“To be truly catholic is not merely to be correct according to an abstract universal standard of truth, but also and above all to be able to enter into the problems and the joys of all, to understand all, to be all things to all men.”
Thomas Merton, Conjectures of Guilty Bystander, Doubleday, New York 1966
The word “Catholic” stems from the Greek language and means “all-encompassing”. This idea serves as the central principle of our house. We focus on maintaining an open community where young adults can support and be there for each other. In our house, we not only strive to share the diversity of our various cultures, but also to foster appreciation for each other as human beings. This, to us, is the meaning of being “Catholic”.