Tag Archives: Mission and Ministry

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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From the Hoya: “Bosco: Unite in Celebration of Differences”

“The Spirit always draws out this tension. There is a latent desire in each of us to reduce that which is foreign into simple categories, so that we can justify our differences — well, he’s Muslim, she’s Jewish, we are … Continue reading

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Howard Gray, S.J. Graduation Examen 2017

“Hello, Graduating Seniors…” Outgoing Vice President of Mission and Ministry, Fr. Howard Gray, S.J. sat down this week to share a short reflection based on the Jesuit Examen with graduating seniors, inviting graduates to express gratitude for the most meaningful … Continue reading

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Papal Nuncio, Archbishop Christophe Pierre celebrates Mass at Dahlgren Chapel

Like most Monday mornings, I woke up, made myself breakfast and did some homework. I was midway through the semester, and used to my routine by now. Around 11:30, I went upstairs, put on a dress and headed to Dahlgren … Continue reading

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What We Carry With Us: Part of the “As This Jesuit Sees It” Series

Written by Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J., an Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies  at Georgetown University. This article originally appeared on April 11th, 2017, in the Hoya and can be found online here. “As This Jesuit Sees It” appears every other … Continue reading

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