Continuing a Jesuit tradition of leadership in theological research and education, Loyola offers both undergraduate and graduate coursework and degrees in Theology which can prepare you for life beyond Loyola, whatever career you choose to pursue.
The Catholic Studies Minor will be hosting its 1st Inaugural John Courtney Murray Forum titled "Disposable Culture and Our World Today" on March 31, 2014.
The Theology Department is sponsoring a series of lectures and programs this academic year on the topic of environmental sustainability with other departments and institutes throughout the university. The programs will range from a major conference co-sponsored with the Institute for Environmental Sustainability to programs featuring the Loyola Theology faculty.
The 12th Annual Loyola University Chicago/Marquette Graduate Theological Colloquium was held on Saturday, February, 15 from 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. in the Information Commons, 4th Floor.
Loyola University Chicago’s Chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa, the National Honors Society for Religious Studies and Theology, held a panel presentation on the topic "Is My Brain Killing My Soul? on Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Cuneo Hall 324.
The International Jesuit Ecology Project (IJEP) met on February 9 - 14 for a workshop at Loyola University's Retreat and Ecology Center in Woodstock, Illinois.
Prof. Hille Haker spoke at LMU's Bioethics Institute on Thursday, February 6, on the topic of "Feminist Bioethics and the Concept of Parenthood in the Age of Reproduction."
Fr. Peter Bernardi gave a plenary address on February 7 for a conference at DePaul University titled "New World Pope: Pope Francis & The Future of the Church." The title of his address was "Pope Francis and Ignatian Discernment.".
Devorah Schoenfeld spoke on "Ecology and Liturgy: The Jewish Feast of Tu BiShvat" on Wednesday, January 15, from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. in Coffey Hall - McCormick Lounge.
The 2013 Cody/Farrell Lecture and Colloquium was given by Dr. Mary Ann Hinsdale, IHM, Professor of Theology, Boston College, on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 4 p.m. in Coffey Hall/McCormick Lounge and on Friday, Nov. 8, at 9 a.m. in Crown Center 530.
James Balog, founder of the Extreme Ice Survey, the most wide-ranging, ground-based, photographic study of glaciers ever conducted, was the keynote speaker on Thursday, Nov. 14, for a conference titled "U.S. Energy and Environment: Science, Ethics, and Public Policy."
This major two day conference addressed the urgency of climate change and explored the validity of the scientific evidence supporting climate change, the ethics of fossil fuel extraction, energy production, and emissions, and the public policy options regarding energy in the United States. It was held on Nov. 14 and 15 in Mundelein Auditorium on Loyola's Lake Shore Campus.