During November, Loyola University Chicago remembers those members of our community who have passed away. The Mass of Remembrance is offered for all deceased alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents, and friends of Loyola. A reception at McCormick Lounge will follow the Mass. Mass - 5 p.m. in Madonna della Strada Chapel. Reception - 6 p.m. in McCormick Lounge
The Division of Student Development is seeking input from students on how DSD might address the five institutional priorities. To assist in shaping the DSD’s plan, students are invited to attend one of the open fora on November 5th in Regis MPR 7-9pm or November 13th at Santa Clara 7-9pm.
Join us in our fight to educate, advocate, and fund-raise during Hunger Week 2014, November 3rd to the 9th. This year’s beneficiaries include A Just Harvest, the Society of St. Andrew, and The Hunger Project—all groups dedicating to ending hunger at a local, national, and international level.
The Ignatian Silent Retreat is an opportunity for mature undergraduate and graduate students who desire a truly alternative Winter Break. This retreat is rooted in the Ignatian tradition and allows participants to enter into silence and prayer. The quiet environment, combined with caring directors and amazing food, creates a space to become more deeply aware of one's life experiences and grow in relationship with God and yourself. Retreat Dates: January 4-8, 2015. Registration Deadline: December 1, 2014.
Join us for the next Ask Big Questions Dinner Dialogues Mondays and Tuesdays at 6:30pm this semester. The next dinner is Tuesday, November 4 in Damen 214 focusing on the question “What would you sacrifice to repair the world?”
Looking to get involved at Loyola and make an impact on the world? Check out Alternative Break Immersion Programs in Campus Ministry! Our immersion experiences will give you the opportunity to engage with others outside of Loyola and gain awareness about your world on one of 19 trips over Spring Break and May. Our program combines spirituality, simplicity, justice, and community to give you an experience that will impact you for a lifetime.
Join the Christian Life Communities (in conjunction with Hunger Week) in collecting canned goods and non-perishable items around the Edgewater and Rogers Park neighborhoods to benefit a local community kitchen - A Just Harvest, on Sunday, November 9, 8:30am – 1pm. Lunch will be provided! If interested, please sign up by Friday, November 7.
I Love Jesuit t-shirts now available! To honor the 25 anniversary of the Salvadoran Martyrs, Campus Ministry is selling "I Love Jesuit" t-shirts for $20. There is a limited quantity so please order soon. Once you have placed your order and it has been processed, you will receive an email from email@example.com when your t-shirt is ready to be picked up in Campus Ministry.
Professor Dina Berger, Director of the Latin American Studies Program, will give a talk about the Day of the Dead holiday celebrated in Mexico. She will highlight ways that communities commemorate and celebrate the memories of the deceased. There will be an altar that honors loved ones who have passed as well as commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Salvadoran martyrs. So join us on Thursday, October 30 from 11:30am-12:45pm in Damen MPR South to celebrate Dia de los Muertos!
Loyola University Chicago is a proud sponsor of the RACE: Are We So Different? exhibition that is being brought to the Chicagoland area by the YWCA Evanston/North Shore and the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, IL.
Loyola Gives is the annual Loyola University Chicago Holiday Giving Program. Loyola Gives joins our campus community with Catholic Charities' Sponsor-A-Family program to spread holiday cheer throughout Chicago. Loyola groups sponsor families in need by raising funds and purchasing items requested by the families. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org