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FROM THE PRESIDENT


JO ANN ROONEY JD, LLM, EdD


From learned to loving


“Love is shown more in deeds than in words,” said Ignatius of Loyola, and with a simple sentence placed service at the center of the schools he founded. Three hun- dred years later, Fr. Arnold Damen, S.J., established a church and then a college to serve a burgeoning and impoverished immigrant population on the fringes of


a growing city. Holy Family parish church and the brand new St. Ignatius College were among the few buildings spared by the 1871 Chicago Fire. Holy Family parish became a refuge, shelter and kitchen, and the strong relationships Fr. Damen had formed through his missionary service helped rally philanthropists and citizens around the rebuilding of Chicago. Loyola would become a force for the


greater good in Chicago’s rebirth and continuing evolution. As the metropo- lis grew larger and ever more diverse, so did the University. St. Ignatius College became Loyola University Chicago and deepened its rich and reciprocal relation- ship with the city. Loyola has educated generations of Chicagoans and students from across the nation and the world, from all backgrounds and faith tradi- tions, and these students and alumni shape Chicagoland’s economy, politics, health care, arts, and culture. At the heart of our university’s Jesuit


mission is a central commitment to ser- vice. From Rogers Park to the Loop, in Maywood and on the South and West sides, Loyola students and faculty from all disciplines work together with citi- zens to help meet basic needs; to provide equitable shelter and food, education, sustainability, and justice. As the city and the University have become global in scale and outreach, Loyola’s com- mitment to social, economic and envi- ronmental justice takes form in part- nerships with people and communities around the globe. Shaped by our city and our Jesuit tra-


ditions, Loyolans come together from all faiths and backgrounds with a common purpose of expanding the frontiers of knowledge and building a better soci- ety. We are called to make a difference as “persons for others,” to use what we learn to help one another. Service is a path we take from simply being educated to being loving.


WINTER 2018


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