The LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality is an interdisciplinary center of learning and research dedicated to continuing education for the general public.

All are welcome!

Coming Up

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Virtual Open House

Come hear about our various learning opportunities at the next virtual open house on September 21

Rev. Randy Roche, S.J.

Abiding in the Heart of Christ: Ignatian Contemplation

Randy Roche, S.J. will guide this evening session of experiences with Scripturally-based prayer and reflection on September 22

Michael Howard

Black Catholic Spirituality

Prof. Howard will preview highlights of a new program focusing on the concerns of Black Catholics and their unique history, traditions, and voice in the universal Church at this October 1 webinar

 

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The Yoga Journey

Our revised foundational Yoga Studies program and 200-hour teacher training begins online and in-person on October 2

Highlights

Honoring the Class of 2022

Rewatch the 2022 Graduation Ceremonies for those completing studies in ministry, spirituality, and yoga at the Center

Diana Hancharenko

Journeying with Youth

Diana Hancharenko, chairperson for the USCCB National Advisory Team on Young Adult Ministry, outlines accompaniment of young people in the creation of a hope-filled future in this webinar

Dr. Judith Carlisle

Yoga in a Time of Social Change

Dr. Judith Carlisle, yogi and educator, discusses yoga in a time of social change in this episode of Yoga in Our Time

Preparing Leaders for Ministry

LMU has been awarded a $1 million grant by Lilly Endowment through its Pathways for Tomorrow Initiative, which is designed to help theological schools prepare pastoral leaders for ministry

On Video

Welcome to the Center

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Pathway to a College Degree

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“We hope you will think of this University and the Center for Religion and Spirituality as your home. Whether you are volunteering or working full-time, committing yourself to service will always be challenging. So don’t be a stranger—come to LMU to take courses, workshops, or programs of study.”

– Dr. Robert Hurteau, Director