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Find Hope, Humility in Jesuit Election: Part of the “As This Jesuit Sees It” Series

Written by Rev. Matthew Carnes S.J., an associate professor of Government and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies. This article originally appeared on October 14th, 2016, in the Hoya and can be found online here. “As This Jesuit Sees It” appears … Continue reading

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Hoya Faith Groups: Exploring Faith in Community

For the second consecutive semester, Campus Ministry is supporting Hoya Faith Groups (HFG) for those students that are interested in exploring their faith in a communal setting. From “Jedis and Jesuits” to “Spirituality and the Arts,” and a study of … Continue reading

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Mass of the Holy Spirit: Refreshment and Renewal

Every year, we begin the school year by partaking in the Mass of the Holy Spirit. If you’re like me, you’ve attended the Mass before; it’s a sort of reunion where we come together as a faith community to start … Continue reading

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M1: Retreats Are for Med Students Too!

What sets Georgetown apart from other medical schools is its sense of community. A spirit of solidarity and commitment to collegiality is present every day. Going forward from the moment Dean Stephen Ray Mitchell addresses first year medical students at … Continue reading

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World Youth Day 2016: A Pilgrimage to Peace

Since arriving in Kraków, Poland, I have struggled to describe the experience I had while in JPII and St. Faustina’s great city. Back stateside, I always answer, “Poland was amazing!” when people ask about the pilgrimage, and I always feel … Continue reading

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