As their mission trip ends, the 12 Ave Maria University students who volunteered in Calcutta have much to contemplate.
Today, Leah shares how kindness with simple gestures toward the children and women in Calcutta made her day. She has worked with the orphans, the sick and dying during her time in Calcutta with the AMU group.
Ave Maria University Junior Joe Kerr shares his story of a day of service in Calcutta. He massaged the ill to help take away some of their pain and helped feed a young girl with cerebral palsy.
Myra Janco Daniels will be the honored guest next February at AMU’s largest fundraiser, which will celebrate the life and contributions of Mrs. Daniels, the founder and former chief executive officer of the Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts.
Today, the students toured Calcutta, getting an up close and personal look at the slums where Mother Teresa worked and lived.
Ave Maria University President Jim Towey and a dozen Ave Maria students are in Calcutta, India, for a weeklong mission helping the religious order that was the focus for much of Mother Teresa’s work.
Experience the trip through the students’ eyes. They’ll share what they see, hear and feel in words and images. Be part of their Calcutta calling.
President Jim Towey shares the exciting results of a Standard & Poor’s review of Ave Maria University’s finances in his recap to the AMU community of the recently completed academic year’s extraordinary accomplishments.
The governor addressed Ave Maria University’s 2013 graduating class of 159 undergraduates and 15 graduate students in the Golisano Fieldhouse.