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Ignatian Pedagogy Events

April 2013

April 1 - Brown Bag: Ignatian Prayer Experiences. These monthly hour-long sessions will engage in Ignatian methods of prayer. For those seeking to expand their experiences of prayer or those desiring some time for prayer and reflection ,each session stands alone so one can attend one session or all. Coordinated by Fr. Robert Braunreuther, SJ. 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm in Cuneo #410. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

April 2--Brown Bag: Ignatian Pedagogy Panel. 12:30-2:00 in CLC 205. Cura Personalis. Magis. AMDG. These terms, familiar in Jesuit ideology, may be less obvious as we move into the classroom. How do we exemplify these ideals as faculty working with students? What do these ideals look like in the classroom, across disciplines? Join us as three faculty members share their views on how Ignatian Pedagogy informs their work in the classroom and the teaching and learning mission at Loyola University Chicago. The panelists are: Dr. Gezinus Hidding, Quinlan School of Business; Dr. Leanne Kallemeyn, School of Education; Dr. Richelle Rogers, School of Communication; moderated by Dr. Julia Pryce, School of Social Work and Associate Director of the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy. A light lunch will be served so we are requesting an RSVP to facultycenter@lus.edu. Sponsored by the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy.

April 2 - WTC Panel Discussion: Catholicism, Global Development, and the Professional Life. Guest Speaker Robert Calderisis, writer and economist, formerly of The World Bank. Loyola University Panelists: Prof. John Breen, School of Law; Prof. Patricia Kay K. Felkins, School of Communication; Dr. Michael E. Dantly, Dean of the School of Education; Prof. A.G. Tassos Malliaris, Quinlan School of Business; Brian J. Schmisek, Director of the Institute of Pastoral Studies; Dr. Maria Vidal de Haymes, School of Social Work: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm in Bean Hall, Lewis Towers, WTC. Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage.

April 3 -Communal Gathering: Moved to Greater Love: A Jesuit Online Daily Reflection for Lent and Early Easter. A 9-week online Lenten/Easter daily reflection in conjunction with Jesuit Communities throughout the US. The reflection focuses on four specific graces: Gratitude, Spiritual Freedom, Vision and Joy. Three communal gatherings at each campus are a part of this program. Coordinated by Chris Murphy, WTC Meeting #2: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in corboy Law Center #727. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

April 7 - Symposium: Sanctuary and Sustenance: Syria and the Plight of Refugees. Speakers include guests from the United Nation Organization, Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, DePaul University, Loyola University Chicago, and religious not-for-profit organizations. Contact CCIH for detailed program: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm in Kasbeer Hall, Corboy Law Center, WTC. Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage.

April 8 - Communal Gathering: Moved to Greater Love: A Jesuit Online Daily Reflection for Lent and Early Easter. A 9-week online Lenten/Easter daily reflection in conjunction with Jesuit Communities throughout the US. The reflection focuses on four specific graces: Gratitude, Spiritual Freedom, Vision and Joy. Three communal gatherings at each campus are a part of this program. Coordinated by Chris Murphy, LSC Meeting #2: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in Cuneo Hall #417. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

 

April 11 - Living Tradition Award/CCIH Annual Banquet (By Invitation only): This award is given to a scholar who has exemplified the Catholic intellectural heritage in their work and life. The 2014 Living Tradition Award will honor Dr. Marcel Fredericks, Professor Emertitus of sociology and Director of the Office of Research in Medical Sociology in the Department of Sociology.

April 11 - Faculty Reading Groups: The Shrine at Altamira (1992) by the novelist John L'Heureax: Cuneo Hall, Room 425, LSC. Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage.

April 11 -Communal Gathering: Moved to Greater Love: A Jesuit Online Daily Reflection for Lent and Early Easter. A 9-week online Lenten/Easter daily reflection in conjunction with Jesuit Communities throughout the US. The reflection focuses on four specific graces: Gratitude, Spiritual Freedom, Vision and Joy. Three communal gatherings at each campus are a part of this program. Coordinated by Chris Murphy, HSC Meeting #2: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in Stritch School of Medicine #150. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

April 16 - Brown Bag Discussion Series: Applying Ignatian Pedagogy to our Day-to-Day Work. An informal, collaborative reading group examining ways to apply Ignatian pedagogical methods in our day-to-day work. Noon. WTC - 5th floor Provost's office conference room, Lewis Towers. Sponsored by the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy.

April 23 - Brown Bag Discussion Series: Applying Ignatian Pedagogy to our Day-to-Day Work. An informal, collaborative reading group examining ways to apply Ignatian pedagogical methods in our day-to-day work. Noon. LSC - Cuneo Hall 410. Sponsored by the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy.

 

May 2013

May 1 -Communal Gathering: Moved to Greater Love: A Jesuit Online Daily Reflection for Lent and Early Easter. A 9-week online Lenten/Easter daily reflection in conjunction with Jesuit Communities throughout the US. The reflection focuses on four specific graces: Gratitude, Spiritual Freedom, Vision and Joy. Three communal gatherings at each campus are a part of this program. Coordinated by Chris Murphy, WTC Meeting #3: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in TBD. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

May 2 - Communal Gathering: Moved to Greater Love: A Jesuit Online Daily Reflection for Lent and Early Easter. A 9-week online Lenten/Easter daily reflection in conjunction with Jesuit Communities throughout the US. The reflection focuses on four specific graces: Gratitude, Spiritual Freedom, Vision and Joy. Three communal gatherings at each campus are a part of this program. Coordinated by Chris Murphy, HSC Meeting #3: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in Stritch School of Medicine #250. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

May 6 - Communal Gathering: Moved to Greater Love: A Jesuit Online Daily Reflection for Lent and Early Easter. A 9-week online Lenten/Easter daily reflection in conjunction with Jesuit Communities throughout the US. The reflection focuses on four specific graces: Gratitude, Spiritual Freedom, Vision and Joy. Three communal gatherings at each campus are a part of this program. Coordinated by Chris Murphy, LSC Meeting #3: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in Cuneo Hall #417. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

May 28 - May 30 - A Mission Retreat on Ignatian Contemplation. May 28, 7:30 pm - May 30, 6:00 pm at LUREC, Woodstock, IL. Sponsored by Mission and Identity.

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