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Interfaith Prayer Book Calls for Submissions

February 13, 2019

Though Seattle University is a historically Catholic institution, through the years it has become an increasingly diverse campus...


Discussion Presents Topic of State of Women in Jesuit Church

October 18, 2017

Members of the Seattle University community met on Friday for a discussion on the status of women in the Jesuit Church and Se...

Op-Ed: In Response To “Home Sweet Home”

Volunteer Writers, Author

November 30, 2016

Dear Spectator staff, You missed several important elements in your exposé of SU’s purchase of the Jesuit Beaver Lake property: When you continually said home, you should have said property (as you rather luxuriously articulate at the beginning—which make the article sound like an exposé); the property is more significant than just t...

Nicole Schlaeppi  •  The Spectator

Notorious Mars Hill Pastor Resigns

October 22, 2014

Nicole Schlaeppi • The SpectatorOne of the many Mars Hill churches in the greater Seattle area located in the center of d...

Two More Saints Go Marching In

Sumedha Majumdar, Author

May 7, 2014

Curious onlookers filled the streets of the Vatican last week to see two popes get canonized. April 27 will be a date to remember—Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII were declared saints by the Catholic Church. “They were popes of the 20th century,” Pope Francis said in his homily in front of an audience of 800,000. Becoming a saint is not an...

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