I'm really unsure of where I should have put this post, but this seemed like a decent spot.
Now, I feel a true vocation to joining in the New Evnagelization of the Church and I'm looking for a wonderful university in the Midwest with a great Catholic Studies program. There is nothing more exciting to me right now than getting wrapped up in the Church and just learning absolutely everything about it. However, my girlfriend's aunt was an alum from this university back in about the mid-80's. She said she did not enjoy it. She always mentions that the teaching was far from being dogmatically sound and that it was up to you to be sure to tote your Catechism to ensure you weren't being told false information. I just recently toured the school, and the admissions counselor had nothing but good things to say about the Jesuits and lay people in the program, however.
This scares me. I'm only nineteen and, though I have a great Catholic dogma base to run off of from a recent conversion and four years in Catholic high school, I want to be taught the deeper constructs of the faith by a group of Professors who can thoroughly, accurately, and lovingly profess the faith.
I was wondering if anyone within the CAF has attended UST in Minnesota and what they thought of the Catholic Studies. Was it dogmatically and faithfully correct?
Thank you for any answers and help.