University Ministry at the Law School seeks to provide spiritual services to the Law School community. To do this, University Ministry offers a wide range of events and services to the faculty, students, and staff of the Law School.
- An Evening with Archbishop Aymond - January 14, 2015
- Peanut Butter and Prayer
- Surviving the Stress of Law School as a Couple
- Red Mass
- Mass with Archbishop Aymond
- Interfaith Memorial Service
- Law Graduation Mass
- LS Day of Service
- Law School Orientation - An Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality and the Spirit of Jesuit Education.
- SBA Student Leaders Meetings - A reflection on the dignity of the human person as well as information about the life and teachings of St. Ignatius are presented at meetings throughout the year and before all SBA meetings.
- Fall Stress Management Seminar - Explores positive coping techniques including the development of one's spirituality.
- Law and Spirituality - Presentations throughout the year where speakers (usually attorneys) share how they integrate their spirituality with their practice of the law.
The Food Pantry offers temporary help for students who are having a financial difficulty. Non –perishable food is available for you on a short term basis for to prepare at home. Contact email@example.com@loyno.edu or go to BAC 102 . Requests are confidential. For help with your food budget on a longer basis, please come to BAC 102, to learn about another resource that is available.
Donated Books/Study Guides
In conjunction with the SBA, materials are available for you in
LS 115 on a first come basis.
Advent Angel Program
Advent Angel Program works in conjunction with the LA State Bar Association Secret Santa Program. Law faculty, staff and students work together to purchase and wrap gifts for children in need to receive at Christmas.
Donation drives, co-sponsored by various law school organizations, are held throughout the year for the benefit of many local communities. If you wish to sponsor a donation drive, please come to BAC 102.
In addition to donation drives, University Ministry helps the various student organizations to arrange service projects for their group. Organizations often plan opportunities for you to serve the homeless, mentor children who attend Good Shepherd School in New Orleans, and run in or volunteer to help with Race Judicata to benefit the children of Boys Hope Girls Hope of New Orleans. Please see Carol Magendie for help with any service projects you may wish to sponsor.