During Jesuit Heritage Month, meet Ken Homan, S.J. (G'25), a Jesuit brother whose passion for woodworking connects to his research, faith and a new project for Jack the Bulldog.
Campus Ministry’s Press Pause series offers a weekly contemplative practice from diverse faith traditions, creating a space for respite and reflection for students of all faith backgrounds.
Georgetown has named its chapel in Copley Hall in honor of Sr. Thea Bowman, a Catholic religious sister who fought for racial justice and for a more inclusive Catholic Church.
Students and alumni share how a core Jesuit value has shaped them in unexpected ways—from a lightning bolt moment on a campus bench to experiences in a student-run asylum clinic.
Interfaith student groups and alumni helped create a new meditation center on the Hilltop for members of Dharmic spiritual traditions—the first of its kind on a U.S. campus.
Shacharit (morning) service. Weather permitting, all services are in Dahlgren Quad behind Healy Hall. High Holy Day offerings are open only to Georgetown students, faculty, and staff from all…
Ma’ariv (evening) service. Begin the season right! Pray, reflect, and receive your Rosh Hashanah gift bag. Weather permitting, all services are in Dahlgren Quad behind Healy Hall. High Holy Day…