Join us at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 16, in Damen MPR South for a presentation about the context and reality of Central American migration by Jesuit scholastic, Marcos Gonzales, SJ, who traveled the journey north last summer. For more information, please contact Fr. D. Scott Hendrickson, SJ, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning on February 19 at 5 p.m., "Be still and know that I am God" is a silent, preached retreat that invites the retreatant into silence, to contemplate the wonder of the universe, and one's place in the cosmos. This retreat will have the themes of ecology and spirituality. Students will maintain silence throughout the retreat.
All are welcome on Sunday, February 21, at 3:00 p.m. in Madonna della Strada Chapel for a free organ concert. Carl Chadek is our featured artist in February.
Conversation with Eboo Patel
Eboo Patel, author of "Acts of Faith," is coming on Monday, February 22. There are two sessions: the first is a Keynote Address at 4 p.m. in Damen MPR, which is open to all, where you can hear Eboo speak abour the value and practicality of interfaith and interreligious dialogue; the second is the Student Session at 5 p.m. where it is designed for students interested in advancing interfaith and interreligious dialogue at Loyola and in their communities.
Campus Ministry, jointly with Community Service and Action, is currently updating Graduate Student Employment opportunities for the 2016-2017 academic year. While we finalize details, we invite individuals interested in learning more about Graduate Student Employment in Campus Ministry or Community Service and Action to communicate with us about their interest. Learn more….
On February 27, from 10am to 2pm, pray popular devotions like the Divine Office, Rosary, and Stations of the Cross during this one day, on-campus retreat. Free materials and lunch included. To register, please contact Dr. Salay, email@example.com.
Nojan's life journey has taken him from Iran to Turkey to the United States and now here at Loyola. In his fourth and final year, learn about his accomplishments as founder of the Baha'i Club and hear his advice to push yourself outside of your comfort zone to make your time at Loyola just as rich as his own.
Attend a Retreat
Loyola 360 is a weekend retreat open to students in their first year at Loyola. Register now for the Spring Loyola 360 Retreat. Click the title to register.
The Loyola Experience is lived at a frenetic, fast-forward pace. Noon Tunes creates a space in which all students, regardless of their faith background, can “press pause” for a few moments. Every week, a student leader and/or Loyola staff member will put together a playlist of music that explores a particular theme. Drop by the Damen Cinema anytime between 12noon - 1:00 p.m. to slow down a little, unplug, and join your peers for a few minutes of guided reflection.
Looking for an oasis of prayer during the middle of your week? Find the quiet you long for on Wednesday evenings. Taizé Prayer is a prayer service filled with meditative song, scripture and silence. All are welcome. Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. in Madonna della Strada Chapel