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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Apr
15
2022

Resurrection and Hope

The real meaning of Easter is not in loud triumphalism but in the quiet ways we offer hope and peace to others.

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Feb
06
2022

Bigotry and Blasphemy

Seeing Christ in every face is not blasphemy; the defense of faith cannot be premised on bigotry.

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Nov
08
2021

On Scandal and Schism

Bishops need to confront the real scandal that looms: the potential for schism in the American Church.

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Jul
28
2021

Trinity Vaxx Champions Part Three!

Trinity Vaxx Champions continue to lead the way to a safe and healthy opening of our campus next month! Thanks to all students who have submitted videos and posters! More to come!

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Jun
14
2021

The Sacred and the Sacrilegious

Using sacred sacraments to carry on a political argument is truly sacrilegious.

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Apr
04
2021

Resurrection Redux

True Resurrection means reinventing our lives in communities to advance the common good.

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Mar
19
2021

American Pathology

With anti-Asian hate crimes on the rise, we must redouble our efforts to confront racial hatred.

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Jan
23
2021

Remembering Sr. Ann Gormly ’45 SNDdeN

Sr. Ann Gormly ’45 SND inspired generations of Trinity Women to pursue action for social justice.

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Jan
17
2021

Race and Reconciliation in Post-Trump America

Dr. King would have called us to Reconciliation in all of its parts: confession, confrontation and forgiveness.

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Nov
22
2020

Women Building Civilization

The Sisters of Notre Dame who founded and built Trinity were emblematic of Catholic religious women who took on the responsibility of building civilization through education.

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