Monthly Archives: September 2014

Va, dillo al tuo Gesù (Go and Tell Your Jesus)

“Faith increases, fear decreases.” That popular bumper sticker slogan is so Twitter-friendly in brevity that it is only a matter of time before it becomes a hashtag darling. Just imagine it: #IncreaseFaithDecreaseFear. Like most hashtag antidotes to life’s ills, it … Continue reading

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Reflecting on an Education of the Heart: Carrie Nielsen

When asked to describe what the phrase “Education of the Heart” means to her, Carrie Nielsen, Assistant Professor of Biology said: “I teach environmental science because I want students to make connections between their actions and the world around them. … Continue reading

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Cabrini Mission Corps, Radnor, PA

Following two weeks of orientation for their year of  service, three of the missioners returned to Radnor, PA where they will be serving at Cabrini College. An important component of their year is community, sharing prayer, meals and life with … Continue reading

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CHRISTIAN REVOLUTIONARY ACTION: THE CASE OF FATHER MIGUEL HIDALGO

In his seminal document on human development, Populorem Progressio (1966), Paul VI made the following startling statement: There are certainly situations whose injustice cries to heaven. When whole populations destitute of necessities live in a state of dependence barring them … Continue reading

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Mother Cabrini the “Guinea Pig”

Among today’s most vocal anti-immigration, pro-deportation activists, you are certain to find some Italian Americans. Some of the vitriolic language these anti-immigration Italian Americans employ, or at least endorse, is reminiscent of what Mother Cabrini heard herself in this country … Continue reading

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Reflecting on an Education of the Heart: John Brown

When asked to describe what the phrase “Education of the Heart” means to him, John Brown, Associate Professor of Mathematics said: “I think of the words of Christ in Luke’s gospel, ‘Much will be required of the person entrusted with … Continue reading

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