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A Pep Talk From the New Testament

Gloria White-Hammond’s speech for Baccalaureate 2009


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In the video above, Gloria White-Hammond delivers the Baccalaureate sermon — a pep talk drawn from the New Testament. White-Hammond gave her address after the Rev. Dr. Robert Allan Hill, dean of Marsh Chapel, greeted the congregation. Opening prayers and lessons were offered by Father Paul Helfrich, University chaplain for Catholic Services, Provost David Campbell, and President Robert A. Brown, who read from the Gospel of Matthew: “Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works.”


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