Category Archives: Office Blog






In Gratitude

As a senior who is graduating in less than two weeks, reflection over the past four years and deep, grateful nostalgia have been consuming most of my time. It doesn’t seem real that soon I’ll be an alumna of a university that has taught me the true meaning of a faith that does justice. In [...]

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Hello from the Communications Team!

    Hello! My name is Austin and I am one of the Fantastic Five on the Communications Team. I am excited to immerse myself in more programs hosted by SCSJ and forming new relationships. It’s a pleasure to create digital and printed graphics that are shown around campus. Graphic design can be challenging, but [...]





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Go Forth

“While none of us could take the people and places we love with us, it’s the words that echo forth from them that make the going and grieving purposeful, that charge it with meaning: ‘Go forth and set the world on the fire.’” ~ Senior and Student Coordinator Anna Ferguson reflects on going forth from Creighton University in [...]


Weekly Update May 2 – May 15

Saturday, May 2 Mass in Spanish Misa en español! Están todos/as invitados/as! Fr. Renzo Rosales, S.J., will preside. Please come and bring friends and family!There will be delicious appetizers and some social time in Campus Ministry after Mass. Todos/as son bienvenidos/as. Mass will take place in Swanson Hall Chapel at 6:00pm. Please contact Campus Ministry [...]

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Weekly Update March 01- March 27

Sunday, March 01 World Cafe Dialogue: Unpacking Race All Creighton students, faculty and staff are invited to engage in a campus-wide dialogue on the implications of race in the Creighton community, facilitated by the Werner Institute. Due to the February winter storm, the event was rescheduled for 3:00pm in the Skutt Student Center Ballroom on [...]


Weekly Update February 20-27

Friday, February 20 Spring Career & Internship Fair Career Fairs are the easiest way for recruiters and students to meet face-to-face and discuss students’ goals and information to reach those goals in the corporations, organizations, available internships, graduate volunteer and full-time positions represented at the fair. The fair will be held in the Harper Center, [...]

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Weekly Update: February 6-13

Friday, February 6 Ignatian Retreat for Faculty in the Health Professions This is a silent retreat in the Ignatian tradition that will be held at the CU Retreat Center in Griswold, IA. Fr. Larry Gillick, SJ and Fr. Greg Carlson will be leading this retreat, with brief presentations throughout the weekend. Meals and housing provided. [...]


Pedro Arrupe: An Exemplar We Can Relate To

Pedro Arrupe is the Jesuit that I know most about, thanks to Dr. Bergman, social justice exemplar himself. Arrupe’s relationship with God, and his relationship with people, is something that everyone can aspire to. Oftentimes social justice exemplars serve as these sort of out-of-this-world moral standards that are so obviously unachievable by the average person, [...]

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Weekly Update: December 12 – January 30

Friday, December 12 Donations for Siena/Francis House The Creighton Center for Service and Justice will be collecting donations for our neighbors at the Siena/Francis House. Any items will be accepted especially toiletries, kitchen, clothing, paper products, and house-keeping/linen closest items. Visit their website for more information about specific items to donate. Donation items can be [...]


Weekly Update: November 12-16

Wednesday, November 12 Keneflick Salvadoran Martyrs Film Series: “Roses in December.” Join us for the screening of ‘Roses in December,” third film in this series of commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Salvadoran Martyrs. The Kenefick Chair in the Humanities is proud to host a Film Series Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Salvadoran Martyrs. [...]


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Remembering the Saints

We who walked in the darkness of doubt; Darkest and deepest down, down down… We who sought to catch just a moment of your presence; Chasing the wind, gasping for air, drowning, down, down, down… You, Lord, have called us:  Voices and grandfathered whispers off yellowed pages, Guides in the desert, faceless faith still being [...]


Weekly Update: October 17 – November 2

Friday, October 17 Sustainability Council Meeting Are you interested in one or more facets of the sustainability movement but are not sure how to get involved? Come to the next Sustainability Council meeting and learn about how you can be involved – as much or as little as you’d like. The meeting will be held [...]


Weekly Update: October 10-17

Friday, October 10 1st Annual Lay Ministry Day In celebration and recognition of lay ministers at Creighton University and in the Archdiocese of Omaha, we invite you to join us for this special day.Keynote speaker, Fr. Thomas Rausch, SJ, will present his talk “Pope Francis, and his Hopes for the global Church”.There will be a [...]


Mercy & Forgiveness

When someone hurts you, most of the time our initial reaction is anger. We get upset at the fact something bad happened to us because of another person’s action(s). Usually, if it was a complete stranger that hurt us it is easy to let go and move on. We vent about it to our friends [...]

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Food to End Hungers

I have to admit, this past month of weekly fasting has been difficult for me. I’ve slipped up a couple times- forgetting what day it was, grabbing a meal with friends, or just going about my daily routine. I’ve become so used to what I have, that I don’t actually realize what I have. However, [...]

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