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We are Chicago's Jesuit, Catholic university

a diverse community seeking God in all things and working to expand knowledge in the service of humanity through justice, learning and faith.

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NCR Covers LUC's Climate Change Conference

The National Catholic Reporter wrote an article about the annual Climate Change Conference that took place at Loyola University Chicago in March. This year, the conference focused on how climate change impacts global food systems and production.

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Celebrate Earth Week at Loyola

LUC's Office of Sustainability is collaborating with several student organizations for a week of events to celebrate Earth Week. See how you can get involved and partake in the festivities.

Schedule of events

International Jesuits at LUC Experience Meaningful Cross-Country Journey

Four Jesuits at Loyola University Chicago--Br. Miguel Cerón-Becerra, Rev. Raj Kumar, Rev. Benedict Lumu, and Rev. Samir Talati--travelled across the United States over winter break to visit historic sites from the Civil Rights movement during an immersive educational trip.

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"Only by being a person for others does one become fully human." Pedro Arrupe, S.J.

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Community Impact Report Released

Loyola University Chicago's 2022-2023 Community Impact Report has been published. Flip through it to see how LUC is committed to fighting racism, creating greener campuses, and contributing to its local communities.

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LUC Professor Wins National Bioethics Award

Director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Healthcare Leadership at Stritch School of Medicine Mark Kuczewski, PhD, won this year's International Association of Bioethics Award for Bioethics Service in the Face of Challenges. Dr. Kuczewski has advocated for immigrants to have broader access to healthcare.

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LUC Professor Advocates for Solidarity with Migrants

Richard A. McCormick, SJ, Endowed Chair of Catholic Moral Theology Hille Haker, PhD, recently contributed to a Boston Pilot article about the importance and urgency of Catholic solidarity with migrants to the US.

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Apr 21
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Sunday Mass


Sun
Apr 21
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Confessions


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Apr 21
9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Sunday Mass


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