New classes of theological students have arrived at most WTC schools, and I have had the privilege of meeting many of them.
At Howard: theological students from active ministries, straight from college, from other vocations and multiple denominations to study for ordination, for education, and for public ministry.
At PFIC: a record number of Brother Students join the Dominican community, and various diocesan and lay students are entering with them.
At Leland: students from active work in congregations, governmental offices, and business join the work-study approach among Leland students.
At Wesley: students from over two dozen denominations and all walks of life and ages join the larger Wesley community to explore ministry, theology and public life, and more.
At CUA: graduate students in liturgy, theology, Bible and more join seminarians from a number of Catholic dioceses and religious orders to make a strong learning community.
At VTS: students come from Episcopal dioceses across the country and world, with interests in ordination, education, and other forms of ministry. One Muslim student is joining them!