Archive: Interfaith

84 Articles


Finding Grace–for Herself and Others–in Event Organization

By Julia Vaughan (C ’27) Having grown up in a highly homogenous, Catholic community, Biviana Flores (C’24) has found a deep appreciation for the diversity of religious…

May 14, 2024


Building Beyond BuSA

Cayden Olsrud (SFS ‘24) Reflects on Lessons Learned from Buddhism By Maya Mohosin (C ’27) When Cayden Olsrud first arrived on the Hilltop, he was struck by a sense of…

May 14, 2024


Looking Back & Looking Forward: Reflections from Ammar Hussain (SFS/MSB ‘24) 

By Maya Mohosin (C ’27) Getting involved with Muslim Life at Georgetown was not something Ammar Hussain had to think about. Growing up, he was very involved in the life of his…

May 13, 2024


Finding Unity in Diversity

By Roudah Chaker, C’24 As a Muslim student at Georgetown, the past few months have been a challenging journey, navigating through a landscape marred by current events that have…

April 15, 2024


A Conversation with Lindsay Kelleher, Chaplain-in-Residence

This semester, Catholic Chaplaincy Intern, Alexis Larios, C’18, spent time getting to know some of the Catholic women chaplains at Georgetown. Their stories and insights about…

April 24, 2018


Prayer for Peace and Justice: Recognizing Earth Day and the Georgetown Environment Initiative

On Tuesday, April 17, we welcomed the Georgetown Environment Initiative as the special guest for our weekly Chaplains’ Tea. Following the tea at our Prayer for Peace and…

April 18, 2018


Standing for Solidarity, Marching for Change

On the morning of Saturday, March 24, Campus Ministry hosted students for a special interfaith prayer, breakfast, and reflection before walking together to Capitol Hill for the…

April 12, 2018


Prayer for Peace and Justice: Honoring the Women in Our Lives

On March 27, we welcomed the Georgetown Sexual Assault Peer Educators as our special guest at Chaplains’ Tea. After the tea, Rev. Olivia Lane delivered the following prayer…

April 4, 2018


Finding Community with Jewish Life at Georgetown

Shaun Ho is a sophomore majoring in Regional and Comparative Studies. Before coming to Georgetown, I never imagined I would be involved in any aspect of Jewish life in college.…

January 16, 2018


The Things We Value and Strive For

Paul Rochford is a sophomore in the College majoring in History and minoring in Russian and Jewish Civilization How has this semester been for you so far? Returning to Georgetown…

November 29, 2017