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You Will Make It: Internship Reflection

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— By Matthew Sawczyn — This post is a continuation from Matthew’s first internship reflection here about his time at Skydance Media in Los Angeles.   How time flew. Getting up and leaving my internship desk for the last time, after four exhilarating, packed months, felt surprisingly bittersweet. I loved this company, I loved these people… they …

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Alumni Spotlight: Leah Murphy

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Year of Graduation: 2014 Major/Emphasis: B.S. in Communications Media, emphasis in New Evangelization Position: Coordinator of Digital Evangelization and Outreach at Life Teen, an international Catholic youth ministry. Where are you from originally? I am originally from San Diego, CA. Why did you choose JPCatholic for your education? I transferred into JPCatholic in my third year after …

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Local Non-profit Helps Victims of Human Trafficking

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–By Hannah Dorss – In 2013, Grace Williams, a graduate of JPCatholic’s Certificates in Philosophy and Theology, founded Children of the Immaculate Heart, a nonprofit organization serving victims of human trafficking. Children of the Immaculate Heart’s apostolate is small but growing steadily. At this time, Grace and some fellow JPCatholic alumni run the house. Jenna …

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Vatican Releases Online Questionnaire for Youth

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(By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service) VATICAN CITY (CNS) — To involve young people in preparations for the Synod of Bishops on youth in 2018, the Vatican has released an online questionnaire to better understand the lives, attitudes and concerns of 16- to 29-year-olds around the world. The questionnaire — available in English, Spanish, French …