Dear Future Cortinian, Welcome to the family! Your year will be full of ups, downs, and all sorts of experiences. A comforting fact is that you are a part of the Cortina family and support system. The key to making your college experience great is to have an open-mind and be flexible. Don’t be… Continue reading Letters to a Future Young Cortinian: “Vocation”
Watch this video by Walter Bruggemann to hear a new perspective on the idea of "resurrection". What needs to die an be raised in your life? In your family? In your community? In your church? In our nation? In our world?
Two weeks ago my formation group had the incredible chance to help set up a home and greet a family of refugees from Bhutan. The family is Karin, a minority in Bhutan, and had been living in a refugee camp in Thailand. The government puts out a list of what every refugee family needs when… Continue reading Sarah’s Reflection on Service: Being a Part of a Welcoming Home
“If you tremble with indignation at every injustice, then you are a comrade of mine.” - Che Guevara I’ll preface this by saying that my political beliefs have been nearly everywhere on the spectrum. Currently, according to my voter registration, I am non-partisan, but judging by my hair, piercings, and undying love for Conor Oberst,… Continue reading Molly’s Defense of Beauty: The Transcendence of the Animal Nature