Tag Archives: Immersion

Red Cloud High School Teams with Georgetown Prep and Georgetown University, Advocating to Reroute the Dakota Access Pipeline

Last month, the first-ever delegation from Red Cloud High School attended the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington, D.C. While there, four students from the Jesuit-run high school located on the Lakota reservation in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, also … Continue reading

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My Penultimate Jewish Life Retreat

The semi-annual Jewish retreat is always an event I look forward to. Georgetown often gets a bit too hectic, and disconnecting from it for 28 hours is a great way of stopping to look back at the semester, appreciate the … Continue reading

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Every gift for ESCAPE will be doubled this year

Every gift for ESCAPE will be matched dollar for dollar this year.  Please give today to help enhance this important campus ministry program for freshmen and transfer students. Our Georgetown Mission & Ministry community has been presented with a unique … Continue reading

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A Safe Space for Women in Faith

Now, perhaps more now than ever, it is so important for the university to provide safe spaces for students to discern and reflect. Interfaith dialogue is essential, and the university’s many chaplaincies demonstrate this beautifully. But often we, or maybe … 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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