The third and final video in a documentary series examining the problem of human trafficking in the United States. Directed and edited by Redemptorist Priest Fr. Charles Kumar C.S.S.R. during his time as a Loyola Productions Intern and Loyola Marymount University graduate student.
The second video in a three part doc series examining the problem of human trafficking in the United States. Directed and edited by Redemptorist Priest Fr. Charles Kumar C.S.S.R. during his time as a Loyola Productions Intern and Loyola Marymount University graduate student.
GUN CONTROL EPISODE 1: MENTAL HEALTH & GUN ACCESS EPISODE 1: Jesuit bloggers Fr. Rick Malloy and Ryan Duns address the issues of gun access and mental health in the context of gun control through an Ignatian lens. GUN CONTROL EPISODE 2: CULTURE OF VIOLENCE After addressing the issue of access to guns and mental […]
Happy Earth Day Everyone! We met up with the LIONS Club at Loyola Marymount University for the 1 year anniversary of their sustainable garden. In this video, you’ll meet with both administrators and students who are taking an active role in raising awareness of sustainable living on LMU’s campus.
IN Network visited Loyola Marymount University’s LIONS Sustainable Garden – and learned how their garden takes the Ignatian value of Social Justice and applies it to growing food & connecting with local communities.
Father Dorian Llywelyn of the Theology Department at LMU in Los Angeles examines the life of Francis Xavier. He shows us why Francis Xavier remains relevant for us today as we continue to experience challenges in preaching the gospel authentically in Asia and elsewhere. Each Jesuits On… features a member of the Society of Jesus […]
Fr. Mark Bandsuch, S.J., professor of business law at LMU, engages in a passionate discussion on business ethics. Looking at how a “Post-Enron” environment has enhanced the importance we place on ethics in the work place.Exploring a wide range of topics including executive compensation, advertising practices, and bioengineering. Fr. Bandsuch uses concrete examples to illustrate […]
Fr. Herbert J. Ryan, S.J., a theology professor at LMU, engages us in a passionate discussion on the often controversial subject of exorcisms. As one of the primary consultants on the film The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Fr. Ryan uses his expertise in the Catholic Rite of Exorcism to help explain the unexplainable. Each Jesuits […]
For centuries the Blessed Virgin Mary has been making repeated visits throughout our world. Fr. Dorian Llyweln, S.J. examines the famous Marian Apparitions and shares his views on their psychological and spiritual significance. Fr. Llywelyn also discusses the messages that the Blessed Mother has shared with humanity and provides an assessment of what he believes […]
Father Martin T. Connell, S.J., earned a doctorate in Anthropology of Education from U.C. Santa Barbara. He is now Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Loyola Marymount University. The success of a school is closely tied to the motivations of its teachers. For Catholic education, motivation has a specific name: vocation. Fr. Connell […]