Campus Ministry Newsletter
Sunday Mass Livestream Now at 5pm!
Mass will continue every Sunday at 5pm this Summer!
Even if we're apart, we can still worship together. Mass will be live-streamed from Alumni Memorial Chapel each week. Join in a community of over 1000 students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni and friends worshipping together. Visit the Campus Ministry website for the Livestream all week following each Sunday Mass.
May 10: Fr. Tim Brown
May 17: Fr. Brian Linnane
May 24: Fr. Jack Dennis
May 31: Fr. Tim Brown
Contact: Fr. Jack Dennis
Chosen Generation Gospel Choir Spring Virtual Concert
The Chosen Generation Gospel Choir, directed by Maurice Carroll, has been working hard to bring beautiful and uplifting gospel worship music to you in your homes. Their virtual concert will include a performance of three songs, Better is One Day, Faithful and Revelations 19:1, accompanied by a word from Rev. Scott on the theme of faithfulness.
Contact: Gospel Choir President, Cayla Wike
Interfaith Virtual Reflection Experience
Participate anytime on the Interfaith Retreat webpage.
Take time to reflect through an interfaith lens! We couldn't gather for the Interfaith Retreat this April, so our Student Retreat Leaders have put together a menu of daily activities and videos designed to help you dig deeper into the ideas of self-worth, recognizing the worth of others, and finding those two ideas come together through an interfaith lens. It will focus on the theme, The Crossroads of Our Stories.
Contact: Rev. Scott Adams
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Loyola Ready Summit
INTERNSHIPS & ALTERNATIVES: Ensuring A Meaningful Summer
Friday, May 8 @ 12 pm & 4 pm
Geared towards First Years, Sophomores & Juniors, students willdevelop resilience techniques for adjusting to this new environment, learn how to pivot plans for internships and examine options for a meaningful summer.
Students register in Handshake to receive Zoom link
ASK A RECRUITER: Job Searching During A Pandemic
Monday, May 11 @ 12 pm
This Senior-only session will help students acquire the latest information on job market data and insights, participate in an "Ask Me Anything" segment with recruiters, learn how to strengthen personal brand and leverage transferable skills.
Students register in Handshake to receive Zoom link
RESILIENCE & INSPIRATION NOW: Remarks from Fr. Tim Brown
Tuesday, May 12 @ 5 pm
Wrap up the LOYOLA READY SUMMIT with Rev. Timothy Brown, SJ, Associate Professor of Law and Social Responsibility, as he imparts words of inspiration and wisdom in light of the pandemic. Terry Sawyer, Senior Vice President will provide closing remarks.
Open to the entire Loyola Community.
Zoom Link: https://loyola.zoom.us/j/91907817595
Contact: Career Services, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Degree Conferral
Sat. May 16 at 11 am
Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J., president, will confer degrees on Loyola's graduating students in a livestreamed ceremony. The University continues to plan an in-person Commencement ceremony, but the students' degrees will be conferred with the completion of their coursework next week, and we want to celebrate that!
Campus Ministry participated in celebrating our seniors by recording a special blessing for the Class of 2020, which will be available, along with other information on ways to celebrate this very special group of graduating students, on a special website dedicated to the Class of 2020--launching May 11!
View the uplifting messages on the Dear Seniors Webpage!
The Office of Student Engagement collected the stories of vocational discernment and global uncertainty from our faculty, staff and administrators . They hope they bring messages of support, encouragement, and guidance as members of the Class of 2020 seek your next steps in life beyond Loyola.
In times of uncertainty, the way forward can feel clouded or obstructed. It becomes easy to believe the obstacles ahead must be conquered alone. We forget, while our paths are unique, others have trail-blazed similar roads. If you listen closely, navigation tools and direction can be found in these stories. The Loyola Class of 2020 leaves a lasting impact on our hearts and collective history.
Contact: Asst. Dir. Student Engagement, Ashley Schantz
Reflection & Self-Care Resources
Reflect using Ignatian Tools to navigate this time of uncertainty.
Caring for Your Emotional Wellness
Utilize the online resources of the Loyola Counseling Center
- Resources for Emotional Wellness & COVID-19
- Consider the effects of events around COVID-19 on your mental health
- Relaxation Resources, including Guided Meditation
- Mindfulness Resource
Contact: Loyola Counseling Center
Loyola is a Top School for Service!
Campus Ministry is proud to be a part of the culture of service and justice at Loyola. The Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN) has named Loyola University Maryland a Top School for Service, including Loyola as one of only seven universities in the Mid-Atlantic to receive this achievement.
Twenty-eight institutions have been named as part of the CVN’s National Volunteer Week initiative. The award highlights the work by Loyola’s office of Campus Ministry, the Center for Community Service and Justice (CCSJ), and the Career Services to offer service-learning opportunities and support young adults by advocating for post-graduate service programs. Read more in the full press release.