"Let it be done unto me according to Your word."

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Why Fiat?

For the Catholic Church

Fiat refers to the Latin word meaning "let it be done". It gained significance through Gospel of Luke (1:38), where Mary, the mother of Jesus, in humility, responds to the angel Gabriel's announcement of her divine pregnancy by saying, "Fiat mihi secundum verbum tuum" ("Let it be done to me according to your word").

For Rosary College

Like the Blessed Virgin Mary, we are striving to be in close imitation to her "Fiat", mainly is to seek for the fulfilment of God's will. Through the short courses that we offer, we are prayerful to contribute to its fulfillment.

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Fr. Dwight Longenecker discusses the in-depth apologetics of C.S. Lewis, exploring how the theological insights and intellectual journey of Lewis have had a lasting impression on contemporary faith conversation. He also examines the Space Trilogy and The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, emphasizing their ongoing significance in literature and spiritual contemplation. These works are notable for their deep narrative and allegorical depth. Here are the per week discussion titles:

  1. The Christian Apologetics of C. S. Lewis
  2. C. S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy
  3. The Chronicles of Narnia

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Month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

As we commemorate the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we are offering a 15% discount valid throughout the month of June 2024, on our three short courses: T.S. Eliot, Evelyn Waugh and C.S. Lewis.

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Into the Four Great Christian Writers

of the 20th Century

Explore the rich tapestry of thought, faith, and imagination woven by these iconic authors—T.S. Eliot, Evelyn Waugh, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien as you embark on a journey through their timeless works that continue to inspire and shape contemporary Christian thought.


Experience the wonder offered by Eliot, Waugh, Lewis, & Tolkien provided by two foremost Catholic thinkers: Professor Joseph Pearce & Father Dwight Longenecker, who will guide you on your journey to develop wisdom and defend truth, beauty, and goodness.
Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Board of Trustees
Father Dwight Longenecker
Joseph Pearce, Board of Trustees
Professor Joseph Pearce

Thomas Stearn (T.S.) Eliot

Discover the life, works, and impact of T.S. Eliot, an icon of modern literature, celebrated as a poet, essayist, publisher, playwright, literary critic, and editor. Dive into his enduring legacy and influence by studying our dedicated course on his remarkable contributions to English-language Modernist poetry.

Eliot, Fanny Butcher and Arthur Meeker on a meeting.
T.S. Eliot (left), Fanny Butcher (middle) and Arthur Meeker (right) on a gathering.
Richard Plunket Greene, first from the left, Olivia Plunket Greene, second from left, David Plunket Greene, holding the dog, Terence Greenidge, smoking, second from right, Elizabeth Frances Russell, first from the right, Evelyn Waugh, sitting down
Known as the "Vile bodies". Evelyn Waugh is seen sitting down.

Arthur Evelyn St. John Waugh

Evelyn Waugh is an English writer celebrated for his novels, biographies, and travel books, as well as his prolific work as a journalist and book reviewer. Join our course dedicated to exploring the depth of Waugh’s literary influence and captivating narratives.

The undergraduates of University College, Trinity Term 1917. C. S. Lewis is standing on the right-hand side of the back row. The college don in the centre of the photograph is John Behan, Stowell Law Fellow from 1909–1918, whose contract of employment was “continued for the emergency period.”
C. S. Lewis is standing on the right-hand side of the back row.

Clive Staples (C.S.) Lewis

Get to know about Clive Staples Lewis FBA, renowned as a British author, literary expert, and Anglican lay theologian. Delve deeper into his intriguing life and impactful writings through our specialized course.

John Ronald Reuel (J.R.R.)Tolkien

Study John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, an English writer and philologist renowned for his imaginative skill. Join our course to delve deeper into Tolkien’s enchanting works, including The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, and uncover the profound influence of his narratives on literature and culture.

A frequent guest at the house in the 1950s was J.R.R. Tolkien who was inspired by the Burren landscape.
A frequent guest at the house in the 1950s was J.R.R. Tolkien who was inspired by the Burren landscape.

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