Come celebrate our graduates!

Baccalaureate Mass for the Class of 2016 Friday, June 17, 7:00p.m., St. Anne’s Chapel, Rev. Richard Berg, CSC, presider. All are invited Baccalaureate Mass, followed by a festive social gathering, is a time-honored academic and religious ritual dating back to the 15th century.  It is celebrated the night before Commencement, and is an [...]

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We’ve been busy these past weeks

Many thanks need to go out to our university community. Since mid-January we have collected dozens of gloves which were donated to a local shelter to assist those who [...]

Mississippi pictures and information

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We are very excited to announce our first Marylhurst University Mission trip!  We will be taking a small group of students, staff, faculty, alumns, and friends of the [...]

Mass of the Holy Spirit

Last week we celebrated our annual Mass of the Holy Spirit.  About 100 members of our community were present for the celebration.  We were blessed with the presence of our [...]

University Ministry Events

Happy October! During the first week of classes University Ministry hosted two events. On Monday, September 24th we celebrated Mass with Archbishop John Vlazny.  The [...]

Welcome Back!

I hope that this new academic year is filled with good things for all of our students, faculty, and staff.  Learning is exciting and exhausting. Some days everything [...]

Happy Summer

Summer is always filled with expectations -- maybe we remember the long summer vacations of childhood and hope that we'll feel that sense of freedom this summer.  Maybe we [...]

More Thoughts on Human Trafficking

May 11, 2012A diverse group of about 25 -- students, faculty, and staff joined together on Tuesday, May 8th to learn more about Trafficking.  We learned about local Human [...]

President Obama’s Easter Message

(Easter) is an opportunity for us to reflect on the triumph of the resurrection, and to give thanks for the all-important gift of grace. And for me, and I'm sure for some of [...]

Lent

This Wednesday Christians begin the season of Lent. The word "Lent" actually means springtime. Growing up I always thought that had to do with the season -- since Lent comes [...]

Spring?

We've been blessed with amazing weather these last few days -- today not so much. It seems like life is often that way -- we have times where all seems to go well, the sun is [...]