Loyola University Chicago

Campus Ministry

Division of Mission Integration

CLC Leadership and Contact Info

CLC would not be possible without our student, staff and Jesuit scholastic leaders! Each small group has a leader and CLC Council is made up of a team of students who oversee the entire CLC program. CLC leadership positions are open to all participants and the commitment, while hefty, is incredibly life-giving. All leaders are supported by the Faith Formation Campus Minister Aleja Sastoque Luna. See below for more specifics on CLC leadership  



For more information about CLC please email clc@luc.edu or Aleja Sastoque at vsastoqueluna@luc.edu

Under the leadership of the Faith Formation Campus Minister and CLC Council, CLC Small Group Leaders (SGLs) are responsible for co-leading a Christian Life Community of 6-10 students throughout the academic year. They lead their peers by building a community of trust where people can grow deeper in their relationships with God and each other through prayer, faith-sharing, service, and reflection. SGL’s are selected in the spring and take up leadership in the Fall of the following year.

Under the leadership of the Faith Formation Campus Minister, Campus Ministry staff, and CLC Captain, the Council provides broad leadership and direction to CLC@LUC. Council is comprised of 8-12 students who meet weekly to coordinate all aspects of the CLC program including recruitment, communications, event-planning, membership engagement, spiritual formation, leader training, and service activities. The Council will also function as its own CLC small group and commit to the mutual care of its members. Council members are selected through an annual application and interview process late in the Fall semester and serve from January through December the following year (includes some summer work).