CSJ Center for Reconciliation and Justice
The CSJ Center serves faculty, staff, students and alumni by offering a forum for dialogue, a place of education, and a resource for reflective action. The center aims to be an interdisciplinary and interfaith space that supports the University community's work for reconciliation and justice in Los Angeles and beyond.
Celebrating the Sisters: An Exhibit
This exhibit in the William H. Hannon Library shares the story of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange and will be posted November 1-December 15
Join the LMU community in honor of the 50th anniversary of the merger with a multimedia presentation, “Anima Mundi The Soul of the World”, December 3-5
University offices, including the CSJ Center, will be closed for the Christmas holiday break beginning December 22. Holiday services will be held at Sacred Heart Chapel.
Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor: The Issue Of Water
Join us January 29-February 1 for the 2024 CSJ Center Symposium at LMU
Sister selected for NCR panel on Catholic religious life around the globe
Linda Buck, CSJ was selected by National Catholic Reporter as one of 20 sisters who will reflect on issues that impact the lives of Catholic women religious around the globe
LMU’s green efforts on campus recognized in national ranking
LMU was named the No. 12 Green College in the US in October 2023 by The Princeton Review following efforts in increased sustainability, conservation and wildlife preservation
Hidden Heroes Award ceremony honors unsung pillars of the LMU community
The virtual event featured several performances by professional actors who re-enacted the life and work of the honorees
Diversity Week 2023: Supporting Student Aspirations in Law School and Beyond
Loyola Law School’s Diversity Week 2023 celebrated the diversity of its campus and the legal profession with the opening of the new Multicultural Center