Advent Begins on December 3

Loyola Press Release - 12/01/2017

Advent Candles

The liturgical season of Advent begins on Sunday, December 3. Advent is a time of preparation for Christmas.

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Advent Wreath Drop

Loyola Press Release - 11/27/2017

Ring in the NEW liturgical YEAR this Sunday, December 3 at 8:00pm on the Peace Quad

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2017 Ignatian Award Nominations Open

Loyola Press Release - 03/10/2017


All members of the Loyola University community are invited to submit nominations for the 2017 Ignatian Awards for Outstanding SENIORS and GRADUATE STUDENT. These are the highest awards presented by the University and will be awarded at the Baccalaureate Mass Friday, May 12, 2017.

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Pastoral Response to Racial Injustice

Loyola Press Release - 09/30/2016

Mission and Ministry is sponsoring a pastoral response to the racial injustices that trouble our communities across the United States.

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Benefit Concert for Flood Relief

Loyola Press Release - 09/07/2016

A concert to benefit people affected by the recent flooding will take place on Saturday, September 10.

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Mass of the Holy Spirit

Loyola Press Release - 09/01/2016

Join the Loyola New Orleans community as we celebrate Mass of the Holy Spirit, a Jesuit tradition for almost 500 years.

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Heather Mavleaux invited to the Convocation of Black Catholic Leaders

Loyola Press Release - 08/29/2016


Heather Malveaux has been invited to participate in the Convocation of Black Catholic leaders to be held in September in Washington, DC.

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Dive in to life at Loyola! Join University Ministry for the First Year Retreat!

Loyola Press Release - 08/25/2016

Calling all first-year students! Whether you want to make new friends, get off-campus, or see how your faith can grow in college, this retreat is a great way to begin life at Loyola.

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Take time to find God in your daily life. Join a CLC!

Loyola Press Release - 08/25/2016

CLCs, or Christian Life Communities, are small groups of 8-10 people who meet weekly to pray together, reflect, and discuss life and faith. Don't know what you believe? No problem! As long as you're willing to ask the big questions, CLC would love to have you!

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Louisiana Flood Relief Volunteer Opportunities

Loyola Press Release - 08/18/2016

The Loyola University New Orleans Community continues to support our sisters and brothers who are suffering from the effects of flooding across Southeast Louisiana.

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