Become an innovator.
We have a tradition at Loyola University New Orleans: Our students are wildly successful. They go on to serve the city of New Orleans, the State of Louisiana, and the world.
Our graduate programs are rooted strongly in our Jesuit ideals, yes, but they are also constantly evolving to offer relevant skills and real-life experience. They prepare you to be an instrument of innovation in your chosen profession, to revolutionize your field – and to create new ones.
Dr. Tracey Lamont’s article “Ministry with Young Adults: Toward a New Ecclesiological Imagination” has been published in a special issue of Religions, an open access journal. The special issue focuses on "Catholic Youth & Young Adult Ministry." To read the article or download it, GO»
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Diana Hancharenko (MPS 2011) recently shared her experience of pivoting during the pandemic from in-person young adult activities to virtual and socially distanced ones at St. Angela Merici’s in Youngstown, Ohio, In the article "Challenging 2020 Provides Opportunities for Innovation in Young-Adult Ministry," Diana is interviewed along with a group of other young adult ministry leaders who share how they have embraced the limitations imposed by the pandemic by creating new ways of carrying out their ministries to young adults.