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  • Loyola Academy Theology Teacher Reflects on World Youth Day

    Loyola Academy Theology Teacher Reflects on World Youth Day

    World Youth Day (WYD) is a worldwide encounter with the Pope which is typically celebrated in a different country every three years. In 2016, WYD was celebrated in Krakow, Poland. The most recent WYD was held in Panama City, Panama, in January, and was attended by Loyola Academy Theology Teacher Mr. Samuel Carlson.
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  • Thank You for Making Ramblers Rally Day a Success!

    Thank You for Making Ramblers Rally Day a Success!

    Ramblers Rally Day was an incredible success thanks to the outpouring of support from alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff and friends.
    We exceeded our goal of securing 350 donors and $100,000. By the end of the day, 357 donors contributed more than $140,000 to support our current students in the classroom, on the playing field, in the theater, in their commitment to serving others and beyond. This is the highest number of online gifts ever received in one day in Loyola's history. 
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  • Ash Wednesday Mass

    Ash Wednesday Mass

    The Loyola community gathered to celebrate a beautiful Ash Wednesday Mass marking the start of the Lenten season on March 6. In his homily, Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, spoke about the busyness of the world—the chatter and the noise—that can distract from the heart of what matters: the goodness.
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  • Mock Trial Team Captures Howlett Cup for Fourth Consecutive Year

    Mock Trial Team Captures Howlett Cup for Fourth Consecutive Year

    For the fourth year in a row, and fifth time overall, the Loyola Academy Mock Trial Team captured first place at the Howlett Cup Competition!
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  • Loyola Celebrates International Night

    Loyola Celebrates International Night

    On Friday, February 22, Loyola hosted International Night, an annual celebration of the unique cultures and traditions that enrich our Loyola community.
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