Values address how we go about our work – the posture we intend to embody and encourage.

Charity The greatest of these is love. – St. Paul

Humility Both as interior and intellectual virtues

Curiosity How little we know, how eager to learn! – Sir John Templeton

Prudence Not the false meaning of cautiousness, but rather wisely engaging knowledge, ethics, context, opportunity and need altogether.  Aquinas named prudence – The cause, measure and form of all virtues. 

Awe An appropriate sense of awareness of God’s place and ours in a vast and

wondrous cosmos 

Economy Thrift, stewardship

Respect We will respect people, their beliefs and their work while manifesting a robust accounting of the same.