Daily Prayers and Reflections: June 8

Prayer for Peace and Calm Dear Lord and Father of humankind,forgive our foolish ways;reclothe us in our rightful mind,in purer lives Thy service find,in deeper reverence, praise. Drop Thy still dews of quietness,'til all our strivings cease;take from our souls the strain and stress,and let our ordered lives confessthe beauty of Thy peace. Breathe through … Continue reading Daily Prayers and Reflections: June 8

Cardinal Chronicles: Christopher Marmolejo, UIW Class of 2020

It takes a special kind of person to answer the call to serve their country. It's a vocation that requires bravery, perseverance and above all, faith. Christopher Marmolejo has all three. His military honors include the Army Meritorious Unit Commendation, the National Defense Service Medal, the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal and more than a … Continue reading Cardinal Chronicles: Christopher Marmolejo, UIW Class of 2020

“Realities of a Ride-Along,” and Mental Health in Medicine

UIWSOM students take steps to mentally prepare for traumatic experiences in the medical profession By: Kaitlyn Hennessey “Put your notes away and double glove,” she was told. Uncertain of the circumstances, she followed the paramedic’s orders. The ambulance arrived at the scene with police officers all around, body bags laying on the ground, helicopters flying off…she … Continue reading “Realities of a Ride-Along,” and Mental Health in Medicine

Three Days, Three Words: He is Risen!”

By Dr. Glenn Ambrose, Professor of Religious Studies Three days in the life of Christ have shaped Christian worship more than any other. The time frame beginning with the Last Supper and ending with the discovery of the empty tomb have given rise to rich liturgical traditions.  In the 20th century, the nomenclature of the … Continue reading Three Days, Three Words: He is Risen!”