Articles tagged: Catholic
Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life continues to draw controversy, sparks petition
Georgetown’s annual pro-life conference, the Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life faces criticism once again due to its name and speakers.
Georgetown Community Pursues Hope Through Faith
The usual clamor that accompanied a Sunday on the Hilltop was gone. Georgetown was uncannily quiet after the university announced its transition to virtual classes. Yet, those still on-campus were... Read more
Sister Simone Campbell addresses Catholic social justice in Sacred Lecture Series
Sister Simone Campbell, executive director of NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, discussed the public element of spirituality on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 in Dahlgren Chapel. The event, titled “From... Read more
The Darkest Night
Everything I needed to know in life, I learned from Batman. Ok, everything might be a stretch. What I mean by that statement is that of the countless memorable lines... Read more
Soul Searching: Navigating Georgetown’s Catholic Identity
“Everyday and every generation of students and faculty here, we carry that inherent tension between being a university in all its fullness, and being Catholic and Jesuit."
Don’t Stop Believing: The Catholic perspective on Georgetown’s religious identity
Early yesterday afternoon, three unidentified men approached the front gates and set up camp in Healy Circle. They carried black signs with white lettering that read “Repent and Believe the... Read more