In Memoriam: John Aroutiounian, 1993-2019

by Professor Margarita Mooney John Aroutiounian, who passed away on May 3, 2019 of cancer at the age of 26, will always be remembered not just for his big vision, but for his unique ability to make big things happen. One poignant memory of John, who I first met when I...

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Review – The Year of Our Lord 1943

by Onsi A. Kamel, written for Professor Margarita Mooney's course, Christianity and the Liberal Arts, at Princeton Theological Seminary The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis is a peculiar little book.  It centers around the responses of...

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Community and Experience in Education

by Stephen G. Adubato My students are a constant reminder of my need for Divine providence—I end so many of my days on my knees moaning, “God, I have no idea how to teach these kids! Help me!” My school is located in the heart of downtown Newark, New Jersey--the #7...

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Christ’s Face in our Work

by Stephen Adubato | this piece originally appeared on the Letters page of Communion and Liberation. From June 28-July 9, a group of fourteen American graduate students met in England for the Scala Foundation’s Summer Seminar. Splitting their time between Magdalen...

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