As a Jesuit, Catholic University — Loyola University Chicago is committed to supporting students to grow in their faith traditions. The department of Campus Ministry provides faith based programs and partners with student organizations to meet the faith needs of students. Above you can see a sampling of photos from the prayer and social gathering spaces on the second floor of Damen Student Center. Below are several of our faith based student organizations to help guide students in their religious development. If you want to learn more about our faith groups or interfaith efforst, visit us in our office in Damen Student Center 217.
Click the tabs below to view each Faith Tradition’s page.
Click here for a list of off-campus worship sites around the Chicago area.
Sacramental Life serves to promote the Catholic Identity of the University through liturgical worship, the celebration of the sacraments, and in training students to be future leaders in the Church. Click here to learn more.
Hillel leads students to grow in the Jewish Faith through socials, academic lectures, and celebrations of Jewish holidays. Click here to learn more.
The Hindu Students' Organization (HSO) serves Hindu students, faculty, and staff who want to practice their Hindu Faith and expand their knowledge about the Hindu religion. There is a social space and a Puja prayer room located in Damen 238. Puja prayers are held daily at 5:00 p.m. M-F in Damen 238 when the University is in session. To join HSO Click here. Upcoming events and activities are listed on HSO’s Facebook page.
Loyola University Chicago has a vibrant Muslim community that is guided by Muslim Chaplain, Omer Mozaffar. Click here to learn more about Omer.
Loyola's Muslim Students' Association is a registered student organization that strives to spread tolerance and build a stronger community by educating all students, staff, and faculty about Islam and its teachings. The MSA provides all of Loyola with a better understanding of Islam and sheds light on misconceptions that have been accepted as truth in society. Click here to learn more.
The Protestant Ministry unites and invites all here in the Loyola community to engage the Christian faith story. We are rooted in the Protestant heritage and gather for worship, fellowship, teaching, study, and service. Click here to find out more about what we do and what we have to offer.