Join the Hank Center and the Catholic Studies Minor for our Catholic Q&A of the fall semester. The discussion will be lead by Loyola's own Dr. Michelle Nickerson (Department of History) around the topic of feminism and the Catholic Church.
In conjunction with Loyola’s Public Interest Law Society and the Catholic Lawyers Guild of Chicago, the Hank Center is proud to co-sponsor this address by Chancellor Garanzini and the accompanying panel discussion hosted by Loyola University Chicago's School of Law. Please join us for this important conversation.
Join The Hank Center for our upcoming international conference devoted to the life and work of the poet Denise Levertov (1923-1997). “this need to dance / this need to kneel”: The Poetry and Poetic Life of Denise Levertov will take place October 23-24, 2015 on Loyola's Water Tower Campus. Register today!
Join the Hank Center for our first Faith in Focus film of the semester. In conjunction with the Chicago Catholic Immigrants Conference: The Poles, we will be showing the 2013 documentary The Fourth Partition by Adrian Prawica. Join us for the film, and for a post-screening discussion with the director.
Join us for the third installation of the Hank Center's Chicago Catholic Immigrants Conference. This year, in conjunction with the Interdisciplinary Program in Polish Studies at Loyola University Chicago, we will be looking at the Polish community in Chicago.
Join the Hank Center for its second Faith in Focus film of the semester. At this gathering, we will watch the 2015 film Full of Grace by Andrew Hyatt. Join us for the screening and post-screening discussion with Dr. Michael Murphy, Director of the Catholic Studies Minor at Loyola University Chicago.