Sunday nights in the Sacred Heart

Sunday night Mass is one of my favorite parts of my week at Georgetown.  The 9:30pm service in Dahlgren of the Sacred Heart helps to slow me down, put my life in perspective, and notice God working in my life.  Conscious of the benefits of starting my week with Mass, I decided to also attendContinue reading “Sunday nights in the Sacred Heart”

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What’s in a name?: Jordan goes to Jordan

Written January 23, 2012 Today is my first full day in Amman, Jordan.  During my four months studying abroad here, my blog will continue to serve as a place where I post stories and reflections, which will no doubt be enhanced by my new location, activities, and acquaintances. I think it’s appropriate to begin thisContinue reading “What’s in a name?: Jordan goes to Jordan”

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Why you should care about the National Defense Authorization Act

*This is a long post.  But its length reflects the importance of its topic.  I hope this discussion communicates the complexity of the NDAA and the significance of the law’s implications. The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was signed into law by President Obama on December 31.  This bill is passed yearly to determine theContinue reading “Why you should care about the National Defense Authorization Act”

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