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COVID-19 Resources

The Loyola Institute for Ministry is committed to supporting our faculty, staff, students, graduates, and friends through education and the resources below created by our faculty and staff.

Upcoming Webinars

  • Check back for descriptions of upcoming webinars

  • To read descriptions of recent past webinars and to view them GO»

Curricula for Teachers

  • Christus Vivit: The Pathway to Accompaniment Study Guide: Associate Professor Tracey Lamont contributed to the this nearly 90-page study guide for journeying with youth and young adults. It focuses on the ten primary themes of Christus Vivit in order to help you and the young people you serve explore and implement the document in a practical way. Purchase a own copy at a limited-time rate of $14.97 (50% off) through the end of May. GO»

  • "As I Have Done" High School Theology Lesson Guide:  The Loyola Institute for Ministry has created a resource for Catholic school educators related to the film series "As I Have Done."

  • Reflections with Thomas Berry: In Honor of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day LIM graduates, faculty, and staff—including Carol Lenox, Marion Danforth, Thomas Ryan, and Jennifer Shimek—have developed this reflection deisgned for use by groups or an individual.

Resources for Teachers

Resources for Lay Ministers

Resources for Parishes and Faith Groups

Other Resources

  • Ignatian Spirituality Resources

  • "As I Have Done" documentary containing three 30-minute episodes--"Sisters for Justice and Peace," "Sisters for Equality," "Sisters for Sustainability."

  • Podcast "What the Bubonic Plague Can Teach Us Today" with Historian Christopher Bellitto, LIM adjunct faculty member teaching the course History of Spirituality (LIM-G828) online this summer . The podcast considers parallels between bubonic plague pandemics and today and draws implications for how we today to respond might respond to this crisis with compassion and creativity.

Current students may wish to visit the University's Coronavirus (COVID-19) page or read more about the pass/fail option for spring 2020 classes.

Learn more about study opportunities in the Loyola Institute for Ministry