The St. Alphonsus Dinner Program is a ministry of hospitality, and is specifically designed for first-year students that are transitioning into the Loyola community. Our program provides a home-cooked meal, guided conversation, and quality time spent with fellow students. The dinners typically accommodate 8-10 students, and will be on Tuesday nights during the 2015-2016 school year. The program is a great fit for Messina classes and groups of residents, so we encourage Evergreens and RAs to bring a group of their first-year students for a valuable and enjoyable evening! For more information, please contact email@example.com or Michael Di Bianca at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. With the exception of Tuesday evenings, St. Alphonsus’ House is available Monday - Friday, with advanced reservations, to groups of eight students interested in sharing good food and good conversation. The house is also available on select weekends, but we ask that you please inquire about availability before submitting a reservation request. For more information, please contact the Office of Campus Ministry at email@example.com.
To schedule use of St. Alphonsus House, please click here to submit a reservation request.