Remembering the Life of Father George Hill

Compiled by ANTHONY CAPOTE, Editor, MELISSA GALLARDO, Staff Writer & KYLEIGH PANETTA, Asst. Editor Reverend George Hill, Manhattan College’s chaplain for almost decade, passed away last week, after a long battle with cancer. Hill died in hospice care of kidney failure due to his treatment, he was 73. Before coming to MC, Hill had a long and fruitful service as a priest.  He worked at St. Bernard’s parish in … Continue reading Remembering the Life of Father George Hill

The Vatican Synod: A Journey for Change

AMY CARDOZA STAFF WRITER This October, the Vatican hosted a synod, or a gathering of clergy and laity, and the media swept up the resulting discussion as a groundbreaking moment for the church. The topic of this synod, which is only an installment in a two-year process, is on the concept of family. Of course the term “family” is a huge umbrella term that touches … Continue reading The Vatican Synod: A Journey for Change