Catholic Gators Blog

How to Make a Difference in 2017

It’s plain to see that 2016 was not the greatest year to go down in the history books.  Let’s face it: the world right now is more violent, divisive, and selfish than ever.  It seems like every week brings a... Continue Reading →

What I Found SEEKing

I had no idea what I was getting myself into, the second day of the new year, when I set off from Gainesville in a car full of crazy people. As soon as we began our journey to San Antonio,... Continue Reading →

The Catholic College Student’s Guide to Surviving Finals Week

Finals week is rough and we all know it.  Whether you have one exam or ten exams, this week can be hard on your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.  That is why I have compiled for you a nifty guide... Continue Reading →

Coming Together and Changing Lives: The Gators for Venezuela Initiative

  I don’t know if you’ve heard of the situation in Venezuela, but things are not good. And they haven’t been for a long time. People are suffering, starving, dying every single day of disease, malnutrition, and there’s a real... Continue Reading →

Check Out Our Latest Creative Corner Post!

“Wow, I wish I was that holy.”

“Wow, I wish I was that holy.” These exact words came out of my mouth three years ago when I was a little freshman just beginning to grow deeper in my faith in college. I saw the senior Catholic Gators... Continue Reading →

The Catholic Gators Coalition Wants YOU to Help Venezuela

As students at UF, most of us can relate to late night pajama runs to the nearest Provisions on Demand (POD) Market to grab a few “essentials,” like the totally necessary Ben and Jerry’s ice cream tubs. As residents of... Continue Reading →

A New Meaning for “Catholic Gators”

Every morning as I walk to my 10:40am class, I pass a murky, green pond next to Little Hall.  This is no beautiful body of water, in fact I would never have paid any attention to it if it wasn’t... Continue Reading →

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