New students! Registration is now open for all Loyola 360 retreats for the 2023-2024 year! Participants spend a weekend at Loyola University's Retreat and Ecology Campus (LUREC) building community and reflecting on their personal journey and transition to college. Click here for more information about 360, this year's retreats, and to register!REGISTER
Are you interested in becoming Catholic? If you aren't Catholic or you haven't been baptized, learn more about the process of becoming Catholic, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), at an info session at 6:00 p.m. on September 20 in Cuneo 206. All are welcome. No obligation required.LEARN MORE
Join Hillel for Shabbat Dinners!
Join Hillel for Shabbat Dinners throughout the semester from 6-8pm on September 22 (Welcome Back Shabbat, Damen MPR North), October 20 (Spooky Shabbat, Damen MPR South), and November 17 (Mismatch Shabbat, McCormick Lounge)! Check @hillel.luc on Instagram for more information!
Register today for our Unwritten Retreat from October 13-15at Loyola's Retreat and Ecology Campus (LUREC)!
Unwritten invites students to consider who they are and who they want to become, focusing on providing everyday skills to practice discernment and reflection. This retreat includes talks from student leaders, small groups, individual reflection time, large group rituals, and much more.
The cost is $50 and financial aid is available! REGISTER
Join us for Labre of the semester every Thursday in the Baumhart Hall 4th Floor Lounge at the Water Tower Campus! Click here for more information about Labre and how to sign up on LUCommunity. Email email@example.com with any questions. LEARN MORE
Join a Pilgrimage to Taizé, France this Spring Break!
Information sessions for the upcoming pilgrimage to Taizé, France will be held on Wednesday, September 27 and Wednesday, October 4 immediately following Taizé prayer in Madonna della Strada Chapel. Please contact Derrick at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Based on Evening Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours and modeled on the style of prayer in the Taizé Community in France,Taizé Prayer is filled with song, scripture, and silent meditation. The sanctuary is candlelit and the music is repetitive and chant-like. Those who attend regularly find a profound peace and tranquility in this style of prayer. Everyone, regardless of one's faith tradition, is welcome to this ecumenical prayer service. The first prayer of the semester will take place on Wednesday, August 30th at 8:00pm in Madonna della Strada. To learn more and view the semester schedule for Taizé Prayer, visit the Liturgy Schedule page.LEARN MORE