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About Us

Faith Formation

Adult Spirituality and Faith Formation Program

Rooted in our Catholic faith and guided by our Ignatian tradition, the Adult Spirituality and Faith Formation Program seeks to provide opportunities for adults to grow deeper in their relationship with God through education, meaningful prayer and fellowship.
"Like St. Ignatius, we are pilgrims on a journey. We never fully arrive at our destination in this life, for daily God is inviting us into a deeper and deeper relationship. Let us be attentive to God's invitations, attentive to the ways the spirit is at work in our lives, and walk confidently together as a community on this journey of faith."
–Douglas Gleber

For more information, please contact

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    Mr. Douglas Gleber 

    Faculty Chaplain
    (847) 920-2538

Upcoming Opportunities

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  • The Spiritual in Art {Or Why All Art is Inherently Spiritual}

    This event has been canceled.

    Although Ignatius Loyola was no artist, he passed on to the Jesuit order and its institutions a sensibility, an appreciation for the revelatory power of the imagination. Like prayer, good art is revelatory. It stokes the imagination. It provokes a reaction. It makes us think and feel new things. Like prayer, it invites us to change, to transformation, and sometimes to conversion.

    Join us in the Marillac Room for an evening of food, drink, and conversation. Loyola Academy art teacher Keith Brown will lead us in an exploration of the inherent spirituality of art.
  • Midweek Examen

    Wednesday Afternoons
    January 12 through May 25
    3:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.

    Parents, graduate parents, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of Loyola are invited to take advantage of this forced pause in the middle of the week. We will look back on the week—rummaging through the "stuff" of our lives—to explore how and where God has been present. No conversation or sharing—just 15 minutes of quiet reflection in the company of others.

    Registration is not required. Join via Zoom.

    Please note, we will not meet on April 20.
  • Morning Coffee and Prayer

    Friday Mornings 
    January 21 through May 27
    8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
    Invite God into your day over a cup of coffee. Parents, graduate parents, alumni and friends of Loyola are welcome to join us on Friday mornings for meaningful prayer, reflection and faith sharing. The Gospel story for the upcoming Sunday will serve as a guide for our prayer. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet new people, renew your prayer life and grow in your relationship with God. Come as you are! Come when you can!

    Registration is not required. Join via Zoom.

    Please note, we will not meet on April 22.
  • Food for Thought

    A weekly email sent every Sunday which contains a short reflection, prayer or quote, as well as a question or two on which to reflect during the week.

    Please complete this form to receive the email.

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