We invite you to join us for our first and only Virtual Open House of the summer! Learn more about St. Bernard's degrees, certificates, and programs - all from the comfort of your home. 

Listen to a first-hand student testimonial and brief academic lecture, as well as learn more about: 

  • The cost of our Masters and graduate certificate programs 
  • The admissions process for all of our programs
  • All financial aid and scholarship opportunities 

Join us on: 

When: Thursday, July 28th, 7:00 - 8:00 PM EST

Where: Online via Zoom (a link will be emailed to you)! 


Schedule


7:00pmWelcome & Overview of Mission and Academic Programs

Mr. Matthew Brown, Director of Admissions & Financial Aid


7:20pmStudent Testimonial

Jamie Fishgold


7:30pmBrief Academic Lecture

Professor Lisa Lickona, S.T.L.


7:45pmQ&A Session


Presenters

Mr. Matthew Brown Director of Admissions and Financial Aid

Mr. Matthew Brown is the Director of Admissions & Financial Aid at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry in Rochester, NY. Much of Mr. Brown’s professional experience is in higher education. Mr. Brown earned his Bachelor of Arts in Politics from The Catholic University of America and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration from SUNY Brockport. Mr. Brown resides in Farmington, NY with his wife, Andrea, and they have a beautiful daughter named Ella.

Matt can be contacted for all questions related to admissions, programmatic opportunities, scholarships, and financial aid.


Lisa Lickona, S.T.L. Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology

Lisa Lickona comes to St. Bernard’s after serving for eight years as Editor for Saints at "Magnificat," where she researched and wrote daily on the lives of the saints. She has written and spoken widely on issues in theological anthropology and culture from the perspective afforded by Pope John Paul II’s theology of the body and his “new feminism.” Her most recent work includes co-editing "The Relevance of the Stars: Christ, Culture, Destiny" by Lorenzo Albacete and a chapter for "Clerical Sexual Misconduct II: A Foundational Conversation." She has published essays in "Humanum," "Catholic Social Science Review," and "Ave Maria Law Review." Lisa earned her B.A. at the University of Notre Dame and holds the Masters in Theological Studies and Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family. She has lived with her family in upstate New York for fifteen years, where for several years she operated a micro-organic farm and organized a local farmers’ market.


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