Lucia Pasternak Receives Saint Catherine Medal
Nov17

Lucia Pasternak Receives Saint Catherine Medal

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that Fairfield, NJ, resident Lucia G. Pasternak ’17 recently received the prestigious Saint Catherine of Alexandria Medal for 2016-2017. The Medal was given during the annual College of Undergraduate Studies Honors Convocation. Kappa Gamma Pi, a national honor society for graduates of Catholic colleges, sponsors this medal. This special medal is named after Saint Catherine of Alexandria,...

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Worth it: The Emilia Wojtyla Women’s Shelter in Bolivia
Feb15

Worth it: The Emilia Wojtyla Women’s Shelter in Bolivia

When Father Luciano Ciciarelli spoke about working among the poor in Latin America, Katherine Cartagena Orochi ’15 was impressed by his enthusiasm. He was visiting her parish to share about the initiatives he was involved with, and she felt compelled to approach him after his talk. “Have you ever been to Bolivia?” she asked him. She had grown up in El Alto, Bolivia and was working in the U.S. as an au pair. She knew firsthand the...

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Canonization Series
Mar04

Canonization Series

Immaculata University’s Campus Ministry is offering a series of presentations to celebrate the Canonization of two Catholic Popes.  Pope John XXIII, who was Pope from 1958-1963, and Pope John Paul II, who was Pope from 1978-2005, the second longest-serving Pope in history, will be declared Saints on April 27, in Rome. The presentation series, titled Two Popes, One Canonization: Celebrating the Lives of Saints John XXIII and John Paul...

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