- Mission Week 2012 - Who is my neighbor?
Mission Week is Marquette University's annual exploration of the richness of our Catholic and Jesuit tradition. Please join us as together we explore the question asked of Jesus in the Good Samaritan parable: "Who is my neighbor?" Because of this story, people all over the world speak of being a good samaritan or of attending to those in need.
Who are our neighbors — locally, nationally and internationally? Throughout the week, we will reflect on this and examine how we can create international networks to address issues of faith, justice and ecology.
- Mission Week 2011 - Imagine God
Learning is an act of imagination, and it is in stretching our imaginations that we extend ourselves toward God. Therefore, we invite you to explore your religious imagination and experience how music, art, poetry, scholarship and reflection contribute to the ways you imagine God and the world around you.
- Mission Week 2010 - Centennial Celebration of Women at Marquette
The 2010 Mission Week was dedicated to the Centennial Celebration of Women at Marquette.
- Mission Week 2009 - iAct:Consequences of Faith
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Shirin Ebadi speaking on, "Human Rights and the Consequences of Faith."
- Mission Week 2008 - Faith Doing Justice
Keynote Speaker: Soledad O'Brien of CNN moderates the conversation of four distinguished panelists as they discuss how faith affects our decissions about dealing with conflict and injustice.
- Mission Week 2007 - Challenged to Choose: The Courage to Act
Keynote Speaker: Lynn Brewer speaking on, "Challenged to Choose: the Courage to Act, Confessions of the Enron Executive."
- Mission Week 2006 - Human Dignity, Human Rights: A Call to Service
Keynote Speaker: Paul Rusesabagina, subject of the film Hotel Rwanda
- Mission Week 2005 - Constructing Peace
Keynote Speaker: Arun Gandhi, grandson or Mahatma Gandhi
- Mission Week 2004 - Hope and Freedom: A Faith Journey of Struggle and Solidarity
Keynote Speaker: Lech Walesa, founder of the Solidarity labor movement, campaigner for human rights, former president of Poland and Nobel laureate
- Mission Week 2003 - Emerging Leaders
Keynote Speaker: The Most Rev. Desmond Mpilo Tutu, Anglican archbishop emeritus of Cape Town, South Africa and a 1984 Nobel Peace Prize winner
- Mission Week 2002 - Loaves and Fishes
Keynote Speaker: Martin Luther King III, the eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Correta Scott King