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Neuhoff Musings

Neuhoff Musings

Be inspired in your daily walk with musings by the Neuhoff School of Ministry faculty. Join us monthly for new reflections!

   
Dr. Dan Luby

 October 8, 2020

 “The most disappointing day of my life.”

 Daniel J. Luby, MA, STL, STD

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 May 29, 2020

 Another Pandemic Story: A Catholic Dentist's Perspective

 Mark Venincasa, MTS '19

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 roSARY

April 1, 2020

Reflections on Life, Now

Theresa Bennett Luby, BA '75, STL

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March 30, 2020

The Gospel Is Not Dead

 

Jodi Hunt Ph.D., Affiliate Assistant Professor

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lent

March 2, 2020

Lent: The Church's Springtime

Gene Giuliano, Affiliate Instructor

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February 25, 2020

The Religious Significance of Mardi Gras

Diana Dudoit Raiche Ph.D., Associate Professor

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January 24, 2020

Ordinary Time

Theodore Whapham Ph.D., Associate Professor

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sikkema 

December 9, 2019

Reflection on a Multicultural Christmas 

Michele Meny M.T.S., Affiliate Instructor

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