Faith, Justice

The Syria Series//A Prayer for Syria//Tony Homsy, SJ//

Tony Homsy is a Syrian Jesuit. He is currently a student at Creighton University in Omaha where he studies Digital Journalism and Computer Sciences. He wrote this prayer which was read today during a Prayer Vigil for Peace in Syria at St. John's Church. The text has been copied from The Jesuit Post.  Jesus, my friend,… Continue reading The Syria Series//A Prayer for Syria//Tony Homsy, SJ//


Tuesday Newsday [3.26.13]: A prayer.

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments about Proposition 8 in California, the gay marriage ban. Tomorrow, it is hearing arguments about the Defense of Marriage Act. For many of our friends, neighbors, and strangers, this is the most important two days in the history of the United States Supreme Court. In Tuesday… Continue reading Tuesday Newsday [3.26.13]: A prayer.


THINK: Neighborliness

Alright, so the following list was found in an article on Sojourners. The title of the article is "Neighborliness is the New Sexy." The tone that is created because of calling neighborliness "sexy" seems a little silly--but nonetheless, the ideas hold. So, you don't have to be concerned with sexiness to be concerned with your… Continue reading THINK: Neighborliness

Faith, Humans of Cortina

Monday Meditation: On “Bedroom Window Spirituality”

Last year we had a dear Jesuit on campus. His name is Michael Rossman. Lucky for us, he is a tremendous writer. Below is an article he wrote for the Jesuit Post and has so graciously agreed to let us re-post it here: Just off the airplane that had carried me from Instanbul to Dar es Salaam,… Continue reading Monday Meditation: On “Bedroom Window Spirituality”

Some Thoughts

Unconventional Thoughts on Prayer

If you've ever sauntered into the CCSJ, you may have met the one and only Michael Rossman, SJ. Something you may not know about him is that he is an avid blogger for a site called "The Jesuit Post." You should check out this article that he wrote entitled, Everything I Know About Prayer I… Continue reading Unconventional Thoughts on Prayer