Wolf Pack Wednesday: Spirituality and Social Justice
Subject line: Where Spirituality Meets Social Justice 🙏
Date: September 23
Worship in Your Own Way
Loyola Student Ministry Programs are here to help you find what centers you, feeds your soul, and fuels your passion. Spirituality can come to us in many different forms—from a reflective moment in nature to weekly worship services. Here are some ways to deepen your spirituality at Loyola.
Our Interfaith Ministries support students of diverse faith backgrounds, and our Interfaith Prayer Room located in the lower level of Danna Student Center provides a meditative place to pray throughout the day.
Catholic Masses and other devotions are celebrated weekly and streamed live on YouTube.
Sacramental Preparation enables the Loyola community to prepare for or receive the Sacraments of the Church and for all to enrich their individual faith lives, incorporating our Jesuit values and Ignatian Spirituality.
Our Prayer Resources offer virtual and off-campus opportunities to deepen your spirituality, find a house of worship, or connect to the Jesuit community.
Visit our This Week in Ministry page for a full listing of the current events and programs available—both in-person and virtually!
Talk with a Resident Minister
Resident Ministers and Jesuits-in-Residence are available for spiritual conversation and pastoral counseling by appointment. You can also meet and chat with them at their weekly "Sweet-n-Greets" in Biever, Buddig, and Carrollton Halls. Learn more about spiritual companioning and counseling available to all students at Loyola.
Take a Retreat
Here at Loyola, we offer several retreat opportunities to help students explore their spirituality, build community, and reflect on who they are and who they want to be. Retreats in Fall 2020 will be available in modified formats both in-person and remotely. The Awakening Retreat is open to all undergraduates and will take place from October 19 – November 13. Register today.
Make a Difference
There are many ways to make a difference, both within and outside the Loyola community. One way to do so is by joining the Loyola University Community Action Program (LUCAP), which is a social justice and service-oriented organization that is completely led by students. LUCAP students get involved through service projects in areas such as rebuilding, hunger and homelessness, tutoring and mentoring, and environmentalism. Explore LUCAP on HowlConnect to see current projects and email email@example.com to get involved.