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06 Oct

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Celebrating Mass with Pope Francis


On Friday, September 25, 2015, nearly 40 Mount Saint Mary College students joined 20,000 faithful at Pope Francis’s Madison Square Garden Mass in New York City. Pope Francis discussed the challenges of life in a large city and expressed concern for the Big Apple’s underprivileged citizens. For Clare O’Keefe, a public relations and journalism major, the Mass was a life-changing experience. “It was unbelievable,” said Clare. “As soon as the Pope came into Madison Square Garden, I immediately felt a very spiritual presence. I’ve never felt like that before.” Watch the video above to hear more from Clare and Fr. Francis Amodio, O.Carm, the College’s chaplain and director of Campus Ministry.

Video produced by Danangelowe Spencer ’17

22 Sep

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Club Profile – Academic Council


Elizabeth Duong (third from right) and the rest of the Academic Council at the MSMC Tunnel of Oppression 2013.

Elizabeth Duong, president of Academic Council, recently talked to Knight Life about her involvement in this organization.

What is Academic Council?

The Academic Council represents the academic side of student life. Academic Council works to create a balance between working hard and having fun, and always welcomes new members and ideas! Academic Council bridges the gap between education and fun by holding events on campus to help students realize that both are possible.

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