In the late 1950s, the Rev. Eusebe Menard, OFM, founded Holy Apostles Seminary as a minor seminary to help older men discern their call to the priesthood. The college division was opened in 1972 to offer a Roman Catholic college education to lay students and consecrated religious. In 1978, Holy Apostles was authorized to operate as a major seminary, offering the Master of Divinity and preparing men for the priesthood. Since then, Holy Apostles has continued to add graduate degrees and online programming.
Holy Apostles offers Associate's, Bachelor of Arts, and Master of Arts degrees, all of which can be taken on campus or 100% cnline.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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