The Office of the University Chaplain serves the holistic education of our students by attending to the faith, spiritual and religious formation of the University community.
In collaboration with student leaders, staff, faculty and administrators, we promote a vision of the way of proceeding set forth by St. Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus.
Embracing our common human dignity created in God's image and likeness, we foster a greater respect for the truth, goodness and grace to be found in a diversity of faith traditions and people of every culture, race, language and economic status.
Father Greg Waldrop, S.J. of Loyola's Art Department continues off the 2017 Lenten Series on March 22 on Ignatian Spirituality with a talk on "Hope."
Come celebrate, help and learn about the mission of Cafe Reconcile at "Pay What You Can Day" on Tuesday, February 21
The Lenten season is approaching, and the University Chaplain and the Office of Alumni Engagement invite you to join us in reflection with our Lenten Series held each Wednesday evening during Lent.
We invite Faculty and Staff from the Loyola community to join us for our four week Ignatian retreat based on the Spiritual Exercises during Lent...
Ten Loyola Baseball players spend Christmas break in southern Belize teaching young Mayan children and coaching baseball, while facilitating a Christmas Camp for over 120 primary school children in the Mayan village of San Jose in southern Belize, Central America.
For the Second week of Advent, this week's reflection is offered by one of our young Jesuits, Sylvester Tan, who is studying at Regis College at the University of Toronto.
Advent begins November 27. Join the Jesuits in prayer this Advent season. Sign up here.