Faculty & Staff Mission Programs
Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), sought and saw God in all things and believed himself called to be a co-laborer with God. His vision of the world lies at the heart of the Jesuit method of teaching, research and service. Discover what it means to work at a Jesuit university and the difference it makes to your profession and field of study.
At Saint Louis University, faculty and staff can grow in their spirituality and their understanding of the Jesuit mission of the University through numerous programs offered by the Division of Mission and Ministry.
For more information, contact Judi Buncher in Mission and Ministry, at email@example.com or 977-7065.
Here are a few highlights of our activities.
Christian Life Community (CLC)
Praying with the tools of Ignatian Spirituality, Christian Life Communities are small groups that meet weekly to seek and understand God's activity in their lives. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or Campus Minister Julie McCourt at email@example.com or 314-977-1516.
Helping Our Own
Funded by SLU employees for SLU employees, Helping Our Own provides a one-time monetary gift to any employee experiencing a financial crisis
During Advent and Lent, these twilight retreats offer an opportunity for talks, quiet personal reflection, and a simple meal.
Mission Brown Bag
This noontime series offers a monthly reflection on SLU's Jesuit mission and its Ignatian values. Held the second Thursday of the month, 11:30am - 12:30pm, Knights Room, Pius XII Library. Watch Newslink for more information.