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Easter Triduum at Dartmouth

Easter Triduum at Dartmouth

The following is a schedule of events at Dartmouth for the  Easter Triduum.  For more information, blitz Fr. Jon at FrJon@dartmouth.edu. HOLY THURSDAY, March 28th  8pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 11pm  Last Supper Discourse & Compline GOOD FRIDAY, March 29th 2 pm Way of the Cross around […]

Pope Francis to Priests: “Go to the Outskirts”

Pope Francis to Priests: “Go to the Outskirts”

Below is the homily Pope Francis delivered at The Mass of the Lord’s Supper in St. Peter’s Basilica. Dear Brothers and Sisters, This morning I have the joy of celebrating my first Chrism Mass as the Bishop of Rome. I greet all of you with affection, especially you, dear priests, who, like myself, today recall […]

Like a Prayer: Experiencing Lent through the Prayer of St. Ephraim Part III

Like a Prayer: Experiencing Lent through the Prayer of St. Ephraim Part III

By: Ryan Birjoo ’11 “O Lord and Master of my life grant me not the spirit of sloth, despair, lust for power or idle talk. But grant on to me, Thy servant, a spirit of chastity, humility, patience and love. Yea, o Lord and King, grant me to see mine own fault and not to […]

Catholics hopeful about new pope

Catholics hopeful about new pope

HANOVER, N.H. -Father Jonathan Kalisch is the chaplain at Dartmouth’s Aquinas House, a Catholic center on campus. He eagerly awaits the naming of the next pope, the most important figure in his faith. “Can encourage, can give the joy amidst the sorrows of the world to those who do believe and also to engage the […]

Conclave: Who’s really in charge?

Conclave: Who’s really in charge?

By: Jacob Flores ‘16 Aquinas House was truly blessed this past week to have Mario Enzler come talk about his experiences as a member of the Swiss Guard.  Suffice it to say that Mario packed the house, both in terms of actual numbers and volume of laughter.  Mario mixed in plenty of humor throughout his […]

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