Service & Spirituality

  • A Dreamsicle job

    A Dreamsicle job

    Sharon M. K. Kugler ’81, 2 Aug 2015

    The first woman, first layperson, and first Catholic to serve as chaplain at Yale University explores leadership, faith, and the place of Good Humor in chaplaincy. And yes, she does mean ice cream.

  • A common home

    A common home

    David DeCosse, Edwin Maurer, and John Farnsworth, 22 Jul 2015

    “Laudato Si” gives a comprehensive critique of our climate crisis and a vision for the future.

  • 5/23/15

    5/23/15

    SCM Staff, 1 Jul 2015

     Commemorating the beatification of Archbishop Óscar Romero.

  • Dr. Jerome

    Dr. Jerome

    David DeCosse, 2 Jun 2015

    A Father’s Day essay: SCU’s director of campus ethics programs, David DeCosse, learns to love a father who could only love back on his own terms.

  • Acting to end homelessness

    Acting to end homelessness

    Michael Engh, S.J., and John A. Sobrato '60, 26 May 2015

    Can we eradicate homelessness? We have the data—and strategies for action.

  • The meaning of mercy

    The meaning of mercy

    David DeCosse and Luis Calero, 13 Feb 2015

    A Q&A in the Mission Church with Cardinal Rodríguez, one of the most influential leaders of the Catholic Church today

  • The fragility of faith

    The fragility of faith

    Michael C. McCarthy, S.J. ’87, M.Div. ’97, 1 Feb 2015

    Or, how can a thinking person still believe in God?

    Winter 2015

  • Rebound

    Rebound

    Mitch Finley ’73, 1 Feb 2015

    Lessons from the court and the chapel in dealing with addiction, mental illness, and some of society’s most despised. A journey with Liz Bruno ’82, M.A. ’86.

    Winter 2015

  • La verdad

    La verdad

    Mary Jo (Hull) Ignoffo ’78, 3 Nov 2014

    Historian Mary Jo (Hull) Ignoffo ’78 talks about the 1989 UCA massacres in El Salvador and how she helped tell the story of witness Lucía Cerna.

  • Hearing the cry of the poor

    Hearing the cry of the poor

    Ron Hansen M.A. ’95, 15 Oct 2014

    The murder of six Jesuits and two women in El Salvador in November 1989 marked a turning point in the country’s civil war. What do they have to say to us now?

    Fall 2014