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Christ the King: Drawing Close | One-Minute Homily

Published Nov 22, 2020 in One-Minute Homily, Videos ~ Approx 1min

Today we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King. Ian Peoples, SJ, reflects on drawing close to the king who says, “Whatever you did for one of the least brothers of mine, you did for me.” Based on the readings for Sunday, November 22, 2020. I can’t really tell who that is…I think it’s Jesus? […]

Women’s and Gender Studies is Integral to My Vocation

Published Nov 18, 2020 in Blogs, Gender, Religious Life, Sexuality, Spirituality ~ Approx 3 mins

When the women’s and gender department first caught my eye, it was not just a passing, “Oh, look at that.” It was something more. It was the feeling that my mind and heart were on fire. Excited. Hopeful. Joyful. Captivated. Stirred. It felt like confirmation of what I already identified as: a feminist. The experience was what, in Jesuit lingo, we would call “consolation.” The Spirit was moving me. As I continue my studies, I continue to feel God calling me here. Read how all this has unfolded for me and my vocation, and maybe it might illuminate something in yours.

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My Vocation Story is a Tale of a 20 Year Approach/Avoidance Conflict

Published Nov 11, 2020 in Blogs, Spirituality ~ Approx 4 mins

At eighteen, I studied theology and philosophy at the University of San Diego. After graduation I still wasn’t ready to join the seminary. So, I bounced over to Boston and earned a Master of Divinity. It’s there I first met the Society of Jesus. Even so, I was still hesitant to take the dive. So, I skipped back to San Diego and began a two-year stint as a hospital chaplain. And this is just the beginning of my vocation story! Take a moment to read more and maybe uncover – or perhaps rediscover – your own journey of God’s call for you.

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