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By Gail Finke It’s the little clay baby in the manger—or maybe the empty manger, waiting until Christmas morning for the figure to appear. It’s the watchful figures of Mary and Joseph (“Mary always has to go on Jesus’s right, and Joseph always has to hold a lantern or
On Sunday, November 12, 2017 an overflow of the faithful at the University of Dayton’s Immaculate Conception Chapel celebrated Mass commemorating National Black Catholic History Month.
Monday April 3rd Gonzaga came up short against the North Carolina Tar Heels, losing 71-65 Saturday April 1st: Gonzaga defeated South Carolina 77 -33 Gonzaga heads to the Final Four A note about Gonzaga. Gonzaga is a Jesuit University in Spokane Washington, founded in 1887. Gonzaga has approximately 7.500 students.
Sunday, April 2 Noon, Mass celebrated by Cincinnati Archbishop Dennis Schnurr, Chapel of the Immaculate Conception 2 – 5 p.m. Student-led social and service activities, Stuart Field Monday, April 3 10 a.m. – noon Faculty and community symposium: “Shared Expertise for Shared Solutions,” Kennedy Union ballroom 1:30 – 3
This weekend there are several events in the Dayton Area surrounding The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament to start on Tuesday March 14th. Are you ready to shoot some hoops and want to learn something new? Is tinkering, building and creating something awesome your thing? Then there’s an event just for
The Rev. François Rossier, S.M., executive director of the University of Dayton’s International Marian Research Institute, one of the largest international centers of study, research and teaching on Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, has died. He was 59. The University will hold a Memorial Mass for Rossier at 5
La Salle High School has announced that Pat McLaughlin has accepted the position of head football coach. McLaughlin, who is the President of the Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association (SWOFCA), comes to La Salle after spending 2016 as the head coach at Princeton High School where he led the Vikings
Catholic schools: communities of faith, knowledge and service By Susan Ferguson The University of Dayton Center for Catholic Education (UDCCE) seeks to collaborate with Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and across the country to form communities of faith, knowledge and service. Inspired by our Marianist roots, this has
Discerning vocation can be a daunting task, but the University of Dayton’s senior Chaminade Scholar Honor students met this challenge head-on in by hosting The Art of Being: What Does Vocation Really Mean? Through a vast array of interactive experiences within the conference, senior Chaminade Scholars demonstrated how faith, reason