Faith & Culture Conference

Join us for our annual conference! This year, we will explore the relationship between Church and State—the "Two Great Lights" of society!

Applications now Open!

The Catholic Imagination Fellowship is an opportunity for Catholic students to work, study, and pray with the Alcuin Institute!

Great Books Courses

Study the classics with the Alcuin Institute! Summer courses in the Greco-Roman and Medieval Great Books are available during the month of June.

Join us in NOLA!

We're going on a pilgrimage! Join us as we eat, drink, and pray our way through New Orleans with Walker Percy's The Moviegoer as our guide!

"The quality of the dialogue was exceptional. I didn’t want the evening to come to an end!"

   —Fr. Stuart Crevcoure

"As a parent and a father, I would highly recommend the resources provided by The Alcuin Institute"

   —Dan Hogan

"It was refreshing to be able to go a bit deeper into discussion on topics that I don't really get to delve into"

   —Steve Hamby

"Being together as people working for the Church and breaking bread together was a blessing!"

   —Socratic Seminar Participant

Recent Additions

The Four Types of Watchfulness

By Adam Minihan | Mar 24, 2023

Drawing People into the Very Mystery of Christ Himself

By Eli Stone | Mar 10, 2023

Time Well Wasted

By Aaron Henderson | Mar 6, 2023

Avoiding the Unreal: How to Read the Great Books Well

By Dcn. Harrison Garlick | Mar 1, 2023

Cervantes and the Vice of Curiosity

By Eli Stone | Feb 23, 2023

Baptism and the Salvation of Infants

By Karlo Broussard | Feb 6, 2023

Taylor Swift is Right: I’m the Problem

By Joey Spencer | Feb 2, 2023

On Christ’s Invitation to Chaos

By Dcn. Harrison Garlick | Jan 23, 2023

Baptism of Desire and Sacramental Character

By Karlo Broussard | Jan 18, 2023

Make a Resolution to Love

By Aaron Henderson | Jan 9, 2023

Happy Is He Who Prays with the Church

By Joey Spencer | Jan 3, 2023

The Nativity of our Lord: The Feast of this Awe-filled Mystery

By Joey Spencer | Dec 20, 2022

Humans are Religious Animals

By Aaron Henderson | Dec 5, 2022

To the Post-Roe Generation

By Lily Bell | Nov 30, 2022

Adoration: A Simple Way to Grow Your Prayer Life

By Sophia DeBenedetti | Nov 7, 2022

Memories from a Man at Montereau

By Natalie Schubert | Oct 28, 2022

Being Conformed to Christ’s Priesthood

By Aaron Henderson | Oct 24, 2022

Lord, Open Our Eyes So We Might See

By Joey Spencer | Oct 10, 2022

On the Power of the Powerless

By Abp. Charles Chaput, O.F.M. Cap | Oct 8, 2022

Honoring the Sacred

By Bsp. David Konderla | Oct 7, 2022

Into the Deep: A Biblical Study on Chaos & Discipleship

By Dcn. Harrison Garlick | Oct 3, 2022

St. Jerome: Defender of the Religious Ideal

By Eli Stone | Sep 30, 2022

On the Merits of Rural Living

By Richard Meloche | Sep 26, 2022

The Ordered Cosmos

By Aaron Henderson | Sep 23, 2022

All the Trees of the Wood Sing for Joy Before the Lord

By Joey Spencer | Sep 19, 2022


By Dcn. Harrison Garlick | Sep 16, 2022

Are You Baptized in the Holy Ghost?

By Karlo Broussard | Sep 12, 2022

Confessions II and the Human Will

By Gerald Boersma | Sep 2, 2022

Life and Death in Christ

By Aaron Henderson | Aug 31, 2022

Is Les Miserables Anti-Catholic?

By Kent Lasnoski | Aug 26, 2022