MISSION AND MINISTRY | Loyola Marymount University is welcoming back Michael Engh, S.J., president of Santa Clara University, to help commemorate the history of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary’s legacy and partnership with LMU.
Father Engh, who served as dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and was a professor of history, will keynote the program, highlighting the R.S.H.M. core values, which continue to animate the identity and mission of LMU today.
The program is co-sponsored by the Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination and the Bellarmine Forum, themed “Collaboration and Creativity: Faith, Culture, and the Arts.” The Bellarmine Forum is an annual celebration of the life of the mind in relation to LMU’s mission and heritage. Each year, the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts offers a series of interconnected events and undergraduate courses that engage an important question or theme. The 2018-19 forum is a partnership between BCLA and the Marymount Institute for Faith, Culture and the Arts celebrating the power and potential of human connection and creative collaboration. This year’s forum pays special tribute to the 50-year anniversary of the affiliation of the R.S.H.M and the Marymount tradition with the Jesuit and Ignatian traditions at LMU.
Oct. 9, 2018
7:30 – 9 p.m.
Life Science Building, Room 120
Those interested in attending this event, RSVP here or for information call ACTI at 310.338.7759.