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.
Dr. Susan Ross recently sat down with WTTW's host Phil Ponce to discuss the direction of the Catholic Church and the Archdiocese of Chicago. The occasion for the conversation was the elevation of Archbishop Blase Cupich to Cardinal by Pope Francis on November 19.
Dr. Miguel Diaz, University Professor and former United States Ambassador to the Holy See, recently offered a Catholic perspective on the Trump Presidency. Published in Crux, Dr. Diaz's opinion piece contrasted with another Crux piece written by another former US Ambassador to the Holy See, Florida congressman Francis Rooney.
Dr. Melissa Browning, a 2011 alumna of Loyola University Chicago's doctoral program in Christian Ethics, extends her theological conversations beyond her role as an assistant professor of contextual ministry at McAfee School of Theology.
Study Judaism in Jerusalem in Summer 2017!
Interested in Judaism? Interested in Jerusalem? Then apply to study Judaism in Jerusalem this coming summer! Dr. Bret Lewis of the Department of Theology encourages all undergraduates to consider joining him in this unique Introduction to Judaism course. Scheduled for July 2-19, 2017, the course highlights three aspects of Jesuit pedagogy: to learn, to experience, and to transform. Deadline for applying for the course is March 15, 2017. To apply, go to LUC.edu/studyabroadapp.
On September 28, Dr. Daniel Cosacchi, a 2016 graduate of Loyola University's doctoral program in Christian Ethics, reprised a role as commentator for New York's FiOs1 news channel. Dr. Cosacchi guided the station's coverage of the Archdiocese of New York's Mass of the Holy Spirit, at which Timothy Cardinal Dolan presided. Dr. Cosacchi previously served as commentator for the station's coverage of Pope Francis' 2015 visit to the United States.