Christendom celebrated the achievements of seventeen graduate students on July 31, awarding Master of Arts in theological studies degrees to this year’s Graduate School graduating class. Three graduates were also awarded Advanced Apostolic Catechetical Diplomas.

Alumnus Fr. Michael Baggot, LC, celebrated this year’s Baccalaureate Mass, during which each graduate received their diploma from Executive Vice President Mark Rohlena and their academic hood from Graduate School Dean Dr. R.J. Matava.

Following the conferral of degrees, graduate Casey Brusnahan delivered this year’s commencement address, inspiring her fellow graduates to evangelize in the world.

Graduate Casey Brusnahan.

The seventeen masters of arts degrees were conferred on Elisabetta Anelli, Joanne Margaret Mary Baker, Richard G. Barfield, Bruce Brand, Nathaniel James Broguiere, Casey Lynn Brusnahan, MaryRose A. Deppershmidt, Hannah Graves, Isaac Meloy Kassock, Sister Teresa Liu, SDSH, Meagan Montanari, Joseph Anthony Nieves-Serrano, Vladimir Rudenko, Raymond John Swider, Jr., Emmanuel Tsz Chun Tang, Nykole Lee Willmore, and Gregory Eugene Witherow.

Advanced Apostolic Catechetical Diplomas were  also awarded to Meagan Montanari, Joseph Anthony Nieves-Serrano, and Vladimir Rudenko.

For Montanari, her Master of Arts and Advanced Catechetical Diploma come in addition to earning her Bachelor of Arts degree from Christendom as well in May — all while battling cancer.

Graduate Meagan Montanari.

To learn more about Christendom’s faith, flexible, and affordable graduate school offerings, please visit graduate.christendom.edu.

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