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Campus and Community January 11, 2022
Our Chapel Replicated

A popular Nativity in the Marian Library contains a miniature homage to the University of Dayton's Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.

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Campus and Community December 19, 2021
Christmas Coloring Activities
Color your way to Christmas with these printables from the Marian Library for the last week of Advent.
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Campus and Community December 12, 2021
Sharing the Joy That Is ‘At the Manger’

Straight from the Stuart and Mimi Rose Gallery to your screen, enjoy a selection of this year's At the Manger: World Nativity Traditions exhibit.

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Libraries December 06, 2021
Saints Alive!

St. Nick makes an appearance on a fragment of liturgical music in the Marian Library.

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Campus and Community December 05, 2021
The Nativity Narrative

Accompanied by Nativity imagery, Brother Raymond L. Fitz, S.M., reads aloud from the Gospel of Luke.

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Campus and Community November 30, 2021
At the Manger 2021

This popular annual exhibit highlights artists' representations of Christ's Nativity through many cultural lenses using a wide range of media and techniques.

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Campus and Community November 28, 2021
Christmas E-Cards for the First Week of Advent

Created by the Marian Library with Nativity images from our collections, these e-cards were made for you to share.

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Faith/Mission November 23, 2021
Apparition Anniversary: Kibeho

Forty years ago, a series of Marian apparitions began in Kibeho, Rwanda. Joan Milligan shares details documented by a Rwandan priest, and a photo journalist's images illustrate the pilgrimage's popularity.

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Campus and Community November 22, 2021
‘Count Your Blessings’

A poem from the All About Mary website and images from the Marian Library and the U.S. Catholic Special Collection kindle thoughts of grace and gratitude.

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Libraries November 15, 2021
Making History: Primary Sources and Black Catholic History Month

Primary sources and other materials in the Marian Library and the U.S. Catholic Special Collection create opportunities for inclusive teaching and research during Black Catholic History Month and all year.

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