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Reflection for Thursday, December 17, 1998: 3rd week in Advent.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1998-12-17)
We hear today in the daily scripture readings, of the lineage of Jesus. Jacob, the grandson of Abraham, calls his sons together and announces that his son, Judah, will be the chosen one and the one from whom, "the scepter ...
Reflection for Saturday, December 18, 1999: 3rd week in Advent.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1999-12-18)
* This is the name they give him: "The Lord our justice." || * He shall have pity for the lowly and the poor; the lives of the poor he shall save. | * You are to name him Jesus because he will save his people from their ...
Reflection for Saturday, December 19, 1998: 3rd week in Advent.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1998-12-19)
Advent is a season of renewal and anticipation, but it is also a season of hope. In today's readings, both Manoah's wife and Elizabeth, wife of Zechariah, after being unable to have children for many years, learn from ...
Early English and French Lyrical Poetry: A Comparative Study
(Creighton University, 1928)
Self-revelation is the chief characteristic of lyric poetry,and for that reason it is, perhaps, more interesting than any other. A flashlight of intuition fuses emotion and idea and from the resulting union,secret and ...
Ward as a Tractarian
(Creighton University, 1931)
The pages of history reveal the lives of individuals, the rise of nations and of great movements, and we read them through, occasionally elevated by the heroism of some lofty soul, but more often borne down by the records ...
A Study of Direct Salesmanship as a Method of Increasing Students' Interest in High School Subjects
(Creighton University, 1931)
"Education offered by the American High School usually 'just misses the tail of the procession,' declared Dr. Goodwin Watson, professor of education at Columbia University, New York City, in a scathing appraisal before ...
Catiline as Portrayed by Cicero and Sallust
(Creighton University, 1924-06-11)
The documentary evidence we have of Catiline has "been written chiefly by Sallust, Cicero and Plutarch. The last named mentions him in his lives of Caesar and Cicero.|All of these men have failed to give us a true portrayal ...
The Chemistry of Borax on Glycerin
(Creighton University, 1929-07)
The object of this paper is to explain how glycerin and borax react with water to produce an acid, and that the acid produced is not boric acid.|That borax and glycerin react with water to produce an acid clearly manifests ...
Lawrence, Louisa & Mary,  [March] 
Reflection for Saturday, March 13, 1999: 3rd week in Lent.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1999-03-13)
So often in St. Luke's gospel two people are juxtaposed to teach us some truth. The two men who built their house on different foundations, the two sisters Martha and Mary, the rich man and Lazarus, two criminals at the ...