Heather Fryer uses her gifts as an historian to reveal some surprising patterns in the immigration story in the U.S. Understanding our history can help us understand the forces within us all which tend to resist “aliens” in our land.
Matt Holland's presentation on The DePorres Club was an interracial group of young people who used non-violent methods to confront and change discriminatory policies in stores, factories and businesses who refused to serve minorities.
Fr. Greg Boyle, S.J., one of the most inspiring Jesuits in the country, spoke with us at Creighton to help us better understand what he discovers working with the gangs of East Los Angeles.
Commencement Address of Fr. Greg Boyle, S.J.
A Special Evening of Reflection on
Chris Lowney draws from the Ignatian tradition,highlighting self-leadership tools for making good decisions, for getting results every day, and for seeing the broader purpose in one's work.
Don Doll, S.J. provides a retrospective of his life's work at the publication of his third and newest book, A Call to Vision, A Jesuit’s Perspective on the World.
Fr. Peter Henriot, S.J. is an internationally respected Jesuit researcher, speaker and writer on Social Justice, Globalization and Africa, who came to the U.S., from his current home in Zambia, to give the keynote address: "Justice in Africa: On Whose Terms?" at Creighton University.
CU Alums Margaret Hoarty and her husband, Tom, spent six weeks in the late summer of 2012 walking the Camino de Santiago. Over the 450 mile trek, they prayed and walked and met other pilgrims from around the world.She illustrates memories of a treasured journey with her husband where they encountered God in a very real way.
Rooted in her experience as a wife and mother and grounded in her experience in the Catholic and Ignatian tradition, Mariana helps us reflect upon how Lent can be a time of real renewal for us all.
Three Creighton members of the Ignatian Colleagues Program travelled to Nicaragua, as part of the immersion experience required by that program. They shared their journey with us here.
A culmination of a year long research project with subsequent research over a decade to capture the routine trials and conflicts of the severely poor. Together we take a journey as we discover a transformation from intolerance to solidarity and the individuals and circumstances that take us there.
Nine Creighton University students share their stories from their Fall Break Service and Justice Trips with faculty and staff. These nine students were among 140 students who went to 30 sites across the country.
Kerry graciously Skyped with our two reading groups on the Creighton Campus. Watch her share her experiences of the book and her reflections on it since. With each group, Kerry was very personal and inspiring to us.
Faculty Conversations: Eloquence in Jesuit Education
A presentation by Fr. Gary Smith, S.J. at Creighton University
A Jesuit Jubilee Presentation recognizing the 450th anniversary of the death of Ignatius of Loyola and the 500th anniversary of the births of Francis Xavier (the great world missionary) and Peter Favre (the great giver of the Spiritual Exercises).
A talk by Fr. Paul Coutinho at Creighton University on the worldwide reading group: How Big is Your God?
125 Years of Jesuit Lay Partnership in Omaha with the very Reverend Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.
A Reflection on the Passion of Christ from a Physician and Believer, a presentation by Dr. Gerard J. Stanley, Sr. M.D.
Province Days of the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus celebrates with multiple presentations on Spirituality from Fr. Janos Lukacs, S.J., Sr. Marian Cowan, CSJ, and Fr. Hector D'Sousa, S.J.
Six members of a delegation (see list below) from Creighton recently attended a Heartland-Delta Faculty Conversations weekend. They spent two days discussing this topic with colleagues from Jesuit universities in the Midwest and South. On Wednesday, April 3 they shared their experiences at a panel discussion.
Fr. Rick Curry, S.J.
Cardoner at Creighton, celebrates service with this presentation on April 7, 2011.
A Three Part Talk by Larry Gillick, S.J. and Greg Carlson, S.J.
A Talk by Fr. Larry Gillick, S.J. on Shame
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton and Bruce Gagnon give a presentation on "StratCom's Role in the Militarization of Space: An Update and Catholic Response".
NBC political analyst Tim Russert gave the commencement address during Creighton University’s morning commencement on Saturday, May 13, 2006.
Mary Ann Vail presents a talk on grief: Seeking God When We Seem Lost in Grief"
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