Spirit of the FoundersSpotlights
Two Mount trips to Le Puy this summer expose more members of the community to our Founders' roots
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The Mount celebrated Juneteenth by honoring the history of the enslaved and enjoyed music, dancing, food and good company.
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Women and girls helped Cuba reach its goal of eliminating the nation's illiteracy in one year's time
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The Mount participates in a nationwide initiative to urge Congress to double the Pell Grant.
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Helping those in need enables Sister Suzanne Jabro, CSJ, '68 to continue the sisters' tradition of caring for thy neighbor
The Mount joins other Catholic colleges and universities worldwide to respond to the Pope's call to care for the earth
AlumsSpirit of the FoundersSpotlights
The family of Cindy Bland '08 ADN honors her memory with the Lulu Foundation and grants for Mount nurses
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Having long identified as being part of a group that is marginalized, Erika McKissick '22 seeks to foster inclusion
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Religious studies professor Robin Owens, PhD, encourages women to embrace their roles as leaders
"Holding Still," directed by faculty member Mary Trunk, shows the power that centering prayer
Vicki (Russell) Kennedy provides education, audio tools and support to those facing vision challenges
Nursing honor society recognizes Sister Callista Roy, CSJ, '63 for her career and contributions to nursing
On November 16, the Mount community dedicated the Bernadette Gonzaque Robert Center for Equity, Diversity and Justice
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Activist Valarie Kaur is this year's speaker at the annual Pat Reif lecture co-sponsored by the Mount
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Alumna teaches at the Mount, is president of the Alumnae Association, and encourages donations of any amount.
Convocation brought staff and faculty together to kick off the start of the academic year
The new Center for Equity, Diversity and Justice is being led by two co-directors, Kimberly Nao and Chinako Belanger
ServiceSpirit of the Founders
Film featuring CSJ sisters showcases the many changes brought about by Vatican II
A tree will be planted for each tree used to print the University's publications.
Spirit of the FoundersWellness
There's a full slate of activities for Earth Day, but it's vital that work is performed all year
Mount students worked with Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, who is well known for her activism against the death penalty
In celebration of CSJ week, we profile one of our own -- both a CSJ and an alum!
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Serving the community from the comforts of home
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Mount alum provides hope to orphaned girls in Tanzania through educational opportunities
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Alumna Nayeli Dominguez '20 talks about her internship with the Association of Colleges of Sisters of St. Joseph.
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Sister Callista Roy quietly retires, some only learning via automated email response. But her connection here is unwavering.
LeadershipSpirit of the FoundersSpotlights
The CSJs are truly an enduring part of the history of the West
ServiceSpirit of the FoundersSpotlights
"The Mount brings the best of both worlds to me – it combines my passion for my faith and my passion for service."
Spirit of the FoundersSTEMWomen
The story behind the race to start California’s first nursing baccalaureate degree
The childhood home of Mother St. John Fontbonne is now part of the Mount Saint Mary’s family.
AlumsSpirit of the Founders
Memorial service to be held for one of the Mount's most beloved professors.
Mount Saint Mary's President Emerita Jacqueline Powers Doud celebrates professor's life in eulogy
What draws someone into a life dedicated to service? Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet share what inspired them.
GlobalSpirit of the Founders
Pilgrimage to Le Puy, France, lets student pilgrims connect deeper with the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Spirit of the FoundersSpotlightsWomen
The CSJ Institute’s oral history project advances the stories and mission of Mount Saint Mary’s founding sisters.
ResearchSpirit of the FoundersThe Arts
A look at the MSMU filmmakers who have brought to life the CSJ Oral History Project.
A nurse and missionary, Natalie (Harris) Martinez ’79 is being honored as an Outstanding Alumna for service to the community.
Campus Ministry leaders learn how to advocate for social justice at a Catholic Relief Services student summit.
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Presentation of MSMU's highest honor, the Carondelet Medal, to Bernadette Gonzaque Robert '77.
Alums share their memories of Sr. Callista Roy and the early days of the Roy Adaptation Model.
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Va Lecia Adams Kellum, president of St. Joseph Center, named undergrad commencement speaker.
Students learn lessons from sisters’ social justice ministries.
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Students and staff advocate, engage and act on issues of justice.
GlobalSpirit of the FoundersSpotlights
Students to travel to France in the footsteps of the University's founders.
New volunteer program to pair students with CSJ sisters at Carondelet Center
“This is my favorite meeting in all the world because it demonstrates life after Alexandria House.”
Celebrating the opening of a new space for the Mount's CSJ Institute.
Kari Bolen, EdD, is the new director of diversity and inclusion at Mount Saint Mary's.
To help us reconnect with our heritage, the CSJ Institute has created a series of Le Puy pilgrimages.
What do you pack for the journey of a lifetime? Sturdy shoes and an open mind, says Mary Lenihan ‘58
They Taught us to Move Mountains: Exploring our CSJ Heritage in France
The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJs), set the standard for unstoppable women.
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