As disciples of Jesus Christ, we in the Mount Carmel Theology Department are called to continue His mission in the Church by proclaiming His Gospel to our students.
Rooted in the Roman Catholic community and the Carmelite tradition, the Mount Carmel Theology Department seeks to spread the Gospel and make the kingdom of God present through the intellectual and spiritual cultivation of faith among our students.
Drawing on the Carmelite tradition, through the study of theology our students should develop skills necessary to bear witness to the presence and love of God, live a life of active service to others, and boldly proclaim the dignity of al people as created in the image of a loving God. As theology teachers, we hope that out students will be courageous witnesses to the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the rest of their lives.
The Carmelite charism includes a deep commitment to justice, peace and the integrity of God's creation (JPIC). As Carmelite educators we have been given the responsibility of assisting our young men in living out this important part of their four year journey at Mount Carmel.
In response to our Strategic Plan's call to "heighten our Catholic and Carmelite Identity and Mission" and to "expand our service learning opportunities for students to express their faith in action" we are implementing a Carmelite service program called IMPACT.
Theology Department Faculty
Mr. Daniel Burke
Theology; Theology Department Facilitator; Cross Country; Scholastic Bowl firstname.lastname@example.org