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The St. John’s community will welcome Rev. James Martin, S.J., editor-at-large of America magazine, popular media commentator, and New York Times bestselling author of...

The St. John’s community will welcome Most Rev. Nicholas DiMarzio, the seventh Bishop of Brooklyn, who will address the topic of “Catholic Teaching on the Issue of Immigration”...

“While college students across the country often head to the beach for vacation during spring break, many of our students travel to communities in need,” said Mary H. Pelkowski

“Pope Francis, His life—a Guide for Lent”

A year has passed since Jorge Mario Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires, was elected pope. Since then, the Holy Father—...

All students, faculty, administrators, and staff are invited to participate. All contributions accepted - sweatshirts (all sizes, good condition) along with men’s shoes, t-shirts, and toiletries—throughout March.
Rev. James Martin, S.J., editor-at-large of America magazine, popular media commentator, and New York Times bestselling author of The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, will be joining the St. John’s University community on Wednesday, April 2, 2014.
Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M., has issued a personal note of support to St. John’s University students from Ukraine and Venezuela.
Advising listeners to “keep an open mind” despite conflicting media reports, Barrie Schwortz, the official documenting photographer on the original Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP), told the St. John’s community on February 24 how his work has convinced him of the cloth’s authenticity.
Expanding its partnership with Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Campus Ministry has launched a unique program that prepares St. John’s undergraduates to more vigorously address global poverty and injustice while heightening an awareness of those issues among their peers.
Pope Francis encourages the faithful to reach him through social media, so the St. John’s University community is preparing to send an invitation of its own—asking the Holy Father to respond to their collective tweet.

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