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A Prolific IPS Faculty: Publications from 2015-2017

A Prolific IPS Faculty: Publications from 2015-2017

January 17, 2018

Did you know that in the last three years, several IPS Faculty have published over fifty-plus scholarly works?

Congratulations to Michael Canaris, Jean-Pierre Fortin, Peter Jones, Therese Lysaught, Daniel Rhodes, Heidi Russell, William Schmidt, Brian Schmisek, and Deborah Watson for continuing to uphold IPS’s tradition of dynamic scholarship as an integral component […]

Loyola-IPS Receives Grant from Henry Luce Foundation for Legacy Leaders Fellows Program

Loyola-IPS Receives Grant from Henry Luce Foundation for Legacy Leaders Fellows Program

December 12, 2017

Loyola-IPS Receives Grant from Henry Luce Foundation for Legacy Leaders Fellows Program

     

The Henry Luce Foundation board of directors has just awarded a $250,000 grant to Loyola University Chicago-IPS in support of its proposed Legacy Leaders Fellows Program.

The Legacy Leaders Fellows Program, to be coordinated under the IPS Continuing Education umbrella, […]

IPS Faculty Therese Lysaught and Dan Rhodes Continue Research On Theological Action Research Teams (TART)

IPS Faculty Therese Lysaught and Dan Rhodes Continue Research On Theological Action Research Teams (TART)

November 29, 2017

This past summer, The Association of Theological Schools (ATS) awarded the Institute of Pastoral Studies and Dr. Dan Rhodes with an Innovative Projects grant to aid in developing a new approach to Contextual Education (CE) in the model of Theological Action Research Teams (TART).

As part of the research associated with this ATS grant, […]

60: IPS Dean Schmisek Reflects On A Troubling Number

60: IPS Dean Schmisek Reflects On A Troubling Number

September 21, 2017

In light of recent events, IPS Dean Brian Schmisek penned an opinion piece reflecting on the rising sentiments of racism and sexual assault we are seeing in the national discourse.

Add your thoughts to the discussion below.

By Brian Schmisek

60.  That number is the percent of white Catholics who voted for President Trump, the candidate […]

Meet New IPS Coordinator of Formation, Carol Taliaferro

Meet New IPS Coordinator of Formation, Carol Taliaferro

September 6, 2017

This past July, the Association of Theological Schools awarded IPS a grant to “develop and implement an innovative and nationally-recognized integrated formation program for students and faculty that includes intercultural competency”.  Carol Taliaferro has just joined IPS as Coordinator of Formation to spearhead this strategic mandate.

We recently sat down with Carol […]

IPS Receives Formation Grant from the Association of Theological Schools

IPS Receives Formation Grant from the Association of Theological Schools

The Association of Theological Schools, has awarded the Institute of Pastoral Studies a formation grant to aid in a major initiative to “develop and implement an innovative and nationally-recognized integrated formation program for students and faculty that includes intercultural competency” – which will fulfill part of IPS’ strategic plan.

The goal of the formation program […]

A Conversation with President Obama by IPS Student, Ramona Gant

A Conversation with President Obama by IPS Student, Ramona Gant

On Monday, April 24th Loyola’s Institute for Pastoral Studies invited me to hear former President Barack Hussein Obama speak at the University of Chicago. It would be his first public appearance and speech post-presidency, and he decided that it would be with young future leaders from different academic institutions. In 2008, I voted for […]

No Room at the Inn: A Bold Response to Street Homelessness Home and Abroad

No Room at the Inn: A Bold Response to Street Homelessness Home and Abroad

     
On April 6, 2017, The Institute of Pastoral Studies and Alumni Relations cosponsored a panel discussion event to discuss homelessness at the international, national and local levels. The panel of distinguished guests was made up of: Mark McGreevey from the Institute of Global Homelessness, Dr. Nonie Brennen, the CEO of All Chicago, Making […]

Book Announcement: Organizing Church: Grassroots Practices for Embodying Change in Your Congregation, Your Community, and Our World

Book Announcement: Organizing Church: Grassroots Practices for Embodying Change in Your Congregation, Your Community, and Our World

Watch Dr. Daniel Rhodes, IPS faculty member,talk about his recently released book: Organizing Church: Grassroots Practices for Embodying Change in Your Congregation, Your Community, and Our World.

 

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Solidarity in Action: Unite + Resist

Solidarity in Action: Unite + Resist

Just a few days after the new president was inaugurated, he began making drastic changes in our country. People took to the streets, and the airports, in protest of the measure which banned immigrants  from seven Muslim countries, and Syrian refugees. Though it was denied that this was a  “Muslim ban”, it is hard to […]