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Working Out Our Salvation

In Campus News, Featured by John LaCrosse

Catholic Fitness Training: M.A. in Biblical Theology Student and Trainer By Hannah Dorss Jordan Friske, a current theology student at JPCatholic, isn’t waiting until he’s graduated to start ministering to Catholics; his passions are Theology of the Body, the unity of body and soul, the Catholic faith, and working out. Over the past year, Jordan has been translating his passions …

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Alumni Spotlight: Neil Watson

In Alumni Profiles, Featured by John LaCrosse

Position: Senior Manager, Concepts-to-Consumer for Adidas Group Year of Graduation: 2010 Major/Emphasis: Business, entrepreneurship Could you describe what your job entails? What is the most rewarding part of it? In a very broad sense, my job is to build a framework that coordinates the line of products created (called a “range”) and sold by the Adidas Group around the world.  I …

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Learning the Ins and Outs of Alcon Entertainment

In Campus News, Industry News and Interviews, Uncategorized by John LaCrosse

  (Pictured: Alcon Entertainment’s new film, Blade Runner 2049, which will be released October 6, 2017). The following is a reflection from JPCatholic student Rachel Wostenberg, on her internship at Alcon Entertainment. How did you secure your internship?  When the internship search began I contacted Prof. Chris Riley, my screenwriting professor.  He gave me the email of his friend Ryan Dornbush …

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The 4-Hour Film Challenge

In Creativity and Innovation on Campus by John LaCrosse

(Pictured: A scene from the short film “Life,” which won the 4-Hour Film Challenge. The film was made by Maria Oscilowski, Colton Machado, Vince Salerno, Austin Matte, and Annie Bucheit. Watch “Life” here.) — By Hannah Dorss — We recently saw the inauguration of an event that will doubtless become a classic in the JPCatholic community. The event, called “The 4-Hour Film Challenge,” …

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Interning at a World-Class Theatre: A Student’s Perspective

In Campus News, Creativity and Innovation on Campus, Featured by John LaCrosse

— By Hannah Dorss — Sometimes the most spontaneous, least-anticipated opportunities are the best ones. Although I had not planned on interning while at JPCatholic, God had other plans. When I randomly found the listing for internships at the world-renown Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, I knew that I was meant to intern there. Although I knew it was …

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Alumna Works at Pro-Life Crisis Pregnancy Center

In Alumni Profiles, Industry News and Interviews, Posts by John LaCrosse

JPCatholic Alumna Timmerie Millington speaks on her experience re-branding Life Choices Crisis Pregnancy Center, where she works as the Director of Education and Outreach. Timmerie graduated from JPCatholic with a Communications Media degree focusing on New Evangelization in 2013.  She went on to earn her M.A. in Biblical Theology from JPCatholic in 2015.  Timmerie is also a Catholic Speaker and the …

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Bonnie Curtis: Studying Theology For It’s Own Sake

In Alumni Profiles by John LaCrosse

(Pictured: Dr. Barber, Professor of Theology & Scripture) — By Hannah Dorss — Bonnie Curtis didn’t enter JPCatholic’s MA in Biblical Theology program with career goals in mind, but rather because she was simply excited to study theology for it’s own sake. Although still in the program, Bonnie says she’s already deepened her faith, and learned to integrate philosophy and theology …

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Shades Republic: An Alumni Startup on the Rise

In Alumni Profiles by John LaCrosse

— By Hannah Dorss — Tyler Pearson is an entrepreneur at heart and a graduate from JPCatholic’s Business program. In 2014, he started a novel, user-inclusive sunglass subscription company with the help of his wife. The company, Shades Republic, exists to permanently solve the problem of lost, broken sunglasses. He and his wife, who is the marketing director of the …

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Alumni Spotlight: Barbara Moeller

In Alumni Profiles by John LaCrosse

Position: Lead Catechist for RCIA at St. John Neumann Catholic Church Year of Graduation: 2016 Could you describe what your job entails? What is the most rewarding part of it? I am the lead catechist for our RCIA program.  The most rewarding part is the love and deep friendships I have developed with people who are becoming Catholic.  It has …

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Alumni Spotlight: Brian Chu

In Alumni Profiles by John LaCrosse

— By Hannah Dorss — Brian Chu left John Paul the Great Catholic University with much more than just an MA in Biblical Theology. In fact, he says his time here deepened his relationship with God and helped him discover how to connect theology and prayer. His journey began while studying history at UCSD, when Brian became fascinated with church …