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Remembering Fr. Rick Curry, S.J.

It was a typical Sunday evening in Dahlgren Chapel, the Chapel Choir was busy rehearsing for the 9:30pm Mass, and student coordinators were preparing for the liturgy. As I was directing the rehearsal of the anthem, I glanced to my … Continue reading

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When Things Come Up: 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 March 14th, 201, in the Hoya and can be found online here. “As This Jesuit Sees It” appears every other … Continue reading

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Embracing Our Essential Love

Go ahead. Type it in. Those four little letters – L O V E. Having just done so myself, 7.5 billion Google results  popped up on my screen. That’s a whole lotta love. So, with Valentine’s Day today, and so … Continue reading

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Advent: A Continuous Reminder of the Call to Prepare

Sometimes I feel like most of my thoughts are consumed by waiting rather than preparing. To wait is to “stay where one is or delay action until a particular time or until something else happens.” As a child, I sat … Continue reading

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