Creighton University Window Summer 1994
Reynolds, Cynthia Furlong
Reilly, Robert T.
Schultenover, David G.,S.J.
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PLACE OF COMPANIONSHIP / A PLACE OF DIGNITY FOR THE ELDERLY Kathleen and Michael McCann joined with Mary Cruetz 20 years ago to create Maria Prima, a residence for the elderly that is a place of dignity, love and joy. Read their striking story of service, dedication and a living of their religion. Page 4.IN HER OWN VOICE: CAROL MUSKE, POET / CREIGHTON'S ACCLAIMED POET SPEAKS IN 'HER OWN VOICE' Driven from age six toward poetry and writing, prize-winning Carol Muske Dukes found her inward journey began at Creighton. Page 10.SENNACHIE: MULHALL, THE STORYTELLER / A SENNACHIE'S LIFE: JOHN MULHALL John Mulhall is responsible for Creighton's campus beauty. Flowers are his business; flowery storytelling is his life. Page 16.THE CHURCH AS MEDITERRANEAN FAMILY: SHAPING OUR VIEWS OF POWER / DOES THE CHURCH REFLECT MEDITERRANEAN ROOTS? David G. Schultenover, S.J., draws a picture of the Catholic Church traced from its Mediterranean family roots and the role of power within such a family. Page 21.