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Today’s Vocation

The following article originally appeared in the December 6-19, 2013 print edition of National Catholic Reporter. My thanks to Caitlin Hendel and Dennis Coday for their work in publishing the piece. It is virtually impossible to receive a Jesuit education … Continue reading

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Remembering Father Naus

How many times must one hear the same message before its point hits home? John the Evangelist supposedly spent the last years of his life leading an early Christian community in Ephesus, where he was known for sticking to a … Continue reading

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Today’s Vocation

It is virtually impossible to receive a Jesuit education without hearing about vocation. What you study, the job you will hold, the direction your future will take—Jesuits have a knack for presenting life’s most important questions as part of a … Continue reading

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You’ve Got Mail

Andy Rooney is dead. Super dead. And that leaves the rest of us with a lot of slack to pick up in the grumpy, complain-about-stuff-that-doesn’t-really-matter department. Not one to shirk my responsibilities, I am ready to step up and be … Continue reading

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