Our winter courses are the perfect choice for anyone seeking continuing education. Visiting students, non-degree students, and auditors are welcome.

Winter Classes at Nashotah House: An Update
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions on travel, and our commitment to the safety of our community, Nashotah House has adjusted its winter plans in the best interests all. Contingent on space limitations, visiting students and auditors are welcome.

Nashotah House is observing all the best practices recommended by the CDC and the directives of the State of Wisconsin. Please be aware that changing local conditions and State of Wisconsin mandates may result in changes in plans. Participants should make their travel plans understanding the tentative nature of our current circumstances and prioritizing their own safety and the safety of others.


Lectio Divina:
Theology & Practice of Spiritual Reading

Registration Deadline: December 28th
The twelfth-century Carthusian monk, Guigo II, famously comments, “What is the use of spending one’s time in lectio continua (continuous reading), running through the lives and sayings of holy men, unless we can extract nourishment from them by chewing and digesting this food so that its strength can pass into our inmost heart?” In this course we will take our cue from Guigo’s recommendation of chewing and digesting the words of Scripture in lectio divina (sacred reading). In Guigo’s explanation, lectio divina consists of reading (lectio), meditation (meditatio), prayer (oratio), and contemplation (contemplatio). We will look at the theoretical underpinnings of sacred reading, we will discuss the actual use of Scripture by patristic and medieval theologians, and we will follow in their footsteps by engaging in the practice of sacred reading ourselves.




The Reformation for Catholics

Registration Deadline: December 28th
The goals of this course are to understand the Reformation as an integral part of the great tradition of classic Christian theology and to foster a sympathetic appreciation for its role specifically in Anglicanism. We will consider its antecedents, major voices, and its influences historically, theologically, and missionally. Some students may come better to understand their prior Christian experience.




Single rooms: from $55/night
Apartments: from $80/night

Weekly Meal Plan (Incl. Breakfast & Lunch
Monday-Friday: $90/person
Indivdual Meals: Breakfast: $10 / Lunch: $12

TO REQUEST HOUSING, EMAIL Kelly Medina (kmedina@nashotah.edu)


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