List Of Roman Catholic Universities And Colleges In The United States
There are 244 Catholic universities and colleges in the United States. They make up a significant number within the whole amount of Catholic universities and colleges in the world.
Read more about List Of Roman Catholic Universities And Colleges In The United States: Adorers of The Blood of Christ, Augustinian (Hermits of St. Augustine) Official Site, Assumptionists (Augustinians of The Assumption) Official Site, Basilian (Congregation of St. Basil) Official Site, Benedictine (Order of Saint Benedict) Official Site, Brothers of Christian Instruction, Christian Brothers (Congregation of Christian Brothers) Official Site, Congregation of Sisters of Saint Agnes, Diocesan, Dominican (Order of Preachers) Official Site, Edmundite (Society of Saint Edmund) Official Site, Grey Nuns, Holy Cross (Congregation of Holy Cross) Official Site, Jesuit (Society of Jesus) Official Site, Lasallian (Institute of The Brothers of The Christian Schools) Official Site, Legionaries of Christ, Missionaries of The Precious Blood, Missionary Sisters of The Sacred Heart of Jesus, Norbertine, Oblates of St. Francis De Sales, Opus Dei Site, Pontifical, Religious of The Sacred Heart, Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters, Sisters of Charity, Sisters of Divine Providence (Congregation of Divine Providence), Sisters of The Holy Family of Nazareth, Sisters of The Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, Sisters of Mercy Official Site, Sisters of Notre Dame of Coesfeld Official Site, Sisters of Notre Dame De Namur Official Site, Sisters of Saint Ann, Sisters of St. Joseph, School Sisters of Notre Dame, Sisters of Providence (Montreal, Quebec), Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Sisters of The Presentation of Mary, Society of Mary (Marianists) Official Site, Sisters, Servants of The Immaculate Heart of Mary, Society of The Holy Child Jesus, Spiritans (Congregation of The Holy Spirit) Official Site, Ursuline (Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph), Vincentian (Congregation of The Mission) Official Site, Independent, Catholic Honor Society, Catholic Engineering Schools, Catholic Law Schools, Catholic Medical Schools, Formerly Catholic Colleges and Universities, Closed/extant Catholic Universities and Colleges
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