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How Morgan Students Spend Their Sundays

By Korey Matthews, Social Media EditorFor many students, Sunday is a day of doing homework and getting rest, not going to church. Sunday is seen as a day for church. The first official day of the week has long been held as a day of rest, fit for gatherings in local religious assemblies. However, for students at Morgan State University and other colleges across the nation, church is no longer seen as a necessity. Instead, it is an option, and one often not chosen. John Mcqueen, a junior electrical engineering major, says Sunday is a day to get rest that […]

by · February 14, 2018 · 0 comments · CAMPUS, COLLEGE, PERSPECTIVES
William Lori, the Archbishop of Baltimore, at Sunday mass in Morgan State University's chapel.
Photo by Wyman Jones.

Morgan chapel welcomes Archbishop of Baltimore for first mass on campus

Blair Young, Staff WriterWith Morgan State University celebrating its sesquicentennial this year, Sunday marked another historic first in the school’s long history. Archbishop of Baltimore, William Lori visited Morgan’s Chapel and performed the first mass by a Catholic prelate. “I am told that I am the first Roman Catholic Archbishop to celebrate mass on this campus in its 150 year history,” said Lori. “Well, I have been the Archbishop of Baltimore less than five of those 150 years and I can promise you this, I won’t wait another 150 years to visit again.” The service was a traditional Catholic mass […]

by · February 27, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS