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I Live Loyola Ken Weber
I Live Loyola...
I Live Loyola...
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.

Kammer homily 9-9-12
Kammer Homily, 1st Sunday of Lent, 2011 Fr. Fred Kammer, S.J.
Kammer-32nd Sunday
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.

Lenten Morning of Reflection Ken Weber
Lenten Reflection Karen B. Reichard

Karen Reichard, director of the Women's Center at Loyola, reflects on the Lenten season.

Lord, Draw Us Near Ken Weber

Communion Song used during Lent at the 9pm Sunday Student Mass in Ignatius Chapel

Loyola University New Orleans 2011-2012 CLC Facilitator Binder
Loyola University New Orleans CLC Facilitator Binder 2015-2016 Laura Alexander
Loyola Week Opening Mass Homily Fr. Greg Waldrop, S.J.
LoyolaNewOrleansCLCManual2016 Laura Alexander
LoyolaNewOrleansCLCManual2016 Laura Alexander
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."

Ode to Joy Beethoven/Schiller/Weber
Of Kingfishers and Dragonflies Faith and Justice at the Core of Jesuit Education Joseph Daoust, S.J.

Joseph Daoust, S.J. examines how Jesuit education has at the core of its mission a commitment to faith and justice, carrying out that mission through educating so that students develop an organic vision of social reality and are challenged to lives of service after they graduate. He delivered this address on October 15, 1999 as one of the Santa Clara University Lectures.

Peace Week 2014 Flyer