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OUR IGNATIAN HERITAGE

ST. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA ENCOURAGED HIS FOLLOWERS to seek God in all things, to serve those in need, and to become people for others. His mission can be seen in everything we do at Loyola—through students, faculty, staff, and our alumni. Every November, we explore this legacy and celebrate what Loyolans are doing throughout the year to live out St. Ignatius's call to serve others. Learn more about what it means to be a Jesuit institution.

Calendar of Events

September Prayer Lunch
Thursday, September 26 • Noon • Schreiber Center • 807
Lunch will be provided along with collegial conversation

Social and Historical Implications of Ignacio Ellacuria’s Insights on Being Human
Thursday, November 7 • 4 p.m. • Coffey HallMcCormick Lounge

Martyrs Award Celebration
Thursday, November 14
Award Presentation: 4 p.m. • McCormick Lounge
Memorial Mass: 5:15 p.m. • Madonna della Strada Chapel
Ignatian Spirituality Project will be recognized during Mass and a panel

November Prayer Lunch
Thursday, November 21 • Noon • Schreiber Center • 807
Lunch will be provided along with collegial conversation

Ignatian Heritage Month Book Club
Health Science Campus
Friday, November 15 • Noon • Cuneo Center/Stritch • 250

Water Tower Campus
Tuesday, November 19 • Noon • Terry Student Center • 319

Lake Shore Campus
Wednesday, November 20 • Noon • Cuneo Hall • 410

Martyrs award 2019

Founded in 1998, Ignatian Spirituality Project (ISP) works to reach those recovering from addiction or suffering from housing insecurity in a different way. Hosting retreats in cities across the United States, this year’s Martyrs Awardee employs the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises to connect with individuals on a spiritual level, so they are better able to connect to outside resources. LEARN MORE