Nate Romano, S.J.

Staff Attorney
Milton R. Abrahams Legal Clinic
School of Law, Creighton University

More about me:

I am currently a Staff Attorney at the Milton R. Abrahams Legal Clinic at the Creighton University Law School, where I supervise Senior-Certified Law Students working with low-income residents of Douglas County in a variety of civil legal issues.  In addition, I teach a seminar on “Faith, Morality, and Law” here in the law school.  This is my first year at Creighton. 

I am a Jesuit Scholastic Regent, meaning I am in the formation process leading to ordination.  I’ve been a Jesuit for a little over 5 years now and am blessed daily by the vocation God has called me to.  Prior to entering the Society, I earned a BA in History and Political Science from Marquette University, a JD from the University of Wisconsin and practiced criminal and family law in the Madison, WI area.   When not Regent-ing around, I enjoy a good meal and conversations with friends, Creighton soccer, and have been known to sneak in a few video games when able.

Writing these reflections:

A reflection is not just a few scattered thoughts, a summary, or even a critique or exegesis. Rather, it is a chance to be with God.   It is a prayer.  To spend time listening with God, sitting with God, being with God, and then processing that out.  It is humbling to know that I have the chance to share this prayer, however limited and imperfect it might be.  When I was a novice, a priest shared with me how he prepared with Scripture:  “Give me a word for your people, O Lord, of whom I am one.”  This, I think, is the best way to enter into these reflections, and I hope that, as I do these reflections, I can make this prayer my own. 
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