The latest issue of Wyoming Catholic College's newsletter Integritas features an interview with the College's chaplains, Monsignor Daniel Seiker and Father Bob Frederick.
Speaking during the interview about his experience with the students at the College, Msgr. Seiker said, "...I have been pleased to see the ways our students support and challenge one another to grow in faith and discipleship. There's almost a 'positive peer pressure,' and encouragement to look at things differently than so many in our culture who do not know the message of Jesus and His Church."
Integritas asked Fr. Frederick about the unique liturgical life on campus, which offers both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Roman Rite. He responded:
There aren't many Catholic campuses that expose students to the breadth and depth of Mother Church's liturgical thought. The connection to the roots of the Church, the historical continuity, the sign of universality which the Extraordinary Form provides is important. I myself have grown greatly in my understanding, appreciation, and knowledge of Latin and the Extraordinary Form since coming here. I only wish more Catholic college students had the opportunity to see and experience what we offer here.
Read the entire interview and sign up for the Integritas newsletter here.
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