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LGBT students speak on religion

Leah Banks

March 17, 2017

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Sex, politics and religion are three topics people are never supposed to discuss in polite company, but for some members of the Loyola community, they’re a major part of life.Kayla Noto, biology sophomore and member of the LG...

BRIEF: Faith leaders speak out against executive order

January 31, 2017

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Embed from Getty Images(AP) — From pulpits to sidewalk vigils, clergy have been part of a religious outpouring against Trump’s plan to suspend refugee entry from seven majority Muslim countries. Faith leaders who support the president...

Lecture explains how Etruscan culture affects modern day

Patrice Horton

May 5, 2016

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A traveling presenter for a non-profit organization gave his insight on the influence of Etruscans and Greeks on western culture. On April 27, Daniele Maras, Archaeological Institute of America lecturer, presented his lecture...

Lenten Series continues with a conversation on the “Spirituality of Encounter”

Seán Brennan

March 15, 2016

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Since his tenure at The Vatican, Pope Francis has emphasized openness and empathy to all people of faith, and Loyola alumni want to learn more. Alumni gathered on campus Wed. night, March 2 to learn and converse ab...

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