Loyola University Maryland

Mission Week

Mission Week

Mission Week celebrates the University’s Jesuit and Maryland heritage from March 14-20, 2021. The creation of Loyola’s Mission Week was inspired by the strategic plan, The Ignatian Compass, which calls the Loyola community to engage more fully with the University’s Ignatian mission. The week will be celebrated with events and activities related to Loyola’s mission.

Schedule
Sunday, March 14

Mission Week Mass
5 p.m., Livestreamed and in-person at Alumni Memorial Chapel

Monday, March 15

From Inigo to Ignatius: The Transformation of a Heart
1 p.m., Virtual webinar by Fr. Steve Spahn, S.J.

Equity in the Classroom with Strong Schools Maryland
6 p.m., Virtual webinar hosted by CCSJ

Ignatian Family Advocacy Month Legislative Visits
On Monday and Tuesday, Students who participated in the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice this fall will join Jesuit-educated students all over the country in virtual legislative visits with congressional representatives, where they will advocate for more humane immigration and environmental policies.

Tuesday, March 16

Assessing Mission Priority Examen
9-10 a.m., Virtual webinar

Finding Common Ground: Cultivating Beloved Community in a politically fractured moment in American History
12 noon-1 p.m., Interfaith virtual panel discussion led by Rev. Scott Adams

ICP alums, Leadership Seminar, & Mission Driven Leadership Virtual Happy Hour
4 p.m., Invitation only

Mission Week Examen
8:30 p.m., Attend via Zoom or register to attend at Alumni Memorial Chapel

Wednesday, March 17

Living the Mission: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Loyola
1 p.m., A talk with Dr. Cheryl Moore-Thomas, Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer

Jesuit Volunteer Corps: Living the Mission Beyond Loyola
6 p.m., Hosted by JVC and Center for Community, Service, and Justice

Thursday, March 18

Greyhounds Give Virtual Campaign
Give now!

Campus Ministry Café honors First Magis Mentors
1 p.m., Attend via Zoom

Loyola welcomes Jose Antonio Vargas, author of Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen, the 2020-21 Messina Common Text
7 p.m., Virtual webinar

Friday, March 19 Maryland Day
See the full schedule of Maryland Day events
Saturday, March 20 A Lenten Ignatian Reflection for FAS and Students
9-11:30 a.m., Alumni Memorial Chapel, offered by Fr. Thomas Roach, S.J. and Seán Bray

Those on campus are encouraged to keep an eye out for lawn signs on the quad that will lead you through a special Examen.