“If God is for us, who can be against us?” So the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio has asked (as its motto) since its inception in 1888. In that time, almost two thousand Catholic priests have been trained here, via two academic divisions: the College of Liberal Arts, which offers bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and humanities, and a School of Theology, designed for more advanced study. PCJ is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, and the 145,000-volume A.T. Wehrle Library contains the latest and most relevant information possible; it’s held in esteem as one of the seminary’s “strongest assets.” In general, the college’s formation programs center upon four aspects of development of self within the Church: human, spiritual, intellectual and pastoral. But PCJ realizes God’s intent that life should be well-rounded, and thus provides resources beyond study, for indoor recreation (a swimming pool, weight room and gym) as well as outdoor (tennis courts and athletic fields for several intramural sports programs.) Health and counseling services are also on-hand to help with managing academic stress. Pontifical College Josephinum stands above the crowd as the ideal way for hundreds of faithful to fulfill their spiritual missions!