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.
On May 20, 2106, Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond , D.D. presided at the Baccalaureate Mass for the Class of 2016, held in the recreational Complex. Father Kevin Wildes, S.J. and University Chaplain Fr Ted Dziak, S.J. concelebrated along with members of the Loyola University Jesuit Community.
Fr. Ted Dziak, S.J. will speak on 'Pope Francis and Ignatius' on Wednesday, March 16 as the fourth and last lecture in Loyola's Lenten Series on the Year of Mercy: the Spirituality of Pope Francis. The talk will be held in Ignatius Chapel in Bobet Hall at 7:00pm.
The Lenten Series 2016 will focus on the Spirituality of Pope Francis in the Year of Mercy, starting on February 17. Speakers include Fr. Jeremy Zipple, S.J.; Dr Tom Ryan; Fr. Fred Kammer, S.J.; and Fr. Ted Dziak, S.J. The Series is held each Wednesday during Lent.