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Pope resigns

Pope resigns

WADNER PIERRE

March 1, 2013

Ignatian Fellows recruit members

JESSICA DEBOLD

January 18, 2013

Nine professors from diverse academic backgrounds have been selected for the new Ignatian Faculty Fellows program, aimed at strengthening the presence of Jesuit values within Loyola classrooms. The Ignatian Faculty Fellows Prog...

President takes stance on death

BURKE BISCHOFF

November 30, 2012

University president, the Rev. Kevin Wildes, S.J., sent an email to the Loyola community explaining that he decided to have the university join Archbishop Gregory Aymond and the Archdiocese of New Orleans' campaign against let...

Churches don’t use resources wisely

Churches don’t use resources wisely

TAD WALTERS, TAD WALTERS, TAD WALTERS, TAD WALTERS, and TAD WALTERS

September 6, 2012

Vatican questions actions of religious women

BURKE BISCHOFF

September 6, 2012

A religious group called the Leadership Conference of Women Religious has recently been accused of alleged radical feminism and doctrines differing from those of the Catholic Church, which includes their position on homosexuality, bi...

Pope’s butler arrested for document theft

PETER MAYER

August 23, 2012

VATICAN CITY - Pope Benedict XVI has been left "hurt" by the arrest last week of his butler on charges of stealing papal documents, the pontiff's spokesman said Monday. The Rev. Federico Lombardi, director of the Vatican press...

Church has grown with Loyola

WADNER PIERRE The Maroon

April 18, 2012

What many may not realize about Loyola's centennial is that the university might not have existed were it not for the Holy Name of Jesus Church. In 1886, a Jesuit priest, the Rev. John O'Shanahan, S.J., had a vision to build a pa...

Church music debate may be important

Church music debate may be important

ALICE CLARK Religious Reflections and ALICE CLARK Religious Reflections

April 18, 2012

Women as Priests? Vatican won’t budge on holy edict

Cathy Baroco

April 12, 2012

Construction workers, stock car drivers, politicians, media correspondents, doctors, lawyers, pilots: all these occupations at one time were seen as naturally and necessarily male, and women have conquered them one by one. One occupatio...

Women as Priests? Vatican won’t budge on holy edict

Cathy Baroco

April 11, 2012

Construction workers, stock car drivers, politicians, media correspondents, doctors, lawyers, pilots: all these occupations at one time were seen as naturally and necessarily male, and women have conquered them one by one. One occupatio...

Homosexuality remains controversial

DWAYNE FONTENETTE Contributing Writer

April 11, 2012

Homosexual sex is the sad consequence of rejecting God. This was the statement released by the Catholic Church in its 1976 "Declaration On Certain Questions Concerning Sexual out." Loyola's Director of University Ministry, Kurt Bindewald, said that gay p...

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