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Samantha Vosters '10, '20 CSMA works to battle poverty at the Riverwest Food Pantry in Milwaukee.
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Students explore the cultural, political and economic aspects of what they studied over a J-Term trip to Mexico, and examined how they related to Catholic social doctrine.
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Sarah Spangenberg '14, '19 MAT looked to shift her attitude from consumer to steward by cultivating a spirituality of eating.
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Angie Vognild   author
In the Winter 2019 issue of LOGOS, Sister Albert Marie Surmanski, OP’s “St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Feminism and Eternity: In Conversation with Sister Elizabeth Johnson” examines how many of the contemporary feminist theologian’s concerns are legitimate and echoed in the thought of the 19th century Carmelite.
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Michael J. Naughton, Ph.D./ Catholic Health Association of the United States

The common good is one of those terms that most of us think we understand until we start talking about it. Our conversations too often become platitudinous and moralistic, feeling more and more abstract and vague. As one health care executive said to me, "How would I know if the common good bit me?"

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Danielle Wong/Tommie Media

After extensively studying Hopkins through a class last spring, the four students presented papers they had written about Hopkins’ poems at the Gerard Manley Hopkins Society of Jesus Conference in May in Jerusalem.

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Danielle Wong/Tommie Media

It’s not every day that students get the opportunity to sit down with a Supreme Court Justice – especially one such as Clarence Thomas, who is known to shy away from the public eye.

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