Recent graduate Kimberly Gonzalez and University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner discussed Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz’s role as a feminist educator in 17th century Mexico City Wednesday in the University Chapel.
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Fathers are not always kind and kings are not always generous. Yet, images of fathers and kings are often used to depict the physical appearance of God in the Western world.
Perhaps the most anticipated occurrence to recently envelope the local Roman Catholic community is the pilgrimage of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a patron of hope for Mexicans, specifically.
” … I will honor and cherish you, in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer …” For many years, the traditional wedding vows have served as a verbal announcement and binding of a couple’s promise to one another. That testimony of love has unfortunately lost its […]
I have never been strong in my faith as a Catholic, that is no secret. Ask anyone of my friends or family, and they will tell you I have requested to work on Sundays to avoid having to attend mass.
For the last four weeks or so, students have congregated in the University Chapel to complete Confirmation classes.