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Students walk past St. Joseph Commons

Students may have woken up a little groggy this morning after a hyper-stimulating weekend, but they were nonetheless ready to get back to work. In the morning class they began on Euclid’s definitions, common notions, and postulates in lively discussions. Having consdered the meanings of such terms as “line” and “point,” they are now ready to take on Euclidean propositions throughout the rest of the week’s morning sessions.

At the afternoon class, after Mass and lunch, students discussed the first two books of Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy. Written in 524 A.D., while Boethius awaited his martyrdom in prison, this work is presented in the form of a dialogue between Boethius and Lady Philosophy, in which they discuss evil, happiness, suffering, fate, God, and free will. In short, it’s the perfect work to tie up the big questions that the students have been pondering for the last week.

On another note, we finally have photos available from Saturday night! Sorry for the delay! Below are slideshows from the Stations of the Cross …

  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross
  • HSSP19 -- stations
    Slideshow: Stations of the Cross

… and Open-Mic night:

  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night
  • HSSP19 -- Open-Mic Night
    Slideshow; Open-Mic Night