Year-End Gratitude Banquet
As the academic year begins to draw to a close, we are inspired by our Ignatian charism to look back on all that for which we are grateful. From relationships started and deepened, to successes and challenges in and out of the classroom and office, to the simplest gifts of food, health, and safety, we can be grateful for many things.
Early in the fall, we celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirit to invoke God's grace upon our endeavors in the coming year. Later this spring, we are invited to participate in the first annual Year-End Gratitude Celebration, sponsored by the Interfaith Council of the Department of Student Life and Ministry and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, on the last day of classes, May 1st, at 5pm in the St. Charles Room. This celebration will include a reception of food and an interfaith program of gratitude and fellowship with each other, concluding by 6pm.
Let us join together for this opportunity to celebrate what has been good, what has been a gift to us and to each other in the past year of this great enterprise that is Loyola University New Orleans.