Tom Healey '77 previous wrote twice weekly blogs: Lessons of Loyola Hall. Tom has since passed the torch to Jim in continuation of living out the legacy of Jim Skerl '77 and to connect with alumni for years to come.
Same messages, new voice and look.
Love means showing up, and by showing up to Mass each Sunday we are demonstrating our love for God. It's not always easy, as the dwindling Church numbers show, but it is always worth it.
What does A.M.D.G. mean to you? Is it just a saying on an Ignatius T-shirt...or is it a promise to live and do all things for and with God. This week Mr. Jim Brennan unpacks the fundamental truth behind A.M.D.G. and why Jesuit schools across the country choose to live out this iconic "motto."
Following in the footsteps of peers and decades of alumni, the famous "walk" to the Cathedral of St John the Evangelist is not only a a mark of the new school year, but a reminder of our Catholic faith.
This week as we prepare to celebrate Labor Day, the holiday set aside to commemorate the contributions of working people to society, we do well to reflect on the nature of work.
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