Category: Year of Faith

‘Mercy in Real Life’ with Kerry Weber—at GCU

How are we meant to be Mercy every day? That was the question posed by Kerry Weber, a Mercy Associate and author of Mercy in the City, who spent the day at Georgian Court University on Nov. 18 to speak with the campus community and inspire us to integrate mercy works in our lives.

How are we meant to be Mercy every day? That was the question posed by Kerry Weber, a Mercy Associate and author of Merc...

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GCU Hosts Synod Talk on ‘Pastoral Needs of the Family’

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Lakewood, N.J. (Oct. 17, 2014)—As the Synod of Bishops in Rome examines some of the most difficult issues surrounding contemporary family life, area Catholics will gather at Georgian Court University to share their own views Saturday, October 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event will take place in the Dorothy Marron University Community Chapel on GCU’s historic Lakewood campus.

Lakewood, N.J. (Oct. 17, 2014)—As the Synod of Bishops in Rome examines some of the most difficult issues surrounding co...

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Dr. Robert Wicks examines ‘perspective’ at Georgian Court University

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Having a healthy perspective on life doesn’t just happen—we have to work at it by being mindful, grateful, and by making time to reflect, clinical psychologist Robert J. Wicks, Psy.D., offers in his latest book, Perspective: The Calm in the Storm. The Loyola University professor and expert on resilience will share his experiences, advice and tips on the topic at Georgian Court University, Sunday, October 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the university’s historic Casino auditorium. This free event is open to the public, and reservations are required.

Having a healthy perspective on life doesn’t just happen—we have to work at it by being mindful, grateful, and by making...

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Author Visits GCU to Discuss Mercy in Everyday Life

Author Kerry Weber vists GCU to talk about her book, "Mercy in the City."

Kerry Weber will speak to the GCU community about her experiences incorporating the seven Corporal Acts of Mercy into daily life.

Author Kerry Weber will visit Georgian Court University this November to discuss her experience incorporating Mercy into her daily life while still holding onto her day job. Weber, now 32, decided to conduct an experiment when she was 29-years-old where she incorporated the seven Corporal Works of Mercy as part of her Lenten discipline.

Kerry Weber will speak to the GCU community about her experiences incorporating the seven Corporal Acts of Mercy into da...

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