Category Archives: News

Tomorrow’s Election

Members of the Georgetown Community: We are quickly approaching the conclusion of one of the most bitter and divisive election seasons in recent memory. We have heard from many members of our campus community who are deeply concerned about the … Continue reading

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Georgetown Earns Prestigious White House Honor for Interfaith Community Service

Oct. 31, 2016 – The university has won the White House’s Interfaith Community Service Award for fostering meaningful relationships among its community members of differing faiths and backgrounds. The award, recently announced by the Corporation for National and Community Service … Continue reading

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A New Aron Kodesh, a Torah Ark, for Jewish Life

I began working as a part of Jewish Life in Campus Ministry at Georgetown about one month ago. One of the first stops on the tour of places I had to see was Makóm, the space in the Leavey Center … Continue reading

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Inspired to Create a New Podcast Initiative: Here Comes “Hilltop Chats”

It was June 10, 2015 and my girlfriend and I were returning from a post-graduation vacation to the Dominican Republic when I received the phone call. It was Dr. James Wickman offering me the position of Coordinator for Ecumenical Christian … Continue reading

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The Circle of Companions: Fr. Mark Luedtke, SJ

The following article was originally posted by Midwest Jesuits and can be found online here. Father Mark Luedtke, SJ, encounters Christ wherever he goes. “I believe we meet Christ in places both familiar and new throughout our lives,” he explains. “I … Continue reading

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