Faith and Life: Medicine

In a panel discussion, hosted by the of Office of Dominican Catholic Identity, three medical professionals shared with students how their faith intersects their professional lives. Brian Credo, MD, joined Dominican alumnae Madeleine Guerin, MD, ’82 and Marie Adorno, PhD, RNC ’78 and shared with students their experiences in the medical field. Following their presentations was… Read More

All Saints Day Reflection

Madison Bertucci, ’20 This past summer, I had the privilege of going on a mission trip to Atlanta with my CYO. It was an incredible experience, but one of my favorite parts was listening to the guest speakers. Something that really stuck with me from a talented speaker’s talk was the quote, “Your faith begins… Read More

Students Attend Production of “Tolton: From Slave to Priest”

Student Preachers and members of Students for Human Dignity and Diversity in Action attended Tulane University’s presentation of the 90-minute, one-person play, “Tolton: From Slave to Priest,” that immortalizes on stage the life of Father Augustus Tolton, a former slave who is the first recognized American diocesan priest of African descent. The Archdiocese of Chicago… Read More

May Crowning Reflection

  Abigail Haydel ’18 There is a saying that stuck with me when I was becoming a Eucharist Minister, and I wanted to share this phrase with the whole student body so all of you can apply it to your daily lives. Listen to these words carefully: “Talk to God like He is your best… Read More