Tag Archives: Interfaith

White Noise

Have you ever noticed, quite suddenly, that you’re immersed and surrounded by the buzz of stress and anxiety? When you notice that, what do you do? Earlier this week, I realized quite literally how the static of stress can creep up … Continue reading

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Cura Personalis Ad Salutem Hominum

The last event of this year’s Jesuit Heritage Week featured a panel discussion on the meaning and value of a Jesuit education from the perspective of an administrator, a professor, a current student, and an alumnus. After the panelists had … Continue reading

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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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The Importance of Awareness: A Reflection on the CM Student Leadership Retreat

The Campus Ministry Student Leadership Retreat is an annual, interfaith overnight opportunity for leaders from across our programs. Students share and build upon existing involvement through community formation activities, skill-based workshops, development discussions and reflection. No matter how many different … Continue reading

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The Perfect ESCAPE Weekend

The last time I went to the Calcagnini Contemplative Center, I packed my bag full of worksheets, practice exams, and review problems—I think I even brought my calculator in tow. I had a midterm on Monday and was leading an … Continue reading

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