Loyola University Chicago

Campus Ministry

Division of Mission Integration

Faith Programs


CLC small groups are meeting virtually this Fall with some opportunities for in person meet-ups and large group prayer, community building and overall fun. Visit our instagram or click here to learn more!

Agape Latte 

Agape Latte is happening this semester on Instagram Live! Join us for caffeinated conversations on life, love, and faith. Follow us on Instagram




The annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (IFTJ) gathers members of the Ignatian Family in solidarity to learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate in the context of social justice. Participants from Jesuit schools, parishes, and social ministries are empowered, re-energized, inspired, challenged, and supported by a community that sees faith and justice integrally linked. After learning about justice issues and connecting them to Catholic Social Tradition, IFTJ participants engage in advocacy to affirm justice in policy and practice.  Visit our website to learn more!



Faith Traditions

Madonna della Strada Chapel is where it's at this coming fall! Get involved with us (Lector, music, other) attend Mass, and more. Also learn about AMDG, a group of students who strive to find God in all things and cultivate a Catholic presence and community on campus. 

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Agape & Ecclesia is a church on campus with one mission: Love God. Love Loyola. We gather together weekly to worship, study scripture, and enjoy community together.


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Hillel's goal is to connect Jewish students at Loyola to each other and to Jewish students across the Chicago land area. Every semester Hillel offers opportunities to connect through social, spiritual, social justice and educational programming.

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The Hindu Student's Organization is one of the many faith-based organizations on campus and works to spread the awareness of Hinduism to not only Loyola but also the surrounding Chicagoland community. HSO does this by hosting events such as Garba, Diwali Dinner, Holi, and Hindu Awareness Week as well as having discussions, doing volunteer work, and raising money for many different organizations.

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The MSA is a symbol of unity, brotherhood, and sisterhood among Muslim students of different origins, nationalities, ethnicities, and cultures with faith in one God, the Prophet Muhammad, and the last and final testament---the Qur'an. MSA is actively involved in various spiritual, service, social, and recreational activities such as organizing lectures/seminars, exhibitions etc. MSA's regular activities serve as a means to promote friendship and understanding among its members.

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