Magazine Archive

In the footsteps of Paul
Biblical scholar will retrace apostle’s path by Sadie Fenton '10 Dr. Steven Bridge Theology profe...
Alumna’s work with Hispanic community in Maine is her calling
Small and determined, she walks toward the altar as if drawn by the pull of a greater purpose. At the Spanish-language Mass where she assists - and in all her efforts elsewhere - her purpose is to honor the dignity of each human being, no matter their nationality or green card status. It...
Online meditations for busy students
Note: Sr. Sylvia Comer '62 is the campus pastoral minister and was director of Campus Ministry for 17 years. T...
Thomas Merton photos
Photograph of Thomas Merton by John Howard Griffin. Used with permission of the Merton Legacy Trust and the Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine Univ...
New chaplain joins Saint Joseph's family
Relieving the blues one hour at a time Can a simple course assignment improve your patient's mental health? This spring, several Saint Joseph's College nursing students found out the answer to that question when they chose a service learning project that addressed soci...
Commencement speaker brings global perspective
Mercy's ministry of advocacy at the United Nations Sr. Deirdre Mullan, R.S.M., director of Mercy Global Concern at the United Nati...
Mary Anne Wallace ’63
On the waterfront: a ministry of presence The Seafarer's Friend is just what it says. Lonely sailors working the oil tankers ...
John Paul II Center
Leading Theologian To Speak At John Paul II Center Event Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete, friend of John Paul ...
“Joy in the Truth”
Catholic higher education conference This fall a group of Saint Joseph's faculty, administrators and students attended a fascinating an...
Sisters of Mercy prayer inspires professor’s choral work
SUSCIPE My God, I am yours for time and eternity. Teach me to cast myself entirely into the arms of your loving provide...
A time for every purpose
Father John Tokaz, Saint Joseph's beloved chaplain, will be leaving in June for a new assignment According to Father John Tokaz,...
Talk - an interview with Father Lou Phillips
Father Louis Phillips teaches “The Reflective Educator” online for the M.S. in Education degree. This summer, he taught it on campus as well. He is the rector of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland, ...
The tradition of Judeo-Christian Tradition
Welcome to the core curriculum's religion class “I didn’t really know what to expect,” says Kathleen Gilbert ’14 when asked about her class called Intro to Judeo-Christian Tradition. “I’m not really religious … so I didn’t know much about the Bible before I took the...
New Chaplain joins Mercy Center staff
Saint Joseph’s College has appointed Rev. John McHugh, O.F.M., Cap., as campus chaplain. An ordained Catholic priest and Capuchin Franciscan F...
Sister Anne Fitzpatrick ’64, RSM
“To be is a blessing” Sr. Anne Fitzpatrick ’64, RSM, has written a Centennial prayer for the College.
Miracolino: searching for a little miracle
How a four-leaf clover in far off Bosnia revealed a measure of faith for this professor
Sisters of Mercy Founder Honored with
Bronze Sculpture
A new bronze sculpture of Catherine McAuley welcomes visitors to Xavier Hall.
Movies and Religion: A Match Made in Heaven
MaryAnn Sheridan uses film to help students understand religious faith. According to renowned Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese, in his life there are only two things: movies and religion.
College Names New Online Theology Director and Certificate Programs
Dr. Patricia Ireland has big plans in store for Saint Joseph’s online theology program.
Counting on the Council
Theology professor Dr. Daniel P. Sheridan on the significance of the Second Vatican Council.