If you have attended Lessons and Carols in Alumni Memorial Chapel, you know it’s practically the eighth sacrament here at Loyola.
This summer I celebrated the 25th anniversary of the most significant day of my life, one that has had the most influence over every decision I’ve made as an adult. My ordination as a Jesuit priest.
I am not an authority on sports. But I do know of a special moment in sports history—a moment that illuminates our challenge as a Jesuit institution.
Last January a powerful earthquake ravaged Haiti, killing more than 230,000 people. Nearly a year later, more than 1.6 million remain homeless, infrastructure crumbles, schools struggle to operate, and disease and starvation spread.