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Catholic Social Teaching: Did you know that there are clear ethical teachings on justice? The main teachings concern— Human Dignity; Community and the [...]

Easter Greetings

Those of us who are Christian have two major feasts which we celebrate each year, the incarnation (Christmas) and the resurrection (Easter). I am reminded [...]

Passover and Holy Week

This coming week is a sacred week for Jews and Christians as we celebrate the feasts of Passover and the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus. These [...]

Spring Quarter

Ah, the beginning of a new term. We are all filled with the hope and anticipation of what challenges and opportunities will arrive during the coming weeks. [...]

Sabbath Time Anyone?

It doesn't matter what our faith tradition might be, or even if we have a faith tradition, it is imperative for all of creation to take time for Sabbath rest. [...]

March 7, 2011

End of Quarter Pause?As the final days of winter quarter fly past us it is easy to get caught up in the need to finish, rather than to savor the learning. How [...]

February 28th

Happy New Year,For centuries the new year began on March 1st. I find this comforting as I have yet to accomplish, or should I say attend to, any of my [...]

February

February, a time of transition from the darkness of winter to the light of early spring.  Yet there is great tension in this period of transition -- will it [...]

Founders’ Day

Thursday, October 21st marks 151 years since the Sisters of the Holy Names arrived in Oregon. St. Mary's Academy, out of which Marylhurst College (and later [...]

Please join us for the Homecoming Mass.Saturday, September 16th5:00 p.m.St. Anne's [...]