Events + Ministry

Lenten Series 2017The Office of the University Chaplain offers many opportunities for ministry and outreach for the larger Loyola community.  There are opportunities, events and programs for students, faculty/staff, alumni, families and parents, friends and the larger New Orleans community.  

The University Chaplain programs and events offer opportunities to deepen one's spirituality in the Jesuit/ Catholic tradition, but also offers opportunities for people of all faith traditions.  In the holistic view of Ignatius, the Office of the University Chaplain offers events and programs that provide an opportunitiy to explore one's faith andd spiiritulity, stimulate the intellect and fill the heart.  

There are days of recollection, retreats, speakers and programs in affiliation with the Office of Mission and Ministry and University Ministry.

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+ Lenten Series 2018: ‘St Ignatius of Loyola – In the Eyes of a Young Jesuit’

Held on Wednesday evenings of Lent at 7:00pm in Ignatius Chapel, Bobet Hall

+ Wednesday, February 21:  Rev. Mr. G. Nicholas Courtney, S.J., First Studies (Graduate Student in Philosophy) at Fordham University in New York City, Loyola Alumnus (’10)

+ Wednesday, February 28:   Rev. Father Sylvester Tan, S.J., Associate Pastor, Immaculate Conception Church, New Orleans, Louisiana

+  Wednesday, March 7:  Rev. Father Sean Salai, S.J., Assistant Pastor, Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, San Antonio, Texas

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Centering Prayer:  Tuesdays at 12:35pm  Ignatius Chapel

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