Universities: Joint & Separate

In keeping with the educational ecumenism of the day, more and more U.S. divinity schools are abandoning their cloistered solitude for the richer dialogue available at large universities. Latest illustrations of the trend: the faculty of Woodstock College, a Jesuit seminary in Maryland, voiced the wish to affiliate with the Yale University Divinity School and move to New Haven, subject to approval by Rome; and the Colgate Rochester Divinity School, an interdenominational institution, decided to join hands with the University of Rochester. In both cases, a student-faculty exchange would occur; in each,...

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