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With approximately 140 students, Sacred Heart School of Theology is North America’s largest Catholic seminary focused on preparing men over 30 for priesthood. Sacred Heart’s expertise ensures a rich, rewarding and effective formation experience for older men, while rigorously following the Program of Priestly Formation, 5th Edition. More than 40 bishops and religious superiors entrust their seminarians to Sacred Heart. Our core program is our accredited Master of Divinity Program. About 100 seminarians, with an average age of 43, are in this program. Roughly 40 non-seminarian students are in other programs. The school, founded in 1932, is an apostolate of the Priests of the Sacred Heart. It’s located in Hales Corners, a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

ATS Member Status: Accredited

7335 South Highway 100
PO Box 429
Hales Corners, WI 53130-0429

Phone: 414-425-8300
Fax: 414-529-6999

Jan de Jong, President and Rector Ph: 414-425-8300
Raul Gomez, Vice President for Academic Affairs Ph: 414-529-6977

Denomination: Roman Catholic

Fall 2010 Data:
Enrollment: 144 (127.0 FTE)
Faculty Full-Time: 10
Faculty Part-Time: 11

Approved Degrees: MDiv, MA

Comprehensive distance education program: no

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  1. Sacred Heart has wonderful and caring professors. Unfortunately some do not know how to teach. There are wonderful theologians, but their pedagogical and people skills are sorely lacking. They know their subject matter, but not how to teach it. Most drown the good that could be gained by students with busywork. Unrealistic amounts of reading material, class projects, group projects and presentations make it a “work for the grade” type of experience, rather than a learn for the sake of the Church or your vocation. Having obtained my MDiv here, I would not recommend this institution if you truly want to learn. You will find yourself dedicated to busywork and flying by the seat of your pants.

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