Monthly Archives: April 2014

Justice Matters: Our Interdependent Hemisphere

Professor Nick Uliano leads an ECG 100 course examining the hemisphere justice issues of migration and human rights. Students are asked to think about the political, social, economic, and cultural ties that exist between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.  Through … Continue reading

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Mother Cabrini on the Virtue of Hope

Faith should engender hope, which is simply confidence in Jesus; confidence by which we expect from Him all the graces necessary for our sanctification and for the eternal possession of Him in heaven.  Hope multiplies strength a hundredfold.  It anticipates … Continue reading

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Justice Matters: “Reacting to the Past”

Professor Paul Wright leads the ECG 100 course Reacting to the Past, Engaging the Present: Justice in Practice and Professor Richie Gebauer leads the ECG 100 course Justice and the Common Good.  Both of these Engagements with the Common Good … Continue reading

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Women and Spirit Exhibit

“Three years before Ellis Island opened, a seemingly frail sister from Italy arrived in New  York. Frances Cabrini had hoped to go to China, but Pope Leo XIII had instructed her: “Your China is in the United States.”  Thus read … Continue reading

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Justice Matters: The Power of Documentary Films

Professor Janice Xu leads the ECG 100 course The Power of Documentary Films. One of the Engagements with the Common Good courses, this course looks at documentary as a storytelling medium and examines the social and historical forces that impact … Continue reading

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Hope

Faith should engender hope, which is simply confidence in Jesus.  Hope multiplies strength a hundredfold.  “I can do all things in Him Who strengthens me”. Submitted by:  Frances Conwell, Manager of Payroll

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