Happiness at UD Series - Post 3

April 17, 2018

It’s been evident to me that for many faculty, staff and students there is a bar set for success and the people who choose to come to UD want to meet that for themselves and for others...

Mass on the Grass

April 17, 2018

Celebrating mass outside invites us to spend time with God in prayer as we contemplate the beauty of His creation.

IMRI Weekly Features: April 16, 2018

April 16, 2018

There is a variety of resources from All About Mary being featured this week. Two items look into consecration and another into knots in Mary's garments. Read more about all of the interesting topics.

Mary in the News: April 11, 2018

April 11, 2018

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also, see International Marian Research Institute news and updates.

College Faculty in the News: April 11, 2018

April 11, 2018

Assistant Professor Chelse Prather, Department of Biology, is making national news with her research on the impact of bugs the size of tiny twigs on the rainforest.

A Creative Way To Pray

April 11, 2018

Art Prayer is a way to use my love for art to grow in my relationship with God.

Staging ‘Spectacle’

April 10, 2018

When Blessed Fr. William Joseph Chaminade called on Marianists to be a "spectacle of saints," he probably never envisioned his words becoming the chorus of a rousing musical number, complete with costumes, sets and choreography.

Women Standing Strong, Building Bridges

April 09, 2018

The Miryam Award, which is sponsored by Campus Ministry’s Center for Social Concern, is inspired by the many “Marys” of the Old and New Testaments. We are drawn into the desire to express our full selves through the example of Miriam, the prophetess, who, in Exodus, leads the people in a dance of joy upon crossing the Red Sea.

IMRI Weekly Features: April 9, 2018

April 09, 2018

This week's focus is on Mary and the Annunciation. This year, due to March 25 falling on a Sunday during Lent, the Annunciation is being celebrated on Monday, April 9.

A Story Behind a Story: The Ohio Roots of Willa Cather’s Characters

April 06, 2018

Two French priests in Ohio — Jean-Baptiste Lamy and Joseph Machebeuf — were the inspiration for the main characters of Willa Cather’s famous 1927 novel 'Death Comes for the Archbishop.'

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