We love and grieve…

The Marylhurst Community along with the Creative Source of All that Is weeps with sadness and grief in the wake of the horrific events that occurred in the night of June 12th in Orlando. While our prayers are with all the loved ones of the deceased, we also extend prayer and comforting hands to all our friends, families and neighbors reeling from this [...]

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Interfaith Dialogue – You’re Invited!

The following is taken from the flier announcing a talk with Sr. Cecilia Ranger, SNJM, PhD on Tuesday November 17th in the auditorium at Mary's Woods at 2:30pm. One of the [...]

Beginnings….

Our school year has begun, rich and full with hope and possibilities. New and returning students are welcomed with joy. They pursue educations that will have a positive impact [...]

Do you believe? Why or Why Not?

"Some of the most reverent people I know decline to call themselves religious. For them, religion connotes belief. It means being able to say what you believe about God and [...]

Catholic Social Teaching

Summer Blessings, I've been asked by several people to update the information I posted a while back regarding Catholic Social Teaching. The underlying theme in all Catholic [...]

Baccalaureate Mass

If you are graduating, or just want to support our graduating class, you are invited to attend the Baccalaureate Mass on Friday, June 13th at 7:00 p.m. The Mass will be held [...]

Delicates Drive

January 11th was Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Once again Marylhurst is joining forces with the Junior League of Portland to collect new underwear and bras for girls who [...]

Thinking about Service and Social Action

November is a time to give thanks for what we have and a time for us to reach out in service to one another. There are many opportunities to engage in service in and around [...]

Happy Founders Day!

Today's blog was written by Sister Carole Strawn, snjm -- University Communications, Thanks Carole! Today is the day in 1859 when the first Holy Names Sisters arrived in [...]

Teresa of Avila

Today is the Feast of Teresa of Avila. Teresa was a 16th century Carmelite nun. She wrote several texts on prayer and because of her unique and profound insights she is one [...]

Welcome to Cohorts Gatherings 2015-2016

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Schedule:  Master of Arts in Applied Pastoral Theology (MAAPT) & Master of Divinity (MDiv)  Cohort Classes & Ritual/Events . Each cohort weekend includes three [...]