Called to Serve

By Seton Teaching Fellow, MJ Plote We arrived. We went on our first Manhattan exploration adventures. We have settled into our homes, our communities, and our neighborhood. The fellows have been here 3 weeks and already some things seem natural and second nature. The walk home is on auto-pilot, we can navigate the subway (reasonably)…

With Prayer, All Things are Possible

“The Lord tells us: ‘the first task in life is this: prayer.’ But not the prayer of words, like a parrot; but the prayer, the heart: gazing on the Lord, hearing the Lord, asking the Lord… This is what praying is: opening the door to the Lord, so that he can do something. If we…

10 Reasons Why You Should Apply!

1. Your dishes are done, your inbox looks pristine, and you’ve even caught up on thank you notes. Need a new way to procrastinate your senior thesis? Apply to be a fellow! 2. Because the tacos in the Bronx are the bomb – and much cheaper than a plane ticket south. 3. Georgia O’Keeffe, J.K….

Breaking Bread: Companions on the Journey

Written By: Kate Gapp A Holy Week Reflection: Breaking Bread and Christ’s Most Perfect Gift Breaking bread together happens in community. On Fat Tuesday, we received a surprise: our time normally slotted for formation was gifted with a gift of community Mexicocina dinner—news better than we could have even imagined. (If money were no object,…