Marquette Wire

MU discussion group reflects spirit of Ignatius

Special to the Tribune

October 4, 2012

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By Catelyn Roth-Johnson Special to the Tribune The importance of reflection, prayer and service is the weekly focus of the Ignatian Collegians, a Marquette program for undergraduates of any faith that revolves around discussi...

Marquette Welcomes Rev. Nicholas Santos and Dr. Michael Dante

Jennifer Zahn

September 20, 2012

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Marquette has been welcoming an influx of new Jesuits and religious experts to campus this year, including the Rev. Nicholas Santos and Dr. Michael Dante. These two will fulfill integral roles within the Marquette community as...

West coast Jesuit shares ‘Homeboy’ mission

Kelsey Massey

March 22, 2011

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The Rev. Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, will speak about his organization’s work with Los Angeles gang members at Eckstein Hall’s Appellate Courtroom Wednesday night. The event, “Tattoos on the Heart,” is...

What it takes to live the Jesuit life

Kelsey Massey

November 2, 2010

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They teach our classes, celebrate our Masses and counsel us on a daily basis as hall ministers and priests. Even though they have been on campus for more than 100 years, there is much that students don’t know about Jesuits. The Society of Jesu...

Jesuit pursuit

Tony DiZinno

April 8, 2010

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“I don’t care what I teach next year. I just want the opportunity to walk along the path of each one of my students during these important years of their life.” These words, uttered by Greg Bonfiglio — then a 23-year-old scholastic in the late ...