Loyola University Maryland

Campus Ministry

Continuing Connection, Prayer, Reflection, and Community

Resources for our community during the COVID-19 Response

Campus Ministry will continue to be here to accompany you and we will continue to offer resources and opportunities for connection, prayer, reflection, and community through our website, online meetings and social media pages. Just because we are apart doesn't mean we can't stay connected!

Continuing Connection

Campus Ministry staff is available remotely for support and spiritual conversations during weekdays 9am - 5pm. To reach out to specific staff members, you can find their contact information under About Us.

We will be providing avenues to connect with the communities you’ve built during this year, including the possibility of zoom virtual meetings with some of our small group programs.  We’ll reach out with details on these meetings to individual program participants. 

We’ll stay in touch! 

  • Our staff will reach out to individual program participants via email 
  • Campus Ministry InstagramFacebook and Twitter
  • Look out for our Newsletters in your inbox.
  • We will continue to update this page with resources. 

Continuing Reflection

Reflect using Ignatian Tools to navigate this time of uncertainty.      

Take care of your mental health. Utilize the online resources of the Loyola Counseling Center. 

Utilize our Lenten Resources for this liturgical season.

Continuing Prayer


Livestream Sunday Mass

Even if we're apart, we can still worship together. We will be live-streaming mass from Alumni Memorial Chapel each Sunday at 6pm.  Visit the Livestream Mass website or Campus Ministry Facebook each week. Past Masses are available below.

For additional Catholic Worship opportunities, the following resources provide many options.

Communal Prayer

  • Rosary Prayer on Zoom: Friday April 3rd at 5pm EST
  • Holy Thursday Prayer:Thursday, April 9th at 12pm EST on Zoom: https://loyola.zoom.us/j/6173727497
  • Stations of the Cross on Zoom: Friday, April 10 at 5pm


Loyola University Maryland Prayer Wall

Campus Ministry invites all members of the Loyola community to offer prayer intentions for loved ones, joys, hopes, griefs and anxieties during the COVID-19 pandemic on our Loyola University Prayer Wall. We also encourage members of the community to visit and add the intentions of others to your own daily prayer.  

To submit an intention, visit our Loyola University Prayer Wall and click on the pink plus symbol in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.  Please consider the privacy needs of individuals when submitting your prayers.

Weekly Prayers from the Campus Ministry Team

Members of the Campus Ministry team will be recording Weekly Prayers for our community each week.  The prayers can be found here and will be shared on our social media pages.

Prayer Resources

Prayer for These Uncertain Times

Let us pray for all those impacted by the virus and this disruption.  Let us be most generous towards those most vulnerable around us.  Let us pray for healthcare workers and first responders in their service to us all.

- Seán Bray, Director of Campus Ministry 

Prayer for Our Students
In these unprecedented times, may God bless us.   
Bless us with smooth and easy travels.   
Bless us with the trust that God is working in this moment.   
Bless us with the freedom to offer God any of our frustration and our anxieties.
Bless us with the courage to reach out when in need to family, friends, faculty, and administrators.
Bless us with hope and faith to be our steady companions. 
Bless us with gratitude to be ever present in our hearts and minds. 
And may God's grace be apparent to us each step of the way.
May our prayers and actions be with and for the most vulnerable among us.
May we pray and be grateful for the leaders who make difficult decisions in these unprecedented times.
And may we prayer for the health workers and first responders caring for the sick.
May our loving and generous responses continue to be a light in this world. 
And may we continuously be reminded that we are loved by God, our families, our friends, and our Loyola family. 
Ignatius of Loyola once said, "whoever carries God in their heart bares heaven with them wherever they go".
And I know you do. 
And I prayer that you bare Loyola in your heart, as we here at Loyola hold you in ours hearts and our prayers. 
God Bless.

- Seán Bray, Director of Campus Ministry 

Online Prayer Resources