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U.S. Military Catholic Archbishop Broglio Visits Gonzaga
Archbishop of the U.S. Military Services, the Most Rev. Timothy Broglio, celebrated Mass in the University Chapel, then visited with Gonzaga ROTC...
Gonzaga Alumni and Friends Celebrate Faith, Service at WCC Tournament
The first day of Zag Nation activities kicked off at the West Coast Conference Tournament with a day of Gonzaga Alumni and friends engaging in...
Lent is More than a Six-Week Diet
Lent is a time to allow something to die to make space for new life and abundant blessings to flourish.
Ash Wednesday: The beginning of a Lenten journey to forgiveness
"I think it’s very human to want some satisfaction for our suffering, or to retaliate, or to at least find some place to transfer the pain. This is...
How Did Hector and Yolanda Meet?
Two different activists, brought together in Tijuana after deportation, are working to support mothers and veterans victimized by border conflicts.
O’Connell Presents Gonzaga's Flannery Lecture Feb. 28
The associate professor of Christian ethics at La Salle University will present 'From the Upper Room to Pentecost: Toward an Ethic of Racial Mercy'
Conference on Pornography Feb. 23
In addition to explaining how brain chemistry is affected by pornography, leading to addiction, national experts will explore its effects on...
Gonzaga Hosts ‘Teach-In on Civil Rights’ on MLK Day
Speakers discussed issues including housing discrimination in Spokane’s history, and the life and legacy of GU alumnus and civil rights attorney Carl...
Gonzaga Hosts Civil Rights Teach-In on MLK Day Jan. 21
Gonzaga will host a “Teach-in on Civil Rights in Spokane” in the Hemmingson Center
Fr. Ken Krall Not Letting Age Stop Him
He’s not working from home, but Latin Lecturer Father Ken Krall, S.J., does prepare his lessons in his new Humanities Building office, which...
Black Theology Responds to Black Lives Matter
During the fall Flannery lecture, Andrew Prevot said catholicity, in order to be authentic, must be connected to a specific affirmation of black...
Lifting the Lamp
In “Lifting the Lamp” – a phrase harkening to the inscription on the Statue of Liberty – we share faculty, alumni and student perspectives on...
A Crisis of Confidence
GU President Thayne McCulloh addresses concerns related to priest abuse scandal
The Story Behind the Winter Wonderland of Our Latest Magazine
These snow-capped Maroon Bells of Colorado made their way onto our cover for good reason