The LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality is an interdisciplinary center of learning dedicated to continuing education for the general public. All are welcome!
Coming Up
Building Leadership and Equity in Yoga
J. Cole Thomas and Jennifer Alvarez explore building a thriving and socially-conscious yoga center dedicated to the development of a diverse yoga community at this September 19 workshop
El rol del laico en el cuidado pastoral
El Centro le invita a una discusion de 23 de septiembre en Facebook Live con el profesor Enresto Zamora acerca de la importancia de cuidado pastoral como un ministerio de suma importancia en nuestra iglesia
Yoga therapist and client meeting in session
Yoga Therapy Rx
This certificate program beginning October 2 is for those desiring to serve clients dealing with physical challenges or ailments, as well as those beginning their journey as certified yoga therapists
Instructor John Flaherty
On Death and Dying
This October 30 online workshop with John Flaherty offers an opportunity to build or sharpen the skills necessary to meet and accompany the bereaved through the rituals of the Order of Christian Funerals
Featured
Monestary at the foot of Montserrat in Catalonia, Spain
Pilgrimage to Spain
Join us in this Ignatian Year by walking in the footsteps of St. Ignatius of Loyola at the historic and sacred sites of Spain, May 13-22, 2022
Mantener el Camino
A community college mentoring program for Hispanic pastoral ministers in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Vaccination is a Life Issue
Vaccination is a Life Issue
A webinar and toolkit about the COVID-19 vaccine from a Catholic perspective
Logo for the 2021-2022 worldwide Ignatian Year
The Ignatian Year
Join us and the worldwide Ignatian family in marking the 500th anniversary of the conversation of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Special events, courses, and pilgrimage open to the public.

"When we imagine as LMU, a Jesuit and Marymount institution, we imagine restlessly, engaging St. Ignatius of Loyola’s 'magis', seeking to partner with each other, and with God, to do better for those here, for those to come, and for the Earth itself."

- Dr. Timothy Law Snyder, President of Loyola Marymount University