CATHOLIC VALUES COLUMNIST
It was at some point last semester, probably early October, that I realized just how much I’d squandered my time at Franciscan University of Steubenville in my three-plus years on this hill.
It was a Friday, and I had planned to attend the 4:45 p.m. Mass with some friends, followed by a holy half-hour in the Port afterward. Alas, as Mass approached, I realized I couldn’t go to Mass because I needed to finish some work on a tight deadline.
I was, however, able to make to the holy half. As I walked out of Louis-Liz free of any academic or work burdens for the weekend and began descending the stairs to meet my friends in the Port, I took an inventory of my surroundings: crisp air, “golden hour” lighting, birds chirping and students taking in the beauty of God’s creation.
It felt as if it was the first time I was able to do this since my freshman orientation.
I dove right into doing, doing, doing right out of the gate. Writing for the Troub, taking on different leadership roles, joining household, becoming a resident assistant and more. I always felt as if there was something else I needed to…
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