The Cardinal Newman Liberal Arts Project is a lay initiative seeking to establish a baccalaureate curriculum inspired by Newman’s Idea of a University.
Founded in fidelity to Christ and His Church and the call of Vatican II for greater lay witness in contemporary society, the Cardinal Newman Liberal Arts Project exists to further teaching, research, and learning in the abiding tradition of Catholic thought. The CNLAP takes as its mission the sponsorship of a liberal arts curriculum dedicated, as articulated by Ex Corde Ecclesiae, to the advancement of human culture, the promotion of dialogue between faith and reason, and the formation of men and women in the intellectual and moral virtues of the Catholic faith.
We do most of our lectures and classes at the
Ambrose House of Studies
736 East Cork Street
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49001