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Campus and Community May 16, 2024
Out of the Vault for Reunion Weekend

 Visiting alumni can peruse rare books, a student-curated exhibit and more during a Marian Library open house.

Faith/Mission May 13, 2024
The Day the Sun ‘Danced’
A 106-year-old message from Mary at Fatima still calls humanity to peace, prayer, repentance, and mercy
Faith/Mission April 29, 2024
Mary in Zeitoun: Silent Presence

Mary’s silent appearances in Egypt remind us that a connection with God is what matters most.

Libraries April 23, 2024
Blue Army: Joining the Ranks of Our Lady

A 1950s leaflet inviting membership in a crusade against communism carries the image of a notable apparition and gives evidence of American Catholic anticommunist sentiments in that era.

Faith/Mission April 15, 2024
Mary's Call at Cana

Learn about one of the latest donor-funded additions to the Marian Library’s art collection and how it connects with the life of faith in the Marianist spirit.

Libraries April 01, 2024
In Perspective: Mary in Catholic Education

What did Marianist education look like in the 1950s? There are many answers, but this optical illusion takes some time to come into focus.

Libraries April 01, 2024
Scan-tastic Tech

A high-end book scanner is available to Marian Library patrons.

Experiential Learning March 25, 2024
Making an Impression

A student-curated mini-exhibit from a new mini-course connects hands-on learning to a hallmark Marian Library collection.


Faith/Mission March 25, 2024
Many Ways of the Cross, One Resurrection

Artists and authors provide unique ways to connect with the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection through the Stations of the Cross in the Marian Library’s collection. Artist Jaqueline Romo’s The Passion of the Monarca Migrante print series is currently on display at Roesch Library.

Experiential Learning March 19, 2024
Skills for a Lifetime

Student employees reflect on the lifelong skills they are acquiring through experiential learning in the Marian Library.