Featured Artist: Jacob Hotovy

Joshua Shaffer: Where did you grow up? Jacob Hotovy: I grew up in the great town of Lincoln, Nebraska. Then for college I moved out here [to] Escondido, California. That’s about it. Nothing too interesting. JS: How did you develop your passion for film and theatre? JH: Well my mom owns a theatre group back home called S.T.A.G.E. Student Theatre and Godly Evangelization is the … Continue reading Featured Artist: Jacob Hotovy

JPCatholic Business Students Visit Local Company That Balances Purpose and Profit

Riding a converted fire truck to the manufacturing facility, students from JPCatholic University’s Business Planning class toured Dr. Bronner’s Soap in Vista this past Thursday, learning applied business concepts from the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Michael Milam. Continue reading JPCatholic Business Students Visit Local Company That Balances Purpose and Profit

Interview With A Priest of the Anglican Ordinariate

I am Fr. Glenn Baaten, a priest of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. I am the parish administrator of St. Augustine of Canterbury Catholic Church in the Del Mar area of San Diego. I was ordained as a Catholic priest 2 and a half years ago. Prior to that, I served as an Anglican priest and, prior to that, a former Presbyterian pastor. My entry into the Roman Catholic Church has been a decades long, slow, but sure path into the fullness of the Church. Continue reading Interview With A Priest of the Anglican Ordinariate

Weekly Newsletter September 4th – 10th

Wednesday, 9/5: 9:30am – 10:30am, Book of Ruth Bible Study – Led by Austin Schneider in the Student Life Center 6:45pm, Ultimate Frisbee – Grape Day Park 9:00pm, Rosary at the Perch   Thursday, 9/6: 3:40pm – 4:40pm, Prayer in Scripture Bible Study – Led by Austin Schneider in the Student Life Center 7:00pm, Senior Project and Thesis Screening – Regal Cinema, Doors open at 6:30pm After Senior … Continue reading Weekly Newsletter September 4th – 10th

Sell Stuff, Make Money, Move Easily.

Finals week is just around the corner, and let’s be real, the impending sense of doom has heightened exponentially as we face not only finals but another move out weekend. Whether we are moving our stuff back home, to a storage unit, or the car, there is packing that needs to get done. If you are stressed about the amount of stuff you are going to have to lug through hallways and down staircases, consider downsizing. Here are several ways to lessen the number of boxes you have to move. Continue reading Sell Stuff, Make Money, Move Easily.

Beach Ultimate Sunday

The JPCatholic Ultimate Club is provides one of the more popular events at the university. Sophomore business student Rebecca Knebelsberger said, “I enjoy playing every week because I love sports and also because I get to meet and interact with different people. To me the club builds community as well as strength, physical and mental. I think it is so important to be active and to have fun while doing it.” Continue reading Beach Ultimate Sunday

Touring Taylor Guitars

by Br. Dominic Smith, O.S.A. Students from John Paul the Great Catholic University traveled to Taylor Guitar’s 145,000 square foot manufacturing facility in El Cajon last Thursday for a lesson in business planning. After studying various business models in the classroom, Professor Culbertson and his students visited one of the top manufacturers of acoustic guitars in the United States.  Students were given safety glasses and headphones … Continue reading Touring Taylor Guitars