Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Aiming to inspire the entire Loyola community to share together in the spirit of the season, the series features reflective lectures, concerts and masses. The series kicks off with a presentation by the Rev. Ted Dziak, S.J., vice president for Mission & Ministry and director of the Jesuit Center.
This 1989 docu-drama about the life of Saint Francis of Assisi, highlights his conversion from the pampered son of a rich merchant to heroic ascetic and humanitarian.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Authors Susan Larson and Rebecca Snedeker will offer an insider's guide to New Orleans' memorable sites and literary hotspots that reflect the distinct culture existing only in the Crescent City.
The ladies of jazz have a story to tell. That's the central theme of a special film screening of "Lady Be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz," a documentary capturing the lost stories of American women jazz instrumentalists. Film producer Kay Ray along with New Orleans female jazz musicians Banu Gibson, Cindy Mayes, Jenna McSwain, Cindy Scott and Amy Sharpe will headline a Q-and-A panel following the film.
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