• Gospel Reflections
    Gospel Reflection on Mark 10: 46-52 by Ari Velasquez

    In Mark 10: 46-52, we hear the story of Blind Bartimaeus. Jesus and His disciples went …

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  • Gospel Reflections
    Gospel Reflection on Mark 10: 35-45 by Victoria Garcia

    In this passage, James and John ask Jesus if he can grant them two places …

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  • Gospel Reflections
    Gospel Reflection on Mark 10: 17-30 by Malina Baer

    In this week’s Gospel, a man asks Jesus what he must do to inherit …

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  • Gospel Reflections
    Gospel Reflection on Mark 10: 2-16 by Eddie Olewinski

    Countless people brought their kids to Jesus so they could get close to Him and …

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  • Students Can Live Sustainably!

    Students Can Live Sustainably!

    by Sydney Coyle Students are in a unique position to make sustainable choices in their daily lives. We can choose…

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    Shout “Hosanna”

    Shout “Hosanna”

    By Anna Wolfe It seems standard to understand God as Irony Incarnate, and His irony is threaded throughout the Bible.…

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    I Am Still A Human Being

    I Am Still A Human …

    by Fabrice Lekina I was born with Cerebral Palsy, which affects someone’s motor skills. In my case, my legs are…

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    Meaning of Solidarity

    Meaning of Solidarity

    By Fr. Dan Borlik  Words can empower us?  Even show us the way…Right? Solidarity is one of those words.  A…

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    Transforming the System

    Transforming the System

    By Sydney Coyle  Solidarity and subsidiarity are vital to transforming systemically unjust systems. In times of systemic and societal violence,…

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