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Not For School, But For Eternal Life: Representing Christ And Reaching The Campus Through Cooperative Ministries, Christian Dresback Apr 2017

Not For School, But For Eternal Life: Representing Christ And Reaching The Campus Through Cooperative Ministries, Christian Dresback

Theology Undergraduate Theses

Carroll College has a history rooted in faith. Founded by the Catholic Diocese of Helena in 1909, the school professes a “special obligation to provide for the spiritual needs of the college community” (Carroll College Mission Statement). Using several sources: Carroll’s mission statement, interviews, and the Bible, this thesis analyzes the challenges and potential opportunities to help Carroll College fulfill its mission to meet the spiritual need of its community. As a result, is argues that the College should provide the College Christian Fellowship (CCF) student slub better support on campus. Doing so will complement the work of the ...


Bishop John Patrick Carroll And Carroll College, William Ogle Apr 1951

Bishop John Patrick Carroll And Carroll College, William Ogle

History Undergraduate Theses

Perhaps the Diocese of Helena will never again be led by such a brilliant educator and builder as John Patrick Carroll. This man through his enormous personal drive changed the diocese from a struggling mission in the West to one of the best organized and equipped in the United States. Under his tutelage the state grew in Catholicity, and the gospel was spread to every corner of Western Montana. The Most Reverend John Patrick Carroll, D. D., the second Bishop of Helena, was born at Dubuque, Iowa, February 22, 1864. He was the son of Martin and Catherine O'Farrell ...