Sound theology is the foundation for all the Institute’s programs. Areas of focus include theological anthropology, sex difference, and marriage and family.
We research concrete ways to apply Church teaching to everyday life. Examples include use of the catechumenate model for all areas of evangelization and catechesis and phenomenology for pre-evangelization.
Today’s challenges to evangelization are exacerbated by faulty philosophy. Research addressing this includes natural theology, classical philosophy, and newer philosophical systems.
We look into best practices of apostolates in order to help promote effective ideas among other apostolates and ministries.