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|Christopher M. Bellitto presents "Honoring Our Elders: A Biblical Spirituality." In this webinar, Dr. Bellitto will consider key questions regarding the integration of the elderly into parish life, such as, "What has the church been teaching, especially recently, on how we can embrace our elders in our parish communities? What are the implications of a rapidly-aging population for spirituality and parish ministry? What lessons might we learn about wisdom and growing?" Dr. Bellitto is a professor of History at Kean University and author of, most recently, Ageless Wisdom: Lifetime Lessons from the Bible (Paulist Press). He will teach LIM’s History of Christian Spirituality course this summer.|
7 pm CST
|Kathleen Duffy, S.S.J., Ph.D. presents “Teilhard’s Mysticism: Seeing the Inner Face of Evolution” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 14 as a webinar and as a lecture in Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall at Loyola University New Orleans. The event is free and open to the public. Free parking is available in the West Road parking garage. Sister Kathleen Duffy is a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Philadelphia and professor of physics at Chestnut Hill College. She is editor of Teilhard Studies and author of Teilhard’s Mysticism: Seeing the Inner Face of Evolution (Orbis Books, 2014). See above for instructions for accessing it as a webinar.|
Paul Jarzembowski, "Rising From The Ashes: Reconnecting Young Adults to Church through Moments of Return." Liturgical seasons, in particular Lent, provide the Church with unique opportunities to encounter and accompany young adults in their late teens, 20s and 30s, especially those who have disconnected from the practice of the faith. Through intentional hospitality, building community, and journeying with families and individuals, pastoral leaders can transform moments of return into milestones along the way. Presented on January 24, 2018.
Rev. Philip Krey, Ph.D., "Luther's Spiritual Exercises," A Lecture in Commemoration of the Reformation's 500th Anniversary that discusses Martin Luther in conversation with the spirituality of St. Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits. 7PM CDT, October 12, 2017. Also available as an on-campus lecture.
Becky Eldredge, "Advent: Anticipating Encounter, Awaiting Accompaniment," reflects on key themes in Pope Francis's teaching through the lens of Advent. Becky is a LIM graduate and author of Busy Lives, Restless Souls: How Prayer Can Help You Find the Missing Peace in Your Life, published by Loyola Press. 8PM CST, November 29, 2017.
Lorraine Hess, a student in the Loyola Institute for Ministry, presents a CD-Release Concert for her new CD entitled Glorify Him (World Library Publications). It takes place Saturday December 2 at 7:30PM, Nunemaker Hall, Loyola University New Orleans. Free and Open to the public. Free parking available. Also streamed live on WLP’s Voices As One Facebook page.
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