduction to the intellectual life of the college.
  • Each Monday on social media, the college features recordings of our choir—both recent recordings and recordings from the archives. Anyone who has been a student or visited the campus for our liturgies will recognize these favorite compositions. The music is available on our website.
  • Beginning on Easter Monday, we will launch a new online magazine for families entitled “Jasper,” featuring the inimitable writing of Anthony Esolen. These essays are perfect for reading together as a family over or after dinner, during the school day, and are the very types of writing that you will want to share with other families.

  • Many of our students are also participating in a consecration by Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, 33 Days to Greater Glory: A Total Consecration to the Father Through Jesus Based on the Gospel of John, while others are consecrating themselves to a perennial favorite at Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts, St Joseph, using a new book by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father.
  • St. Corona, pray for us! Saint Corona, a second-century martyr has become a popular saint in the last few weeks. The college would be happy to send a prayer card of St. Corona to anyone who requests it. Contact us with your request at [email protected]

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