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Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving

How can we be thankful in the world we live in? How can we think about Thanksgiving in its idealistic and realistic context? What does a Christian have to say about this?

Lenten Lessons
Lenten Lessons

Kendra Clark challenges popular views of Lent and invites us to consider other ways of acting during the Lenten season. What has your Lenten practice been? What do Kendra's words invite you to consider?

Passive or Passion
Passive or Passion

First year student and Campus Ministry blogger Aidan O'Neill introduces a new verb and wonders what it means to actually live your faith.

Bearing Fruit in Winter
Bearing Fruit in Winter

Sophomore Kendra Clark offers a gentle nudge to action in your faith life through the symbols of winter in this first blog entry of 2014.

We Wish You an Ironic Christmas
We Wish You an Ironic Christmas

Aidan's back with a reflection on the irony of Christmas. Perhaps ironically, he wrote it during Advent. We hope you enjoy reading this and will let us know your thoughts on Aidan's and other blog entries contained herein.

What are my roots?
What are my roots?

A reflection on the challenges and graces of staying centered and motivated in a fast-paced college environment.

Who's Calling Me?
Who's Calling Me?

Molly Walker, a sophomore and campus ministry eucharistic ministry intern, shares her answer to the question, "Who Is Calling Me?" from this week's Weekly Wednesday Worship.

Where am I?
Where am I?

In this week's blog entry, Niki Amundsen talks about her struggle to maintain her faith after things didn't go as expected as she began at SCU.

Identity Crisis
Identity Crisis

First year student Aidan O'Neill talks about redefining himself in college in one of this week's entries in the Reaching Within blog. Aidan and two other students will be blogging for us regularly throughout the year.

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