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Holy Names University Annual Report 2009-10

Holy Names University Annual Report 2009-10

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 Annual Report 2009-2010
Phantrop 
e Power of 
 
The Sophia Mural
at Holy Names University (HNU) was created by artist Louisa Jenkins and assistedby Sister Maria Luisa Wolfskill ’49 
and HNU art students. Located on the east side of Brennan Hall,the Mural is a mosaic symbol of wisdom and the work pursued by a Catholic Liberal Arts Institution.Te sculpture emanating from the head, symbolizing wisdom and connecting with each of the threemosaic panels, suggests
wave lengths of power – Light, Creativity and Energy –
infusedinto the three academic areas of: Philosophy and Teology, Arts and Letters and Natural Sciences.
 
Philanthropy 
In ancient
Greek tradition, Zeus was so fed up with the stupidity andcrudeness of men and women that he wanted to destroy them. Fortunately forus, Prometheus intervened and sharedtwo things that make us human. Terst was the gift of re, previously theexclusive property of the gods. Tesecond was the virtue of philanthropy,literally the love (
 philos 
) of humankind(
anthropos).
Tese gifts were the rstacts of philanthropy. Given re, we were able to progress. Given the ability to love others, we were empowered tobecome fully human.Te Judeo-Christian tradition catchesthis same spirit of empowering phi-lanthropy in the Golden Rule, whichMother Marie Rose Durocher, thefoundress of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, echoes when she asks us to “Extend a hand toone another to help surmount thediculties that occur.”Holy Names University exists only because of the love and generosity that the Sisters, trustees, faculty, sta,alumni, friends, and you manifest forour mission. Grounded in the core val-ues of the liberal arts and the Catholictradition, we try to touch each genera-tion of students, preparing them tothink critically, seek and discern the
 A message from the President 
 
truth, communicate eectively andpersuasively, and become skilledprofessionals guided by love, ethics,social justice, diversity, and generosity.Tis special issue includes the namesof those individuals and organizationsthat have shown their love of ourstudents and the common good by sharing their resources with Holy Names University. Each gift is an actof philanthropy, an act of love, and agift empowering the receiver andennobling the giver.Please receive this report as ourtestimony to these our humanheroines and heroes whose giftssustain, transform, and challengeus anew to “liberate the spirit” inall whose lives we touch.
 William J. Hynes, Ph.D.
President 

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