Loyola University Chicago Chancellor Rev. Michael Garanzini, S.J. leads a panel discussion on Pope Francis's recent encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si, in which the Pope challenges the whole human family to work together "to seek a sustainable and integral development."
A Morning of Reflection and Conversation with Fr. Orobator
Fr. Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator, S.J., September 26, 2015, discusses his experience as a Jesuit. Sponsored by the Ignatian Spirituality Project.
Loyola University Chicago’s Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage welcomes Mark Kennedy Shriver, PhD, as part of its annual “Catholic Thought and the Professional Life” series to open a conversation about the role of Catholicism across professional disciplines today.
On November 16, 1989, members of the Salvadoran military murdered six Jesuit priests and two others at the University of Central America. Jon Sobrino, S.J., who taught at the university but was out of town when the victims were killed, spoke about their legacy during his visit to Loyola University Chicago.
The Loyola University Gannon Center for Women and Leadership and the Chicago Network sponsored a program, "It's Your Money: Illinois Election 2014 and Fiscal Crisis in Illinois, Oct. 23, 2014."
Moderated by Windy City Times Publisher Tracy Baim, the panel featured: G. Dennis Conroy (Metropolitan Family Services senior vice president of external affairs), Katie Drews (Better Government Association investigative reporter), Greg Hinz (Crain's Chicago Business political columnist), and Dr. Twyla Blackmond Larnell (assistant professor of political science at Loyola)
An alumna of Mundelein College, Professor Judith Mayotte is an expert on issues concerning refugees and civilian displacement. She asks us all to consider: Are we willing to change how we treat the Earth so that people won't be forced to flee their homes because of chaotic climate change?
"Early Childhood Education for the Future: The Creative Use of Public-Private Partnerships to Provide High-Quality, Cost-Effective School Readiness Programs." Symposium co-sponsored by: the Illinois State Board of Education, Illinois Resource Center: Early Childhood Professional Development, & Loyola University School of Law Education Law and Policy Institute.
Join us for this Christmas tradition, Lessons and Carols, a liturgy of song in which nine lessons are told, recounting Scripture. Based on an order drawn up by the Bishop of Truro in Cornwall, England in 1880, Lessons and Carols tells the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus.