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Graham Murtaugh

Graham Murtaugh is a second-year student in the Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychology program at The Seattle School. He is a maker of poetry, collaborative art, liturgies, a mean pozolé, differences, joyful noises, soccer-related hollering, grimaces, and occasional messes. If you want to make a thing together, email graham.murtaugh@theseattleschool.edu; if you want to see more of his work, head to theliturgists.com or grahammurtaugh.com.

  • Advent: Oh Baby

    Oh, Baby

    At the end of a long, often divisive and tragic year, the simplicity of the nativity—the shepherds and wise men, the lowing cattle—might feel...
  • I Need You to Survive

    At The Seattle School, we are fundamentally committed to educating, training, and equipping individuals who approach interactions with others with wisdom, creativity, courage, and...