Category Archives: Reflections

When Was the Last Time Your Heart Was Broken?

As part of Jesuit Heritage Week 2018, we had the pleasure of hosting Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director of NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, for a Dahlgren Chapel Sacred Lecture. Sister Simone shared with the community her reflections on … Continue reading

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Finding Community with Jewish Life at Georgetown

Shaun Ho is a sophomore majoring in Regional and Comparative Studies. Before coming to Georgetown, I never imagined I would be involved in any aspect of Jewish life in college. Yet today, the Jewish community is the most important part … Continue reading

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The Things We Value and Strive For

Paul Rochford is a sophomore in the College majoring in History and minoring in Russian and Jewish Civilization How has this semester been for you so far? Returning to Georgetown at the start of this semester, I was excited to … Continue reading

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Finding Community Through ESCAPE

Dajour Evans is a sophomore in the College and an ESCAPE leader. The Dajour from this time last year had it more together than I do right now. At that point in my life, I was a few months into … Continue reading

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Let the Music Capture You

Eva Lucchino is a junior in the college majoring in English and minoring in History and Theology. What does it mean to you to be a cantor? Ever since I was a little kid I have loved singing at Mass. … Continue reading

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