Located below are links to presentations in various media. Past LIM webinars are available at our Webinar Archive GO»
Podcasts from 2011 Collegeville National Symposium on Lay Ecclesial Ministry with Tom Ryan, Cecelia Bennett, Michael Brough, Graziano Marcheschi, Diana Macalintal, Neil A. Parent, Christine Keffer, Basil Pflumm, and Cathy Zeph.
Interview with Ghazala Khan after her First Tuesday's talk at the Jesuit Church of the Immaculate Conception on "Islam: A Women's and Mother's Perspective."
Interview with former Loyola Institute for Ministry Director Bob Ludwig, currently in his last semester as Director of the Institute for Pastoral Studies, Loyola University Chicago. In this interview, he offers his thoughts on a range of topics, including reflections on what led to early developments in LIM and its extension program.
Interview with Sr. Cecilia Dimaku, a graduate of the LIM on-campus program who was instrumental in helping to develop the LIM programi in Benin City, Nigeria.
Interview with Mark Mogilka, Director of Stewardship and Pastoral Services in the Diocese of Green Bay, WI, on multi-parish ministry. He was in New Orleans for a workshop on multi-parish ministry held here at Loyola May 31-June 1. Mark is also co-author of Pastoring Multiple Parishes: An Emerging Model of Pastoral Leadershippublished by Loyola Press.
Professor Daniella Zsupan-Jerome attended the spring 2012 College Theology Society annual meeting in San Antonio, TX and made a presentation on teaching and social media. This is an interview with her about the presentation.
Professor Daniella Zsupan-Jerome attended a meeting of the Pontifical Council on Social Communication this spring 2012 and offered her reflections on it in this interview.
Professor Michael Cowan, who has taught and worked in interfaith and interracial community organizing, is returning to teach in the Loyola Institute for Ministry after twelve years in various other positions at the university. While away from LIM, he worked in the Lindy Boggs National Center for Community Literacy and helped to found Common Good, which was instrumental in establishing the Inspector General's Office in the City of New Orleans. He is also founder of the ecumenical Shades of Praise Interracial Gospel Choir. Listen to an introductory interview with Professor Cowan and his reflections on small Christian communities.
Recording of presentation entitled "The Future of Vatican II" delivered by Professor Tom Ryan in Ignatius Chapel at Loyola on Sunday October 7.