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All CPC Courses

Use the tabs below to filter courses. For example, see what courses are being offered in "Fall 2019" or "Spring 2020". Also, see what Religious Studies courses or Philosophy courses CPC offers. See Fall and Spring schedule here.

EDUC 233 CP - Foundations of Education

Education, 200-Level, Fall 2019

ART 215 CP - Beauty and the Sacred Arts

200-Level, Fall 2019, Art & Aesthetics

RELS 101 CP - Introduction to Old Testament Studies

Religious Studies, 100-Level, Fall 2019, Spring 2020

RELS 224 CP - New Testament Theology

Religious Studies, 200-Level, Fall 2019, Spring 2020

RELS 366 CP - Theology of the Body

Religious Studies, 300-Level, Fall 2019

RELS 375 CP - C.S. Lewis

Religious Studies, 300-Level, Spring 2020

Chaplaincy & Liturgy


Our chaplain, Fr. Lawrence Donnelly, and the local clergy of the Archdiocese of Vancouver, are pleased to provide the following liturgy, devotions, and spiritual direction for the college community and guests:

Celebration of the Eucharist

Mass is celebrated in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite (English) from Monday to Thursday from 11:00 to 11:30 am in the main classroom.

Mass on Sundays is available at local parishes: St. Nicholas', St. Joseph's, and Sts. Joachim and Ann's.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Confession is available in the Chaplain's office by appointment or from 10:15 to 10:45 am on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is available from the Chaplain by appointment.

CPC³ Public Lectures

Hans Boersma

No Heaven, No Scripture: Why our Bible reading needs a recovery of the contemplative life

by Hans Boersma

November 21 - 7pm

About "No Heaven, No Scripture"

The Bible cannot be read apart from its spiritual end, which is the heavenly contemplation
of God in Christ.

Catholic Studies Minor


Catholic Studies Minor

What is an academic minor?

An academic minor is a field of study that is secondary to a major degree. Rather than pursuing a double major - which is generally more expensive and takes longer to finish - students can expand their range of knowledge with a minor. A minor can be focused on an area of personal interest that may not be included in the program of the major. Also, it may be a field of study that expands the scope of their major; for example, psychology majors may take religious studies in order to practice within a faith community.

What is a Catholic Studies Minor?

The Catholic Studies Minor is granted by the Christianity and Culture program at TWU but is administered and taught by Catholic Pacific College professors. The minor is comprised of theology and philosophy courses that are designed to expose students to the richness of the Catholic intellectual tradition. In turn, the skills and knowledge gained from these courses complement the programs that Trinity Western University provides.

Why pursue a minor?

In general, a minor has both personal and career benefits. Regardless of the reason behind taking the minor, it is additional education that will enrich your life and add to your uniqueness. A Catholic Studies minor particularly excels in this regard since it directly engages with fundamental questions that pertain to all aspects of life, enabling students to make informed choices about faith, relationships, vocation, and careers.

Further, the minor will boost the students’ CV/resume. In order to add depth and insight to organizations employers often look for persons with diverse experience and education. Well-rounded individuals have potential to think outside of the box, a critical asset in an ever-changing marketplace. In addition, a graduate with a Catholic Studies minor is particularly well-suited for work within Catholic institutions (e.g., Catholic education).

The Details

See official TWU Catholic Studies Minor Checklist

A total of 24 s.h. of credit, including a minimum of 12 s.h. of upper-level credit is required to complete a Minor. A minimum overall (cumulative) GPA of 2.00 is required for graduation.

In order to be eligible for graduation you must complete an Application for Graduation via the Student Portal and submit a completed checklist to the Office of the Registrar by April 30 of the year prior to your completion (there is no fee to apply for graduation). Once your complete application has been received, a degree audit will be completed for you. This audit will confirm which courses are still outstanding in order for you to complete your degree.

CPC Additional Resources & Archives

Faith & Academics

Sacramental Living


Communiqué example
February Communique
March Communique
September 2019 Communique
RSV Holy Bible Catholic Edition
Summa Theologiae by St. Thomas Aquinas
Aquinas 101 -
Early Church Fathers - New Advent
Papal Encyclicals Online
Ecumenical Councils by Papal Encyclicals Online
New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia
Catechism of the Catholic Church
Catholic Faith Study

Catholic Faith Study

Fr. Lawrence will be instructing students on matters of the Catholic faith and guiding them through various provocative/controversial questions that often arise about it. People new to Catholicism will gain a foundational understanding of it, and those familiar with it will deepen their understanding of it.

Come check it out, there are no commitments involved - although, you'll probably get hooked!