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We seem to know Joseph so well, yet he plays a bit part in the drama that is the conception, birth, and childhood of Jesus Christ, recounted partly in the readings of today. He is barely noticeable in the narrative. … Continue reading
Meet the Friars
Br. Greg Dunn, O.P.Learn About Our Student Friars
Brother Greg is from Fort Worth, Texas, and is one of three children in the Dunn Family. He graduated from Texas A&M University in the spring of 2016 before entering the Dominicans. In college, he found great encouragement in the witness of many fellow students and priests at St. Mary’s Catholic Center who followed Christ with their whole hearts. He was drawn to the Order of Preachers because of the Dominicans he met along the way pray with faith, live in community, study God’s Word, and preach authentically.
He enjoys hiking, baseball, and playing other pick-up sports. If you would like to learn some Fightin’ Texas Aggie Yells, feel free to ask him. Also, with a great bit of perseverance, he is a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan.
Br. Joseph Paul Albin, O.P.Learn About Our Student Friars
Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Br. Joseph Paul is the third of four brothers. He attended the University of Missouri, where he first met the Dominicans. After working in the Newman Center in Columbia, MO, he moved to New Orleans and attended graduate school at Loyola University. He was also a campus minister at Loyola where his primary ministry was working with retreats and small faith sharing groups. When not praying or studying, Br. Joseph Paul enjoys Saints Football and live music.
The Center for Catholic Life at Tulane UniversityLearn More
Beginning in the 1930s the Catholic Center at Tulane has developed into a vibrant center for Catholic life on campus served by the Dominican friars. As Tulane University seeks to form students not only for success in their professions but also for service to their local community, the Catholic Center provides an indispensable spiritual dimension. Spiritual formation is not just about devotion, but a solid foundation of intellectual and moral values from which one thinks, chooses and acts in the world as a human being with integrity. The Center for Catholic Life provides opportunities to learn through lectures, classes and personal study, to serve through community programs and a mission to Honduras, to pray through liturgy and prayer groups, and to grow through fellowship, dialogue, Reconciliation and spiritual direction. Through their involvement at the Catholic Center, Tulane students have a space to integrate all they learn and become saints for the Church and the world.