Catholic Worldview Fellowship – Four Pillars


Students receive six academic credits (ECTS) from the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome, Italy. The course elaborates upon and transmits a Catholic Worldview through an interdisciplinary study of cultural change. The course includes lectures, workshops, and study materials are given by experts in the fields of history, religion, philosophy, theology and ethics in order to shed light on the role of a Catholic leader in today’s constantly evolving culture.


Fellows also receive personal Leadership Coaching from Firm Foundations Incorporated, a consulting firm in Washington, D.C. Through seminars, group discussion, and one-on-one sessions, students will identify their talents more clearly and learn how to unleash their leadership potential.


The Fellowship is anchored in Catholic Spirituality. There will be daily prayer, Mass, spiritual formation, and personal dialogue provided by priests and/or consecrated women from the Regnum Christi Movement. Thus, the Catholic Worldview Fellowship helps to form lasting spiritual habits and empowers participants to see the world and one’s own life as Christ sees it.


Fellows will stay at the prestigious Schloss Wissen and be hosted by the family of Baron Raphael von Loe. The Fellowship seeks to explore the historical roots of Christian culture, provide occasions for fieldwork, and organize cultural outings to Rome and well-known cultural sights in Germany (i.e. Aachen, Cologne, Trier, Düsseldorf, Xanten, Kevelaer).

Course Endorsement: Cardinal Kevin Farrell