Registration is now open for our Rome Program, Summer 2015.
Occurring June 21 – July 1, the focus of study will be “Peacebuilding in a Global, Interfaith Context,” taught by Dr. Marian Diaz.
This course will explore the theory and practice of peacebuilding from a primarily Catholic perspective. Catholic Social Teaching and interfaith perspectives on [...]
The Martyrs of the UCA: A Community of Work and of Blood
What they worked for and why they were killed
I would like to begin by sincerely thanking Loyola University Chicago for its recognition of the UCA martyrs over the course of these past few days. Obviously the honor that you grant me today [...]
This week, we would like you to get to know a little more about Mary Hahn and her experience with IPS thus far.
Hometown: I currently live in Roselle, IL
A favorite thing: I enjoy running and have completed a half marathon
Previous education: I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education
What were you doing before [...]
On Saturday, October 25, Sister Carol Keehan delivered a motivating and challenging speech during our 50th Anniversary Celebration. If you have a few minutes, I encourage you to read and reflect on her remarks below.
“Thank you very much for the honor of speaking with you tonight on this great occasion. You are celebrating a wonderful service to [...]
Loyola IPS is busy year-round developing, sponsoring and hosting various events that bolster its mission of educating adults for professional ministry, spiritual development and faith-based leadership.
On Friday, November 7, IPS hosted its second retreat. The theme of the event was an “Advent Retreat for Teachers.”
During the retreat, multimedia was used to help teachers access scripture and [...]
At the start of the Fall 2014 semester, IPS hired Alicia as a graduate student worker. In the short time she has been here, Alicia has been an invaluable asset to IPS and makes the work day that much more enjoyable. Read more below to find out just some of what makes Alicia the endearing person she [...]
It is Ignatian Heritage Month and what better way to celebrate than by attending the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice (IFTJ).
With a exceptional list of speakers and an expected attendance of 1,300 people, IFTJ is happy to offer members of the Ignatian family the chance to unite in social justice to learn, reflect, pray, network and advocate [...]
In addition to our Chicago campus, Loyola IPS offers students the opportunity to study both online and in Rome. Elizabeth is just one student taking advantage of our ever-expanding online program. Read below to learn a little more about an online student’s perspective of IPS.
Full Name: Elizabeth Callaghan
Favorites: I follow Australian rules football and [...]
This past weekend IPS celebrated its 50th Anniversary. It was a sold out event, filled with students, alumni, faculty members and friends. The energy in the room was palpable.
Guests traveled back in time with a short video clip that featured a decade when The Beatles overtook the radio waves, a gallon of gas only cost [...]
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 [...]