Jesuit Context for Athletic Training Students

Students from Saint Louis University’s athletic training program talk about how their education is influenced by their Jesuit context. Points include: The importance of looking back at the experiences of their days. Serving the community/being people for others. Doing the work for the greater glory of God (AMDG). Recognizing they are training for work in a field helping individuals. Thank you to Facebook friend Anthony Breitbach for bringing this video to our attention in a […]

The Sunday Website

Saint Louis University’s Sunday Website provides resources for preparing for weekly Mass and better understanding the readings. One of the reflections for yesterday takes up the question, “Does God want us to be happy?” Read it, and explore the rest of the site here.

Studying Intellectual Humility

The John Templeton Foundation has awarded a $3 million grant to Saint Louis University to study intellectual humility. This sounds right for the philosophy department at a Jesuit university.  Humility is central to the Ignatian tradition. (See articles by Joseph Tetlow, SJ, here and here.)  It seems that one of the problems encountered by those studying intellectual humility is identifying it. Those who have it aren’t likely to tell anyone else about it.  There are plenty of other […]

Prayer Before a Meeting

It’s Monday.  Most of us have meetings to go to today or later this week.  Here is a prayer before a meeting.  It’s published on the St. Louis University Prayerbook, a site where members of the SLU community share prayers. Heavenly Father, we come to you today asking for your guidance, wisdom, and support as we begin this meeting. Help us to engage in meaningful discussion; allow us to grow closer as a group and […]