Creighton University Window Fall 1994
Pritchard, Julie P.
Hauser, Richard J., S.J.
Scott, John M., S.J.
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FROM WHENCE COMES THE COURAGE OF A SCHINDLER OR UNCLE GYUSZI? / COURAGE IN THE HOLOCAUST FINALLY, THE COSMIC TUMBLERS CLICK IN Law School Dean Lawrence Raful weaves a fascinating story of the Holocaust, his brave Uncle Gyuszi, his daughter Sarah, his mother, man's inhumanity to man and the way courage grows. Page 4.THE MEANING OF SUFFERING AND GOD'S PURPOSE IN IT / WHERE IS GOD IN SUFFERING? Richard Hauser, S.J., who has spent considerable time with students and has seen them question the purpose of suffering, examines God's purpose. Page 12PROFESSOR ROSS HORNING: HE MAY KNOW EVERYTHING / DR. HORNING: HISTORY FROM THE HEART Alumna Julie Pritchard has watched Dr. Ross Horning at work, teaching history, telling stories, making sure his students succeed. The erudite Dr. Horning is versed in many, many areas. Page 18.WOULD SCIENTIST FR. SCOTT NOT MENTION GOD IN HIS WRITING? / DON'T MENTION THE WORD "GOD" John Scott, S.J., writes scientific articles and books for use in schools. Would he heed an editor's admonition not to "mention" God? How could he? Page 24.