Dorothy Day Center for Faith & Justice

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Love All

Love Connects It All

Worship fully. Spend less. Give more. What does is all this matter if we don't love all? Alexis Santora is a senior majoring in Early Childhood Education. In her four years at Xavier, she's left her mark all over the... Continue Reading →

From the Mouths of Babes

Love all. It sounds simple, but we often forget what that really means. But children? They know what it's all about. Ashley Hardee is a junior Chemistry major from Lexington, KY. She is on the Common Ground team and will... Continue Reading →

Do you really mean everyone?

2016 has been quite a year. Some say it has overstayed its welcome. In the midst of all of it... how do we really love all? This was made as a group reflection with members of the Common Ground Team. In... Continue Reading →

A love letter to you

I look around the world and I see pain. Syrian Refugees holding their young children without a warm place to rest their head, mass bombings in public spaces, hatred, bullying, and fear. Recently I came across a quote that made... Continue Reading →

Love All, Even When It’s Hard

Colossians 3:17 And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him. “Why aren’t these Easter eggs filled with candy? Why are they filled with... Continue Reading →

Love All– A Look at Refugees

Hi, Rebecca  I  am the Rachel that commented on your Instagram post yesterday. I'm a senior at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio.  I worked for Cincinnati's refugee resettlement organization as an intern in employment services and ESL, but remain on today as... Continue Reading →

Open Wide

Advent has the worst timing.  Having lived the vast majority of my life on an academic schedule, I can’t help but feel like I don’t have the time to sit, reflect, discern, and pray.  All this waiting and preparing.  Last... Continue Reading →

Love all and give while doing it

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” Mother Teresa Christmas is a wonderful time of year. Snow is falling, Christmas lights add some cheer to the nightlife of campus, and there are many... Continue Reading →

Love all: a movement

As I settled into the grassy median of the 2014 School of the Americas Protest, my heart felt settled, too. It was that rare feeling of comfort that comes from an atmosphere where everyone belongs, where everyone is respected, and... Continue Reading →

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