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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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In our Hands: Jewish Life Student Initiatives

The Talmud teaches that God laughs when God’s own children surpass Him (excuse gender). L’havdil* this semester I find myself smiling from a very deep place in my heart as I watch how enthusiastically and capably Jewish students are steering Jewish Life … Continue reading

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Finding God in Gaston Hall

There are certain moments in life when you look around and the presence of God just makes itself so abundantly clear. Jesuit Heritage Week opening mass was most definitely one of those moments. Hearing all the incredible voices sing in … Continue reading

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Rev. Greg Schenden S.J.’s Final Vows

Last Saturday we concluded Jesuit Heritage Week when Fr. Greg Schenden professed final vows in Dahlgren Chapel.  When I look back and reflect on that day, I am surprised to find that what strikes me most is the idea of … Continue reading

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Justice and Mercy in Jesuit Aid: a Pairing of Panels

As a part of Jesuit Heritage Week, we held two panels, one on Jesuits and Justice in D.C., and one on Jesuit Service in Latin America. I was particularly struck by this piece of advice from Sr. Diane Roche, one … Continue reading

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