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Rev. Ayo Efodigbue, MSP, PhD, has just published a book Charisms for Ministry: An Exploration of How the Manifest Charisms in the Early Church Can Be Recovered and Restored for Ministry in the Catholic Church Today (Xulon Press, 2018). Rev. Efodigbue is a LIM alumnus (MPS '12); during his studies at LIM, he developed his focus on charism in his coursework. 

Tricia Vowels, MPS '15 of the Diocese of Lubbock, recently presented a workshop at the National Diaconate Congress in New Orleans entitled "Discernment, Synergy, and Community: Supporting the Ministry of the Deacon’s Wife," a topic she developed in the final course of her Loyola studies.   

LIM Assistant Professor of Religious Education Dr. Tracey Lamont was recently interviewed by Beth Donze of the Clarion Herald, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, for an article entitled "Parishes' Young Adult Ministries Must be Focused to be Effective."  

LIM graduate Doug Triche has accepted the position of President/Principal at Pope John Paul II High School in Slidell, LA and will start on July 1.  Doug graduated with a Master of Religious Education and is well known nationally for his work in "religious education across curriculum."

Graduate student Lauren Dayan was accepted to the 2018 Association of Adult Development and Aging (AADA) conference to present a poster titled “The Existential Trifecta of Counseling”. 

Graduate students Bryn Hickey and Lauren Dayan presented a poster titled “When Counselors Find Themselves Being a Secret Keeper in Couples Counseling” at the 2018 Law and Ethics in Counseling Conference.

Several graduate students from the Counseling Program have recently been accepted into / working in doctoral programs:

Dev Noel is entering her third year at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Xavier University of Louisiana in their Psychology PsyD program.

Claudia Fletcher was accepted into University of South Carolina's Ph.D program in Counselor Education.

Patty Hickman was accepted into University of North Carolina Greensboro's Ph.D program in Counselor Education.

 

Several articles from students, faculty and alumni have recently been accepted for publication or presentation:

Robino, A., & Foster, T. (2018). Psychosocial predictors of wellness in college students. ADULTSPAN, 17(1), 3-13.

DeMarais, S. (2018, April). Displaced Persons & Sacred Spaces: Catholic Sisters Respond to Crisis. Presented at Loyola University New Orleans Student Peace Conference. New Orleans, LA.

      The American Academy of Nursing will induct the 2018 of Fellows during its annual policy conference, October 31st to November 3rd. Loyola faculty member Dr. Warren Hebert, three time graduate of Loyola School of Nursing and an assistant professor over the past two years, will be inducted with the new cohort of Fellows. Dr. Hebert joined the faculty in 2016, teaches on all three levels, and focuses on leadership, health policy and community-based care.

 

      The American Academy of Nursing will induct the 2018 of Fellows during its annual policy conference, October 31st to November 3rd. Loyola faculty member Dr. Warren Hebert, three time graduate of Loyola School of Nursing and an assistant professor over the past two years, will be inducted with the new cohort of Fellows. Dr. Hebert joined the faculty in 2016, teaches on all three levels, and focuses on leadership, health policy and community-based care.

 

Marion Danforth, Ed.D., has just published her memoir, Rebirthing Faith: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Resurrection (CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2018), available at Amazon. Marion is a LIM alumna (MRE '93) and adjunct faculty member, active in both LIM's online and extension programs, where she has shared her expertise and wisdom with students in introductory, Religious Education, and praxis courses.  Read more »

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