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'Humanity' in animals

We humans like to think of ourselves as “like gods” who are superior to the real God’s other creations. We use the word “animal” as an insult, calling the most depraved among us “animals” when it is we “enlightened” humans who consciously and willfully lie, steal, insult, hurt, scheme, plot, plunder, and murder for profit or pleasure. 213 more words

God's Creation

How Moving Out of College is More Stressful than it Sounds

It’s finals week here at Bona’s and there’s this rule that you have to be moved out within 24 hours of your last final. Sounds easy enough, right? 330 more words

Spring Weekend at Bona's

St. Bonaventure has it own less chaotic version of Fred Fest. This event is campus sponsored and there’s yummy food and fun activities.

When I first heard of this event I had heard its a weekend where everyone on campus drinks all weekend long. 229 more words

Meditation

Morning Offering.

APRIL 25, 2017

“Since happiness is nothing other than the enjoyment of the highest good, and since the highest good is above, no one can be happy unless he rises above himself, not by an ascent of the body, but of the heart.” 195 more words

Pope Paul VI

Columbiettes of St. Bonaventure visit Ave Maria

Below are pics (courtesy of Camille B.) of Columbiettes visiting Ave Maria. Ave Maria, Florida, United States, is a planned college town currently under development in Collier County, near Immokalee and Naples.

St. Bonaventure

From St. Bonaventure to the Big Leagues; Connor Grey's experience in the pros

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Connor Grey, a former pitcher for the St. Bonaventure Bonnies, said playing for the Bonnies gave him a better chance to play against better competition. 487 more words

WHM Profiles: Before We Wrap Up...

Before we wrap up our series of profiles for Women’s History Month, we have one last “emerging” voice we’d like to recognize: Emerging Civil War Correspondent Emily Losito, whose work this month made our series of profiles possible. 337 more words

Emerging Civil War