My name is Katie Moffett and I am the Director of Communications at the College of Saint Mary Magdalen. The reason I am reaching out to you today is because I have read your blog and know you are a faithful Catholic with many faithful readers. My hope in writing to you is to inform you about the College and see if you would be willing to help spread the message about our school to your readers.
Established in 1973 as a residential, Catholic liberal arts college in Warner, New Hampshire, the College of Saint Mary Magdalen (www.Magdalen.edu) seeks—through the rigorous study, discussion of primary texts, and its vibrantly Catholic student life—to call our students to the life-long pursuit of intellectual and moral virtue, following Christ who is the source of all virtue.
The College of Saint Mary Magdalen is one of only 20 colleges in the U.S. to be named to the Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College (www.theNewmanGuide.com). The College seeks to serve her students, their families, and the greater Church by providing a premiere Catholic, Great Books,liberal arts education rooted in a vibrant, traditional, liturgical, and sacramental culture. This education is complemented by attention to the fine arts, a course of studies in Rome, and preparation for professional life calling all within her collegiate community to a life of faithful discipleship.
A Collegiate Program is offered by the school during the summer to give prospective students a brief taste of the College’s academic, community, and spiritual life. Many of our Summer Program participants return every year because of the great friendships and memories they have made during their short time spent at the College.
As a faithful Catholic in pursuit of the Truth, it is my hope that you would be willing to help us spread the message about our school and its mission, and inform your readers we are still accepting applicants for our Summer Program and 2013-2014 Academic year.
Please feel free to reach out to me directly with any questions, and I encourage you to look at our website as that will give you more insight into the College’s curriculum and community. Also, should you choose to post something on our behalf feel free to take excerpts from this letter or our website.
Finally, I extend the invite to visit the College, take a tour, attend Mass, and sit in on a class any time if you are in the area and classes are in session.
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