Prayers and Reflections during unprecedented times
As President Michael R. Lovell shared in a message outlining the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, “We ask the Marquette community in this time of social distancing to come into closer understanding of the ways we can help support and lift one another up. In this time of darkness, let us choose to see and be the light for others.
President Michael R. Lovell’s reflection
Rev. James Voiss, S. J., Vice President of Mission and Ministry
A meditation by Eric Clayton of the Canadian Jesuit Conference work
A Meditation for the Anxious During Covid-19
A Meditation for the Anxious During Covid-19 March 16, 2020 - Become aware of your breath. Breathe in. Breathe out…
A reflection by Rev. Michael Rozier, S.J., America magazine
We must not allow the coronavirus to rob us of our humanity. How can we (safely) preserve it?
As we live through the once-theoretical scenarios of a pandemic, we are realizing that social distancing and quarantine…
A reflection on “prayerful awareness,” By Susan Haarman