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Just Catholic: Being A Catholic University In Difficult Times V. Rev. John D. Whitney, S.J.

Explors the Catholic identity of Seattle University. Asserts that the university's Catholic identity makes it better, stronger, more capable of serving the needs of the world and the personal development of its students.

The Jesuit Mission in Higher Education Si Hendry, S.J.

Hendry outlines how the tradition of St. Ignatius informs the characteristics that a Jesuit education should instill in its graduates.

The Spiritual Humanism Of The Jesuits Ronald Modras

No enterprise, no matter how secular, is merely secular. We live in a universe of grace. From the Jesuit perspective, therefore, holiness and humanism require each other.

Education for Justice Robert N. Bellah

In a speech given at the Transitions 2002 Workshop at the University of San Francisco, Bellah argues that the principal role of higher education should be the promotion of justice.

A Brief Confession of a Bad Buddhist Robert Bell

Robert Bell director of writing across the curriculum reflects on the December Buddhist Holiday Lama Tsong Khapa Day.

Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education Rev. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.

In a October 2000 address at Santa Clara University, Kolvenbach addresses how Jesuit universities can "express faith-filled concern for justice in what they are as Christian academies of higher learning."

The Ignatian Mission Rev. Howard Gray, S.J.

Jesuit ministry is about people who want to work in ways that help other people. That humble phrase, “to help people,” was the axle of grace for Ignatius of Loyola, transforming his religious experience from an introspective examination of his own life before God to a mystic summons to see the world as God sees it.

A Dream Confirmed: An Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality Rev. Gerald Fagin, S.J.

Read five lectures on Ignatian spirituality given by the Rev. Gerald Fagin, S.J., in the spring of 2003. Each chapter begins with an outline of the talk. At the end of each lecture there are resources for further information, as well as reflection or discussion questions.

Fr. Fagin homily: 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2011 Rev. Gerald Fagin, S.J.
Rev. Fred Kammer, S.J., Homily, 4/15/12 Rev. Fred Kammer, S.J.
Men And Women For Others: Education For Social Justice And Social Action Today Pedro Arrupe, S.J.

Education for justice has become in recent years one of the chief concerns of the Church. Why? Because there is a new awareness in the Church that participation in the promotion of justice and the liberation of the oppressed is a constitutive element of the mission which Our Lord has entrusted to her.1 Impelled by this awareness, the Church is now engaged in a massive effort to educate - or rather to re-educate - herself, her children, and all men and women so that we may all "lead our life in its entirety... in accord with the evangelical principles of personal and social morality to be expressed in a living Christian witness."

Lay People in the Ignation Tradition Monika K. Hellwig

From the The Way Supplement published in the Spring of 1994, Hellwig addresses the adoption of Ignatian Spirituality by lay people.

Finding God in all Things Monika K. Hellwig

This profile of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the Jesuit order he founded offers insight into how his spiritual life and tradition has shaped the faith journey of both Catholics and Christians of other denominations.

The Holy Holidays Lyle Henderson

Reflections on the holy days of The Church of the Living God.

2012 CLC Facilitator Application Laura Quigley Alexander
2015 First Year Retreat - Team Leader Application Laura Alexander
CLC Facilitator Application 2015-2016 Laura Alexander
CLC Facilitator Application 2016-2017 Laura Alexander
Loyola University New Orleans CLC Facilitator Binder 2015-2016 Laura Alexander
LoyolaNewOrleansCLCManual2016 Laura Alexander