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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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"For you were made from dust, and to dust you shall return..." Genesis 3:19 Unlike a normal Wednesday at Jesuit College Preparatory School, the students, faculty, and guests all solemnly filed into the Terry Center to celebrate the Mass of Ash Wednesday on the 10th of February. Father Leise SJ started the Mass by telling the audience how “It’s funny, you know....
Will Aberger '17 sits eagerly in the Terry Center, waiting to celebrate the first school Mass of 2016.  Surrounded by Jesuit students, he looks down the center aisle to see Fr. Wally Sidney, S.J. lead the procession to the altar, followed by Mr. Lugo and Fr. Liese.  The Jesuit faculty, students, and friends in attendance celebrated the first Friday of...
On December 8, 2015, every available Jesuit student strolled into the Terry Center to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, one of the ten Holy Days of Obligation. Father Ron Boudreaux began the Mass by addressing one of the biggest misconceptions that most Catholics still believe: the Immaculate Conception does not celebrate the conception of Jesus Christ, our Lord...
The Terry Center, filled with Jesuit Dallas and Strake students, teachers, and guests, sit in anticipation for the mass said by Father Carlos Esparza S.J., class of '98. Father Esparza's return to Jesuit is preceded by working with the Department of Defense, joining the Jesuits, working at Jesuit Strake, and now preaching in Denver, Colorado. He returns to the...
A sea of red on Friday morning as  Jesuit students piled into the Terry Center for the first mass of the year, September 4, along with thousands of Jesuit schools across the world, a tradition begun in 1548 at the first Jesuit school in Messina, Sicily. The mass, Mr. Knight explained, " is where the community gathers to thank God...
One cross and two candles lead the red-robed Father Huete through the congregation of students wearing red tie after red tie.  He bows at the altar, and the Mass of the Holy Spirit begins. "It certainly has been a long-time custom in all our Jesuit schools," he remarked, "asking the Holy Spirit to bless what we do scholastically." It has...

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