Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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Last Thursday, May 3, two members of the theology and science departments, Stephen Pitts, S.J. and Todd Gruninger, addressed a very pressing modern issue: the duality of science and religion. In the presentation they had the audience questioning the basic underlying belief in both scientific reason and Catholic faith through a series of clever analogies and mind games. Mr. Pitts,...
What does it mean to be human? Are we simply just the end result of millions of years of evolution, the unique creation of God, or both? That's what Mr. Stephen Pitts S.J.  and Dr. Todd Gruninger's presentation, What Does It Mean to be Human? dares to question. What exactly are we? Open to all students, the presentation took place last...
Jesuit is a Catholic High School and has a large group of Catholic students. However, there are also some students who go to the Jesuit that are of different religious backgrounds. Since we have this religious diversity, it's important to recognize it. After all, non-Catholic students at Jesuit are still part of its Catholic community, even though they may...
Every school year, sophomore teachers in the theology department plan a field trip strictly for the sophomores to the Holocaust Museum of Dallas, located on 211 Record Street in downtown Dallas. The day includes several presentations created by various teachers to reflect on the horrors of the Holocaust. “The trip allows students to reflect upon real world events and...
Thursday, November 19 and Saturday, November 21. Remember those dates, for what occurred on those days has only been documented in Dallas Jesuit history on three separate occasions. Two weeks ago, a total of thirteen Dallas Jesuit students basked in the halls of Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Meadows Museum, indulging and learning about multiple pieces from the museum’s art gallery....

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