Students of all religious and non-religious backgrounds can explore spiritual life at Georgetown. These students found their faith deepened through community connections, academic study and encounters with other faith traditions.
Two faculty members describe how their faith has guided them to navigate different worlds, reconcile seemingly opposing ideas in their professions and scholarship and discern the best path toward justice.
Arjun Ravi (C’22) has worked with leading quantitative researchers of criminal justice, engaged with community advocacy groups and rode along with police officers to research technology and social justice.
We spotlight community members tending to their artistic, physical and spiritual lives, demonstrating Georgetown’s commitment to holistic well-being and educating the whole person — mind, body and spirit.