From leading Tuesday night mass to being the only Jesuit clown on campus, the Rev. John Naus is one of the most recognizable faces on Marquette’s campus.
Naus has focused on making life more enjoyable for those around him throughout his 48 years at Marquette, no matter what his job title.
“If you find out what you really love to do, you’ll never have to work another day in your life,” he said.
As part of the Tribune’s partnership with Student Media Interactive, Naus shares some lessons from his life with SMI reporter Carolyn Portner.