By Rev. Philip Sutherland, S.J., graduate student in the Department of Philosophy What better time is there than Advent to return to Jesus who is coming into the world and into our hearts? Now is the time to ready the manger of our hearts, to prepare ourselves for the Christ child rest within us. […]
By Ana Luci Gonzalez Nuñez, communications intern for the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion In honor of Native American Heritage Month, I took part in the Indigenous Milwaukee tour that came to life as a result of a collaboration between Marquette’s Indigeneity Lab and Historic Milwaukee, Inc. This project creates greater visibility for Indigenous […]
As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I would like to invite you into a place of gratitude. But I would like to do it in an unusual way, making use of the Universal Apostolic Preferences. I’d like to use them to help us recognize and be grateful for our own contributions to advancing the mission […]
By Rev. Philip Sutherland, S.J., graduate student in the Department of Philosophy November is when we remember those who have passed on to eternal life. On Nov. 1 we remember all the saints who have shown heroic virtue and holiness in their lives. They are an example to us all. Then the next day […]
By Fátima Jiménez González, junior in the College of Education On Thursday, Sept. 22, I became one of a small group of Latinx leaders who were able to meet with Vice President Kamala Harris during her visit to Milwaukee. As a DACA recipient living in the United States, receiving this opportunity was something I never […]
Iranian graduate students at Marquette reflect on the current situation facing women in Iran. Due to safety concerns, their names have been removed from the article. Plans are underway for deeper discussions on this topic for the purposes of education, reflection and support. Please watch Marquette Today for more information. As Iranian students, we are […]
Dr. Jay Goldberg, professor of practice in the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, shares his experience as a Jewish faculty member at a Jesuit institution.
By Rev. Philip Sutherland, S.J., graduate student in the Department of Philosophy Last month I talked about the importance of retreats. But we don’t have to leave Marquette to get quiet time with God. There are many spaces on campus that we can use for prayer and reflection. Of course, there is the St. Joan […]
By Dr. Kathy Coffey-Guenther, senior advancement officer for alumni spirituality Dear Fellow Parents: Welcome and Welcome Back! We have made it through Labor Day, and as we move back to campus, the possibilities for this new semester begin in earnest! Over these next months, our students will be challenged in multiple ways through their academic […]
Rev. Philip Sutherland, S.J., graduate student in the department of Philosophy, shares the opportunities that taking a retreat can bring. Consider joining a retreat through Marquette Campus Ministry, Faber Center, or Mission and Ministry.