We strive for community everywhere: in our churches, in our families, with our friends, and in our cities.
When philosophers like Plato and Aristotle reasoned about the Supreme Good for man, they always knew it had to do with living together with others. Before Adam and Eve ate of the fruit, God spoke to the intrinsic good of community in saying, “It is not good that man should be alone.”
At Saint Constantine College, we curate community together. Our Residential Houses provide undergraduate students with a home in which community can be fostered — right next door to campus. They are places where students can step into adulthood among friends.