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A Hand Full Of Pieces, William J. Fletcher Jan 1981

A Hand Full Of Pieces, William J. Fletcher

Library Special Collections

The story of the Christ in Blessing mosaic, from its origins in the Sacred Heart Church in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to its present location in the Ryan Matura Library of Sacred Heart University.


Continental Drift, Tectonics, And Joshua, Joel W. Block Jan 1980

Continental Drift, Tectonics, And Joshua, Joel W. Block

Physics Faculty Publications

The Bible has served as a source of spiritual inspiration for many centuries. It has been used as a text in the academic disciplines of history, geography, archeology, literature, law, language, and health, as well as in theology. Yet this multipurpose manuscript has been virtually ignored as an earth science reference It is this writer's intent to demonstrate the Bible's value as a geological resource.


Astronomy And The Bible: Joshua's Long Day, Joel W. Block Nov 1977

Astronomy And The Bible: Joshua's Long Day, Joel W. Block

Physics Faculty Publications

The Bible has served as a multipurpose text for thousands of years. However, the Bible has been ignored in the area of astronomy. Several teaching points can be demonstrated using the Bible stories and modern astronomical principles.


Beginnings (Brief History, Sacred Heart University), William H. Conley Jan 1973

Beginnings (Brief History, Sacred Heart University), William H. Conley

SHU Library Archives

Reflections on the 'early days' of Sacred Heart University, from Vision to Realization. Written by William H. Conley, first president of Sacred Heart University.


The Rosary Of Hiroshima, Hubert F. Schiffer Jan 1953

The Rosary Of Hiroshima, Hubert F. Schiffer

Library Special Collections

Account of the survival of Jesuit priests (among them Father Hubert Schiffer) near the center of the atom bomb attack on Hiroshima. Their survival was considered by many to be a miracle. The Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima was started by Rev. Harold V. Colgan when he was completely cured of a serious heart attack after praying to the Blessed Virgin Mary. If cured he promised to spend the rest of his life spreading devotion to her. Blue Army members promise to say the Rosary every day, consecrate themselves to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and offer sacrifices and ...