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Reflection: Holy Week

Sr. Jeanne - March 22, 2016

Much like us who find people who believe in us when we’re in any need! So let us be with Jesus these last few days before Easter, these last few minutes before the next thing today. Listen to him say, “No one can take you out of my hand, just as no one can take me out of the Father’s hand.” Am I in his hand? How does it feel to be in the Father’s hand? Who might need my hand today? During these days let us reach out for his hand .

tags: academics, studentlife

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service 2016

Luca Difranco ‎ - March 17, 2016

Rosemont College students and staff were in Philadelphia on January 18 for the annual MLK Day of Service.

tags: studentlife

Cornelia Connelly and the Year of Mercy

Sr. Jeanne - March 09, 2016

Perhaps her own words offer the strongest evidence of her response to God’s mercy. These are found in her original rule of 1853. “Mysteries of the most sublime teaching are to be found in the humble, hidden life of the Holy Child Jesus, in which God manifests in a most wonderful manner the treasures of His MERCY and of His boundless love.” Another time she wrote: “Contemplating the Eternal Wisdom in the lowliness of his humanity we are to seek knowledge of our own nothingness and that of his infinite love and mercy.”

tags: studentlife

New Adventure

Marissa Meyers - February 12, 2016

I’m currently taking a break from international travel, but I can say it is for good reason! I recently started a new job with The Moyer Foundation. TMF was started by local Phillies pitcher and World Series Champion, Jamie Moyer and his wife Karen to provide comfort, hope and healing to children affected by loss and family addiction.

tags: studentlife, travel, studying abroad, Marissa Meyers

General Eduation

Michael Cuomo - February 12, 2016

When I first started college a lot of my schedule was made up of general education courses and I wasn’t too happy about that. “Why do I have to take an Intro to Psychology class?” I remember asking myself, “I’m a history major! I should be taking more history classes.” Then one day in class I made a connection between a topic we were discussing in one of my history classes with something I learned about in my psychology class and suddenly everything clicked. I was able to understand the topic so much better in my history class because I figured out what was happening to these people on a psychological level. I felt really smart that day.

tags: academics