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Coming Events

Coming Events for Faculty and Staff
2016 - 2017

 

Spiritual Essays

Fr. Randy writes a one-page article each week on some common experience that relates discernment to daily life. These can be found on the Center’s website at http://mission.lmu.edu/cis/spiritualessays/latestessay/. Any who would like the weekly written messages sent to them by email need only send a brief note to: rroche@lmu.edu.

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Music for Personal Reflection in Sacred Heart Chapel

The Center for Ignatian Spirituality welcomes everyone to take a restful pause in the chapel between 12:00 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Wednesdays: 3/22, 3/29 and 4/5 while seasonal music is played on the organ or the grand piano. Be seated or quietly wander the aisles to view the stained glass windows.

Our musicians are: Chris de Silva, pianist composer, and Associate Director of Music at LMU; Branden Grimmett, organist, and Associate Provost for Career and Professional Development at LMU; Meaghan King, organist, and DMA Candidate at the USC Thornton School of Music.

 

 

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Ignatian Decision-Making

Thursday, April 6, 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Fr. Randy Roche, SJ, will guide a seminar with interested members of the faculty and staff. We will reflect on our experiences with decision-making in light of some best practices offered by Ignatius of Loyola. The seminar is co-sponsored by HR.

You may register by email ignacio@lmu.edu or call 310.338.1806. Or with HR, through their location on MyLMU.

 

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The Evolving Ecosystem of Jesuit Higher Education: From Teilhard de Chardin to Pope Francism

Tuesday, April 18, 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

LMU Faculty and Staff are invited to a richly illustrated and engaging multi-media event by Fr. Tom Lucas, SJ, Seattle U. Professor of Art and Art History. Jesuit education has always acknowledged the importance of the physical sciences, even in times when tradition and changing paradigms came into conflict with one another. Fr. Lucas’ lecture will raise questions about the relationship between reason and faith, evolutionary and revolutionary consciousness, and the global imperatives of integral ecology laid out in Pope Francis’ landmark encyclical “Laudato si, Our Care for Our Common Home.” 

Fr. Lucas is Seattle University Professor of Art and Art History who has lectured on Jesuit history, art, and science at two dozen universities in eight countries. His book Landmarking: City, Church and Jesuit Urban Strategy won a national book award in 2000.

You may register by email to ignacio@lmu.edu or call 310.338.1806.

 

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Last updated: 3/24/2017