While the Loyola Campus is closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, this program will be suspended. It will resume once our community is able to return to campus.
Solidarity Suppers offer a space for members of the Loyola and Baltimore communities to come together in fellowship. Our program provides a free, catered meal from a locally-owned restaurant, and guided conversation. Dinners will occur monthly on Tuesday evenings at 6:00pm.
St. Alphonsus Rodriguez House, at 304 Rossiter Avenue behind the tennis courts, is named for a 16th century Jesuit brother with a gift for hospitality. The house offers the Loyola community a warm and inviting space to gather for meetings, study sessions, prayer groups, dinners, cookouts, and more. St. Alphonsus’ House is available Monday - Friday, with advanced reservations for other events. The house is also available on select weekends, but we ask that you please inquire about availability before submitting a reservation request.