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A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience

Daily Mass

Mass will be offered every weekday at 8:00 a.m.

Daily Mass will not be offered during Loyola Academy's spring break, Thursday, April 9, through Friday, April 17. Additional daily prayer resources are available below.

Call to Love in Challenging Times

Videos of Previous Masses

Other Prayer Resources

Join Mr. Gregg of the Campus Ministry Department live for prayer through music on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8:30 p.m.

(You will need an account for Instagram or Facebook to view the broadcast.)

Virtual Rosary

All are invited to pray the Rosary online, a beautiful meditative form of prayer that engages our thoughts, imagination, emotions and desires.

Reflecting on the lives of Jesus and Mary—remembering principal events or mysteries in the history of our salvation and thanking God for them—we are strengthened in our faith, individually and communally.

Join us on (Above meeting link for each session will be available at least 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the Rosary.)

Prayer Intentions for Our Faith Community

Situated in the back of our Chapel is a book for individuals to record petitions and prayer requests. With us unable to gather together in prayer, an online document has been created to record your prayers of gratitude and your intentions for the sick, suffering, local and universal church, needs of the world, and all who might be in need of a prayer. These intentions will be remembered daily.

Weekly Food for Thought Email

Receive a weekly email on Sundays containing a short reflection, story, prayer or quote, as well as questions to ponder during the week. If you would like to receive the weekly Food for Thought, please email Doug Gleber of the Campus Ministry Department at dgleber@loy.org.

The Daily Examen

The Examen Prayer Card

Our Mission

To form women and men for meaningful lives of leadership and service in imitation of Jesus Christ through a college preparatory education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.
Loyola Academy admits students of any race, color and national origin or ethnic origin.