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March 2019

  • Mar
    4

    Freshman Conferences for Class of 2023

    Genevieve Atwood
  • Mar
    5

    Lenten Retreat for Adults: On the Road to Calvary

    Chapel
    Essentially, Lent is an act of prayer. Spread out over 40 days, the church invites us to pray with Jesus on
    his journey to Calvary. Hopefully, our journey brings us closer to Christ and leaves us changed because of
    the encounter.

    We invite Loyola parents, alumni and friends to join us for our annual Lenten retreat as we enter into
    this holy season. Each week we will reflect on the lives of different characters from the Passion story
    through a series of meditations, prayers and contemplative practices. What do their actions tell us about
    ourselves? What do these characters teach us about our own failings? What do they teach us about our
    own moments of courage and grace? What can we learn of God’s mercy by walking the road to Calvary
    with Christ this Lent?

    Each session stands alone. Join us for one week, two weeks or all six weeks.
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  • Mar
    6
  • Ash Wednesday Mass

    West Gym
    Doug Gleber
  • Mar
    7

    Spring Musical: Oliver

    Theater
    Sandra Smycz
  • Mar
    8

    Parent Retreat

    Loyola Lounge
    Relax | Reflect | Connect

    The LA Parent Retreat is a relaxed time to enter more deeply into the spirituality of St. Ignatius Loyola. This distinctive, Catholic spirituality fuels our mission at Loyola and offers practical tools to deepen our own prayer and ongoing discernment.

    Friday, March 8
    Retreat begins at 6:00 p.m. at Loyola Academy with a casual Lenten supper in the Loyola Lounge followed by the program led by Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, until 9:00 p.m.

    Saturday, March 9
    Retreat reconvenes at 9:00 a.m. followed by lunch and concludes with Mass at 3:00 p.m.

    Register Now
  • Spring Musical: Oliver

    Theater
    Sandra Smycz
  • Mar
    9

    Parent Retreat

    Loyola Lounge
    Relax | Reflect | Connect

    The LA Parent Retreat is a relaxed time to enter more deeply into the spirituality of St. Ignatius Loyola. This distinctive, Catholic spirituality fuels our mission at Loyola and offers practical tools to deepen our own prayer and ongoing discernment.

    Friday, March 8
    Retreat begins at 6:00 p.m. at Loyola Academy with a casual Lenten supper in the Loyola Lounge followed by the program led by Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, until 9:00 p.m.

    Saturday, March 9
    Retreat reconvenes at 9:00 a.m. followed by lunch and concludes with Mass at 3:00 p.m.

    Register Now
  • Spring Musical: Oliver

    Theater
    Sandra Smycz
  • Mar
    10

    Spring Musical: Oliver

    Theater
    Sandra Smycz
  • Mar
    12

    Lenten Retreat for Adults: On the Road to Calvary

    Chapel
    Essentially, Lent is an act of prayer. Spread out over 40 days, the church invites us to pray with Jesus on
    his journey to Calvary. Hopefully, our journey brings us closer to Christ and leaves us changed because of
    the encounter.

    We invite Loyola parents, alumni and friends to join us for our annual Lenten retreat as we enter into
    this holy season. Each week we will reflect on the lives of different characters from the Passion story
    through a series of meditations, prayers and contemplative practices. What do their actions tell us about
    ourselves? What do these characters teach us about our own failings? What do they teach us about our
    own moments of courage and grace? What can we learn of God’s mercy by walking the road to Calvary
    with Christ this Lent?

    Each session stands alone. Join us for one week, two weeks or all six weeks.
    Read More
  • Mar
    13

    Adolescent Addiction: Vaping—What Parents Need to Know

    West Gym
    Join the Principal’s Office for this important discussion specifically for parents about vaping, which has skyrocketed in popularity with youth. During this evening's presentation, co-presented by Andy Duran from LEAD, we will explore the short history of vape pens and e-cigarettes and discuss what trends we have seen at Loyola. We will delve into the ease with which THC can be vaped via a variety of devices. An interactive exhibit invites attendees to tour a mock teenage bedroom that contains over 100 items that may be indicative of risky behaviors including substance abuse, underage drinking, eating disorders, sexual activity, suicide and more.
  • Mar
    15
  • Honors Dance Concert

    Theater
    This class-choreographed dance concert promises to be a powerfully spellbinding experience you will not want to miss! 

    No tickets required. Admission is free.
  • Mar
    19

    Lenten Retreat for Adults: On the Road to Calvary

    Chapel
    Essentially, Lent is an act of prayer. Spread out over 40 days, the church invites us to pray with Jesus on
    his journey to Calvary. Hopefully, our journey brings us closer to Christ and leaves us changed because of
    the encounter.

    We invite Loyola parents, alumni and friends to join us for our annual Lenten retreat as we enter into
    this holy season. Each week we will reflect on the lives of different characters from the Passion story
    through a series of meditations, prayers and contemplative practices. What do their actions tell us about
    ourselves? What do these characters teach us about our own failings? What do they teach us about our
    own moments of courage and grace? What can we learn of God’s mercy by walking the road to Calvary
    with Christ this Lent?

    Each session stands alone. Join us for one week, two weeks or all six weeks.
    Read More
  • Winter Choir Concert

    Nichols Hall
  • Winter Choir Concert

    Nichols Hall
    Matthew Begale
  • Mar
    20

    Lenten Reconciliation

    Chapel
    Doug Gleber
  • Mar
    21

    Lenten Reconciliation

    Chapel
    Doug Gleber
  • Mar
    22
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    25
  • Mar
    26

    Lenten Retreat for Adults: On the Road to Calvary

    Chapel
    Essentially, Lent is an act of prayer. Spread out over 40 days, the church invites us to pray with Jesus on
    his journey to Calvary. Hopefully, our journey brings us closer to Christ and leaves us changed because of
    the encounter.

    We invite Loyola parents, alumni and friends to join us for our annual Lenten retreat as we enter into
    this holy season. Each week we will reflect on the lives of different characters from the Passion story
    through a series of meditations, prayers and contemplative practices. What do their actions tell us about
    ourselves? What do these characters teach us about our own failings? What do they teach us about our
    own moments of courage and grace? What can we learn of God’s mercy by walking the road to Calvary
    with Christ this Lent?

    Each session stands alone. Join us for one week, two weeks or all six weeks.
    Read More
  • Mar
    31

    Loyola Academy Community Mass

    Chapel
    All are cordially invited to join the Loyola community for a special Sunday Mass celebrated by Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, and co-presided by Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ.
      
    Fr. Sundrup will be one of two keynote speakers for Loyola’s Solidarity Project Workshop Day on Monday, April 1. He is an associate editor at America Magazine and the Jesuit Post, and he will be speaking to Ramblers about the current state of journalism and media in the Catholic Church.
     
    We hope to see you there! 

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