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How much does the religion of the school factor into daily life?
You can tailor the experience to personal preferences - it can fall on a gradient ranging from a huge part of daily life (daily mass, confession, visiting monks in the monastery) to being absent, minus walking past the church on campus.
Religion does not factor into my daily life at school.
Not much at all, but if you choose to, it is definitely available
I had to take some religion courses, but overall the religion of the school factor does not play a big part in my daily life. Some students are religious and others are not. It is not a big deal either way.
I was accepted and asked the same as a non-denominational Christian. the girl there said it's not big which was great cause Catholicism's traditional, boring personality can push people away
As an atheist, I thought the religious aspect of Villanova was overwhelming. Orientation includes a mass, there is a year of required theology (thought it would be an objective analysis of religion but was more "Jesus did this-Jesus did that" as if it's all proven fact, and my common room had pews instead of chairs. I certainly would not call religion absent on campus, not by any means.
The religious aspect of Villanova affects your experience as much as you want it to. Your level of involvement with campus ministry and such is up to you. Religion does often come up as a topic in class, but all opinions are always welcome and encouraged.
As a catholic, I'm pretty excited about being able to do daily Mass and such if I end up going t Villanova
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