This hosted public conversation will feature individual faculty, staff, student, and administrative leaders at the University, reflecting on the ways in which a particular sacred text root and uproot their work, lives, and vocations.
This Santa Clara Lecture wishes to assess the progress of this dialogue since Vatican II in four areas: harmonious living, cooperation in the service of others, theoretical foundations, and sharing of religious experience.
Founder and Director, Northern California Innocence Project, Co-Founder, Innocence Network, Professor of Law, Santa Clara University
This luncheon conversation will feature representatives from different schools, departments, and units on campus, each reflecting on what constitutes a sacred text within their area, and how these sacred texts inform, frame, and challenge the mission and vision of their unit within the University.
A Donovan Fellowship to an East San Jose health clinic motivates an aspiring doctor.
Lessons from an immersion trip to Ecuador are brought home.
A longtime partner helps advance the impactful ideals of Jesuit education in San Jose.
In El Salvador, I witnessed struggles and impoverished standards of living, but the people taught me about love, strength, family, and faith.
We were challenged to immerse in Appalachian culture and in the process grew as conscious individuals learning a compassion for the people of West Virginia.
This experience raised many questions, but more than anything it put a much needed face to the idea of immigration.