Joanna - August 02, 2016
The post graduate classes have been both educational and enlightening. I find myself enjoying this scholastic adventure as an adult far more than I did as an undergrad. I've had the excellent opportunity to meet tremendous people who share the same passion for education and growth as I do.
Mary-Kate Kaminski - July 18, 2016
Hello Ravens! My name is Mary-Kate and I am thrilled to take you all along for the SGPS Global Studies trip to Oxford. Students from the Undergraduate, SGPS, and University of the Science undergraduate students as well as Global Studies Staff are heading to the UK in just 17 days! We are all so very excited!
Emily Siegel - July 18, 2016
It was an incredible experience to hear the rich scholarship on this typically marginalized group. I am so grateful to the SHCJ for encouraging me to better understand the missions and work of our own Sisters in comparison to the other Orders of Sisters in North America. I look forward to making sure the histories of Sisters of the Holy Child are projected into the future and never erased.
Tawni Waters - July 08, 2016
First of all, you are some of the best things about our lives. We love teaching you our precious craft. We love listening as you expound on the virtues (or follies) of the Hemingway, Joyce, Walker, Atwood you’ve just read. We love watching your work evolve during the time that you are with us. We love hanging out with you and hearing about your life. We love learning from you.
Sr. Jeanne - June 01, 2016
Every year the feasts of Pentecost, the Blessed Trinity, and Corpus Christi, and the Sacred Heart arrive on the calendar very near to Commencement, week after week. I noticed that fact many, many years ago when I was a student myself. Those feast days were a sign summer was close at last! Then as a young Religion teacher, I missed the chance to talk with students about these feasts since they were either gone or on the way out. If still there due to an early Easter, they were not willing to humor me telling them how deeply the Spirit lived within them and how amazing – to believe in one God with three natures, yet united and connected as one Love.