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It takes a Village (A): Life on the Hilltop for Chaplains and their Families

If you live in Village A, you might occasionally see something out of place. On days when the weather is warm and the sun shines, two small girls, dressed as carefree princesses, might be found dancing around on a rooftop, … Continue reading

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God in All Things…Even SaxaNet (CIR Series No. 03)

This blog post is part of a series of reflective pieces written by various Chaplains-in-Residence. The Chaplains-in-Residence play a special role in the lives of students on campus – particularly in their adjustment to college residential life. In this series, the Chaplains-in-Residence share how … Continue reading

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A Reflection on My Years at Georgetown (CIR Series No. 02)

This blog post is part of a series of reflective pieces written by various Chaplains-in-Residence. The Chaplains-in-Residence play a special role in the lives of students on campus – particularly in their adjustment to college residential life. In this series, the Chaplains-in-Residence share how … Continue reading

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Who is Penny Lane? (CIR Series No. 01)

This blog post is the first in a series of reflective pieces written by various Chaplains-in-Residence. The Chaplains-in-Residence play a special role in the lives of students on campus – particularly in their adjustment to college residential life. In this series, the Chaplains-in-Residence share … Continue reading

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Come For The Snacks, Stay For The Conversation…

Every single week my roommate and I look forward to the emails sent from our Harbin Chaplains in Residence (CIR), advertising what kind of treats they are offering us. And, as always, we leave our busy school-work-piled desks to go … Continue reading

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