GUWellness is collecting unwanted prescription glasses and sunglasses to help benefit those in need! With the help of EyeMed Vision Care and people like you, OneSight has provided much needed vision […]
What do renowned meditation teacher, Tara Brach, MSNBC’s Mika Brezezinski and Joe Scarborough, New York Times best-selling author, Chris Crowley, and Georgetown’s Professor Thomas Sherman all have in common? They […]
On Wednesday, October 9, we’ll be walking the labyrinth by the Waterfront. According to the Labyrinth Society, a labyrinth is a single path or unicursal pattern/tool for personal, psychological and […]
During this harvest month, Fr. Schemel recommends taking stock of what you have sown in your personal relationships and in your heart.
It’s 10 a.m., you are sitting at your desk, and already you are feeling tired or stressed. What can you do? Yoga can help. In the West we tend to […]
With the return to the fall semester, Fr. Schemel reflects on how learning should be a lifetime venture, not solely undertaken in the classroom.
This fall, GUWellness will present a new series designed to help reduce stress, improve mental and physical health and provide an enhanced sense of well-being. Sound like something you could […]
Fr. Francis Schemel, S.J. muses on the Horace quote, “Carpe Diem” and the transitions that take place in the month of August. Featured Image by Darcy Moore on Flickr Creative […]
Fr. Schemel, S.J. muses on being grateful and humble in our celebrations during the month of July. You can always visit his blog to dig a little deeper. Featured image by Tedeytan on Flickr Creative […]
June is busting out all over. It’s a happy time. No more pencils, no more books. No more teacher’s dirty looks. It’s a time of freedom. The gateway to summer […]
May is the month for remembering. We start with May Day dancing and weaving around a May Pole, then the Derby and Mother’s Day, Armed Forces Day and, finally, Memorial […]
Yesterday was Easter and today is April Fool’s Day. This is the day, when some King, long ago, allowed his jester to take over and rule for the day and, […]
March has always seemed to me to be an unpredictable month. It’s at the end of the winter tunnel with spring in sight. But it never quite lives up to […]
When I begin musing about February, birthdays, Lincoln’s, Washington’s, Black History Month, St. Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, all rolled around in my imagination. I realized what a festive month February […]
The blue planet, in spite of dire predictions and the Mayan calendar, has once again spun aground the sun and given us a new year. If we lived on Pluto […]