Author Archives: Campus.Ministry.Communications [Organization]

Honoring the Powerful Feminine

Recently, Georgetown’s Dharmic Life and Hindu Student Association celebrated Navarātri, the Hindu festival celebrating the powerful feminine. In India, where the festival is most prevalent, the celebration takes place across nine nights (the word Navarātri means ‘nine nights’). I attended … Continue reading

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Sharing the Journey with Immigrants

Recently, Mission and Ministry welcomed Sister Donna Markham, president and CEO of Catholic Charities USA, to campus as the latest speaker in the Dahlgren Chapel Sacred Lecture Series. Markham’s talk, Sharing the Journey with Immigrants: A Reflection on Human Goodness … Continue reading

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Jesuit Values Panel 2018: In Service of the Greater Good

Each year the New Student Orientation (NSO) organizing committee invites Campus Ministry chaplains to present an interreligious dialogue on the university’s Jesuit values on the Saturday night of NSO weekend. This panel conversation introduces the incoming class to these guiding … Continue reading

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Living out our Jesuit Values: A Series

At the start of this semester, our chaplains gathered together to speak to the Class of 2021 about the University’s Jesuit values and how they shape life at Georgetown. Over the next five weeks, we will be posting a series … Continue reading

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From the Hoya: “Schenden: Life as Pilgrimage”

“I was asked while on the Loyola retreat whether it was necessary to travel abroad in order to experience life as pilgrimage. While physical travel surely provides opportunity for the transformative experience of life as pilgrimage, St. Ignatius recognizes that … Continue reading

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