For our students, so much happens during this crazy game we call “college”. Between all the “likes”, “tweets”, basketball games, crushes, relationships, friendships, emails, club meetings, coffee dates, service projects, intramurals, and of course, school, students in college are constantly navigating the game of busy, busy, busy, busy. As I write this article, I look
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CLC Poster Christian Life Community Become, Believe, Be Sent The hunger for wholeness is a life-long desire for us humans. Our activities, spirituality, relationships, job, religion, are means to a greater understanding of our vocation — the response to the desire for wholeness God has placed in our hearts. It is difficult to embark on
By Matthew Kiernan, ‘11 As a senior, my career at Gonzaga has been filled with many amazing blessings and opportunities. These include friendships, classes, retreats, sports, and many other surprises. I have spent time talking with several other friends about the crazy idea that soon we will be leaving our friendly confines and being challenged
Growing up, Advent was always closely associated with Christmas, getting presents, decorating the house, and making Christmas cookies. But once I was old enough to realize that Advent was actually the preparation, the few weeks leading up to Christmas, the traditions surrounding the two seemed to naturally separate. Advent provides us a time to stop
It’s that time of year again; the students are settling into classes, club events are beginning, and campus life is getting busy. With the beginning of each new year comes new challenges, friendships, joys and struggles. Yet as things change from year to year, there are certain traditions that remain strong. One of the greatest
By C. Hightower, SJ Moms and the summons home In our Cul-de-sac , 11th Court, parents, (okay, moms), just yelled out the window to their children when it was time that work or play was done for the day. But in Pierce Court, two blocks away, not only did the court have a real name
By: Michelle Wheatley Each year, more than 1500 students participate in a University Ministry retreat, liturgy or program in response to Gonzaga’s challenge to pursue excellence in all areas of life. These students, guided by Gonzaga’s distinctive mission to educate the whole person, seek to integrate spirituality with their desire to serve others and discover
Old Man Winter has arrived in Spokane, Wash., which has some of us feeling the seasonal blues.
We start with the term Magis. It is a simple definition; however, it requires one to incorporate its meaning into one’s everyday life through prayer.
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