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Latest News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Kino Border Initiative 2020: A Virtual Summer Service Experience

    Loyola Academy summer service and immersion trips have long been a hallmark of the Rambler experience. Providing real-life, community-based learning for students in the United States and abroad, annual summer service trips open the hearts and minds of Loyola’s rising seniors. Through the pillars of service, community, reflection and simplicity, service immersion programs are meant to be a catalyst for the student to work for greater justice in the world.
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  • Statement calling on U.S. Senate to Pass the Dream Act of 2019

    We welcome today’s Supreme Court ruling on the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which leaves in place protections for DACA recipients and other qualified immigrants at risk of deportation. However, this ruling does not prevent this or future administrations from ending the program, nor does it provide a permanent solution for those who arrived to the U.S. as children. For this reason, the Jesuit Provincials of the United States, the Ignatian Solidarity Network, the Jesuit Schools Network, and the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities renew our call on the U.S. Senate to pass a clean Dream Act in order to provide DACA recipients with security and a pathway to citizenship[1].
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  • A Letter to Our Rambler Community

    A Call to Address Racism in Our Hearts and Community
    The sin of racism continues to infect our country, our institutions and our own hearts. Events of the past few days have served to bring to the fore the pain, division and injustice that so many of our sisters and brothers live with every day of their lives. As the Catholic bishops of our country have written:
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  • Conversion and Justice

    Conversion and Justice: A Message from Fr. McGrath

    Leaders of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops released the following statement in response to the killing of Mr. George Floyd. I encourage the Loyola Academy community to prayerfully reflect on their words as our nation and our communities continue to confront the deadly realities that continue to divide us. We share the bishops' outrage over this death. As they remind us, the sin of racism continues to plague our country and all of us are called to conversion. We pray that we might hear this call to conversion and greater love and respond generously and courageously. As our Church celebrates Pentecost this weekend, we beg the Holy Spirit to move us to healing, compassion and justice.
    –Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ
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  • 2020 Baccalaureate Mass Honors Senior Class Virtually

    On Saturday, May 23, Loyola Academy celebrated a virtual Baccalaureate Mass to honor the graduating Class of 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and that state of Illinois’ stay-at-home order, the Mass was broadcast from Loyola’s Chapel and viewable to the Loyola community on and other streaming services like Boxcast and Youtube.
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