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REVIEW: Godspell

There’s something jubilant about GODSPELL playing through next weekend at Xavier University.  It won’t go down as the greatest theatrical production of the year (or even the week) but I didn’t expect it that.   440 more words


LGBT Members in Catholic Communities

By Isabella Alvarenga

Megan Tyahur never thought she would be able to join a gay straight alliance at a Catholic university.

She was raised Catholic by her family. 688 more words

Danville, Ky., resident begins Peace Corps service in Jordan

Stanzi Littlefield, 23, Danville, Ky., has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for Jordan Oct. 14 to begin training as a community youth development volunteer. 395 more words


Common Reading Experience from a First Year

Every year, the incoming first years read a book as part of the Common Reading Experience.  As a member of the class of 2018, I had the privilege of reading Tattoos on the Heart by Father Gregory Boyle.  642 more words


Sitting Together as Friends

If you are interested in the issues surrounding incarceration, join us on campus to hear from Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ about his ministry, Homeboy Industries, in LA.  1,139 more words


Lifting Up Ferguson

This prayer was used at last night’s Common Ground service as they reflected on the events of Ferguson, Missouri.

O God of Justice,
throughout the generations, 545 more words


September 13 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – September 13 *

1663 – The first known slave revolt in the thirteen American
colonies is planned in Gloucester County, Virginia. 681 more words

African American History