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The Mazzuchelli Lecture Presented by

President Donna M. Carroll

As a Sinsinawa Dominican-sponsored institution, Dominican University prepares students to pursue truth, to give compassionate service and to participate in the creation of a more just and humane world.


About the President

So Proudly Dominican: 800 Years and Counting on You

Donna M. Carroll completed her 21st year as president of Dominican University. She is the first lay president of the in-stitution, which was founded in 1901. In 1997, she led the academic community through a successful name change from Rosary College to Dominican University. Today, Dominican is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 20 master’s level universities in the Midwest and, by BestColleges.com, as one of the top Catholic universities in the country. Prior to her appointment at Dominican, Dr. Carroll served as Secretary of the University at Fordham University (NYC), and Vice President, Dean of the College and Dean of Students at Mount Vernon College in Washington, D.C. Named one of 20 Chicago “Women to Watch” by Crain’s Chicago Business, Dr. Carroll was recently featured as a “Remarkable Woman” by the Chicago Tribune, and has been listed among the top ten wom-en in education by the Chicago Sun-Times. In 2013, she was hon-ored as a “Woman of Purpose” by Womenetics and received the “Stranger No Longer” Award from the Office of Immigration Affairs of the Chicago Archdiocese. Dr. Carroll received her bachelor’s degree in English from Wellesley College and master and doctoral degrees in Higher Education Administration and Counseling from the University of Cincinnati. She is currently a trustee of Fordham University and Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, in addition to serving on the Chicago Catholic School Board.


About the President

So Proudly Dominican: 800 Years and Counting on You

Donna M. Carroll completed her 21st year as president of Dominican University. She is the first lay president of the in-stitution, which was founded in 1901. In 1997, she led the academic community through a successful name change from Rosary College to Dominican University. Today, Dominican is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 20 master’s level universities in the Midwest and, by BestColleges.com, as one of the top Catholic universities in the country. Prior to her appointment at Dominican, Dr. Carroll served as Secretary of the University at Fordham University (NYC), and Vice President, Dean of the College and Dean of Students at Mount Vernon College in Washington, D.C. Named one of 20 Chicago “Women to Watch” by Crain’s Chicago Business, Dr. Carroll was recently featured as a “Remarkable Woman” by the Chicago Tribune, and has been listed among the top ten wom-en in education by the Chicago Sun-Times. In 2013, she was hon-ored as a “Woman of Purpose” by Womenetics and received the “Stranger No Longer” Award from the Office of Immigration Affairs of the Chicago Archdiocese. Dr. Carroll received her bachelor’s degree in English from Wellesley College and master and doctoral degrees in Higher Education Administration and Counseling from the University of Cincinnati. She is currently a trustee of Fordham University and Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, in addition to serving on the Chicago Catholic School Board.


Prelude

The Beauty of Your Dreams Music by Joan Szymko Text adapted from the words of Eleanor Roosevelt Liturgical Choir I will make a prayer to ask what I can do. I will make a prayer to ask for courage to follow the light as it is given to me. You gain courage and strength and confidence every time you look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do. Life must be lived! Cast out fear and face the unknown. Face the unknown with courage and integrity and a high heart. Believe in your dreams, believe in the beauty of your dreams. The future belongs to those that believe in the beauty of their dreams.

Psalm 83

All:

How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts. Side 1: My soul is longing and yearning for the courts of the Lord. Myheart and my soul ring out their joy to God, the living God. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts. Side 2: The sparrow finds her self a home and the swallow finds a nest. She lays her young by your altar, my Creator and my God. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts. Side 1: How happy those who dwell in your house forever singing your praise. How happy the people whose strength you are, their hearts are set on pilgrimage. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts.

Proclamation of Jubilee Claire Noonan, DMin

Vice President for Mission and Ministry

Side 2: I’d rather spend one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere. The threshold of the house of God, I prefer to the tents of sinners. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts.


Prelude

The Beauty of Your Dreams Music by Joan Szymko Text adapted from the words of Eleanor Roosevelt Liturgical Choir I will make a prayer to ask what I can do. I will make a prayer to ask for courage to follow the light as it is given to me. You gain courage and strength and confidence every time you look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do. Life must be lived! Cast out fear and face the unknown. Face the unknown with courage and integrity and a high heart. Believe in your dreams, believe in the beauty of your dreams. The future belongs to those that believe in the beauty of their dreams.

Psalm 83

All:

How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts. Side 1: My soul is longing and yearning for the courts of the Lord. Myheart and my soul ring out their joy to God, the living God. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts. Side 2: The sparrow finds her self a home and the swallow finds a nest. She lays her young by your altar, my Creator and my God. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts. Side 1: How happy those who dwell in your house forever singing your praise. How happy the people whose strength you are, their hearts are set on pilgrimage. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts.

Proclamation of Jubilee Claire Noonan, DMin

Vice President for Mission and Ministry

Side 2: I’d rather spend one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere. The threshold of the house of God, I prefer to the tents of sinners. All: How lovely is your dwelling place, O God of Hosts.


Song

Laudare, Benedicare, Praedicare Official Hymn of the Jubilee of the Order

Refrain: Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare! Laudare, we praise our Lord with our saints, Benedicere, we lift our voice in song, Praedicare, we proclaim Your Word to the world. Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare! Verse: Sent out to preach by Dominic, Sent two by two to all the world, Sent out to study the Gospel of grace, to find new ways to preach Composer: Fr. Giuseppe Pietro V. Arsciwals, OP Choral arrangement: Mr. Irineo Hernandez III Musical arrangement: Mr. Paulo Zarate

Introduction

Sister Jean Murray, OP, PhD President Emerita, Rosary College


Song

Laudare, Benedicare, Praedicare Official Hymn of the Jubilee of the Order

Refrain: Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare! Laudare, we praise our Lord with our saints, Benedicere, we lift our voice in song, Praedicare, we proclaim Your Word to the world. Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare! Verse: Sent out to preach by Dominic, Sent two by two to all the world, Sent out to study the Gospel of grace, to find new ways to preach Composer: Fr. Giuseppe Pietro V. Arsciwals, OP Choral arrangement: Mr. Irineo Hernandez III Musical arrangement: Mr. Paulo Zarate

Introduction

Sister Jean Murray, OP, PhD President Emerita, Rosary College


The Mazzuchelli Lecture Presented by

President Donna M. Carroll

As a Sinsinawa Dominican-sponsored institution, Dominican University prepares students to pursue truth, to give compassionate service and to participate in the creation of a more just and humane world.

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