We would like to extend our congratulations to IPS Alumnus Michael Cahill on getting his first book published! Catholic Watershed is a compelling book that openly discusses the ever-changing Catholic Church and its hope for an even brighter future.
As a 1984 Loyola IPS graduate, Cahill commends the program for helping him keep in “touch with the importance [...]
The latest event of the series, titled “When Task and Ministry Collide,” explored Western culture, along with the call of the Vatican II which describes the goal of communion for the Church.
Presenter: Carole Veronesi, IPS Parish Consultant (licensed organizational development professional)
During the workshop, the 150 plus attendees were given time [...]
Just from answering a few questions, it is evident that Guzman is the type of person to have a lasting, positive affect on people. With a personality that leaps off the page, Guzman would like to tell you a little more about himself:
A favorite thing: I’m a HUGE Golden State Warrior fan!!!
Hometown: Hayward, California
This past Sunday, Alpha Sigma Nu held its annual Induction Ceremony to welcome new members and recognize the most outstanding new inductee with the Rev. Ronald J. Ferguson, S.J., Award.
This year, that honor went to Staycie Flint from IPS. Congratulations!
The award recognizes a student who has shown extraordinary commitment and care for his or her [...]
Starting this week, IPS will feature a different student on our blog once a week.
It’s a chance to get to know our students better and for our students to connect with one another.
So without further ado…
Full name: Rebekah Turnbaugh
From: Sacramento, CA
What is your previous education?
I graduated in 2008 with a BA in Sociology from [...]
One of the biggest factors that affect a person’s experience of a church is whether or not they feel welcomed. But what does it truly mean to be welcoming, and what difference does hospitality really make?
Loyola IPS explored answers to those questions and more during its first Speakers Bureau Workshop Series event held last week.
This past weekend, Pope Francis appointed Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane, Washington, to succeed Cardinal Francis George as the Archbishop of Chicago.
We would like to personally add our congratulations to Archbishop-designate Cupich and look forward to working with him to meet the needs of the Archdiocese of Chicago!
This is a time of joy and hope [...]
Monday morning marked the first day of work for IPS’s two new graduate assistants.
Layli Carsey and Laine Davis have very different backgrounds, but both came here eager to offer their knowledge and help further improve IPS. They also have only been living in Chicago for about six weeks. Welcome ladies!
Layli, our new Research Assistant, has [...]
From the Ignatian Solidarity Network website:
Commemorate the Jesuit martyrs of El Salvador and their companions with a special 25th anniversary poster. The paintings were originally created by Mary Pimmel-Freeman (Rockhurst University ’07) as an undergraduate thesis project. Since then, the paintings have been displayed at the annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice as a reminder of [...]
We are very proud to announce that Dr. M. Therese Lysaught has been promoted to Associate Director at IPS. Dr. Lysaught joined IPS last year as a Professor and also as Graduate Program Director of the MA in Pastoral Studies and the MA in Healthcare Mission Leadership. At Loyola University Chicago she also holds a [...]