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Dear Celts, Last March, faced with an emerging pandemic that the world knew little about, we made the decision to close the doors of our beloved Montrose campus and move online. I am pleased to announce that this semester we are ready to begin our long-awaited return! After much patience, diligent preparation, and extensive consultation…

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Dr. Richard Ludwick, President of the University of St. Thomas, Houston

Dear Celts, It is undeniable that racism, injustice, and violence have plagued our nation for far too long. The killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police while in custody screams at us for action, for justice, and for lasting change. Although an officer was arrested for his murder, lasting change is not born of reactive…

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Chris Evans, VPAA at the University of St. Thomas

We do great things as a community when we come together, hear each other, work hard, pray, and act boldly. The Call Toward Tomorrow is one example of such dialogue and encounter.

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Image of the Chapel of St. Basil

This upcoming Tuesday, September 25th, will be UST’s next “Conversation with the Community” in Jones Hall. My hope is that, as always, the forum will offer us a chance to have a vibrant dialogue around the topics that impact us all. To engage us as one community of Celts, working toward a common purpose.

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The University of St. Thomas campus

In the spirit of building a fearless culture of positive change and to better serve our students and community, I would like to begin a process for investing in the innovative ideas of our exceptional Celt community (faculty and staff).

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Link-Lee Mansion on the University of St. Thomas campus

The Call Toward Tomorrow goals were recently announced at UST’s inaugural Opening Day celebration. Those goals represent the hard work and collaboration of many Celts from across our campus and extended community.

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The Chapel of St. Basil on the UST campus.

I hope you will join me as our community comes together for our annual Mass of the Holy Spirit next Tuesday, September 11 at 12:30 p.m. in Jerabeck. As many of you know, this is an annual tradition during which we invoke the Holy Spirit to guide us as an academic community.

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Chapel of St. Basil on campus in the daytime.

This Friday from 8 until 9:15 a.m., our campus community will host the World Youth Day Cross in the Chapel of St. Basil. Along with the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, we are one of two stops the cross will make in Texas on its eventual way down to Panama City for World Youth Day in January.

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