Campus Ministry



Social Justice

Social Justice is an important part of Jesuit, Catholic Education.

Contact Beth Scanlon in campus ministry at x 4114 or scanlele@lemoyne.edu to get involved.


Upcoming Justice Events
Janaury Winter Service Week

Serve in Philadelphia, New York City, West Virginia, or Syracuse
between January 10 and 17, 2015

             St. Francis Inn in Philadelphia with people who are homeless

             Nazareth Farm in West Virginia working with people in need

             Rescue Mission in Syracuse NY with people who are homeless

             School, hospitals, and after school programs in New York City

For more information and an Application,
contact Le Moyne Campus Ministry, x4110,
or check out our web site,
or come to one of these info sessions:
Thursday, October 30, 7 pm in The Drescher Community Room of the Chapel
Wednesday, November 5, 5 pm in the Bernat Room of the Library.

Click here for an info sheet.

Click here for an application.

Applications are due Monday, November 10, 2014 at 12 noon.

Love in Action: A Moving Exhibit of Paintings

Tuesday, Nov. 4, 7 p.m., Panasci Family Chapel

Artist Mary Pimmel-Freeman will share portraits of the Jesuit martyrs and their companions, which she created while attending Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Mo. In addition, Pimmel-Freeman will address the martyrs’ work, how their lives are depicted in her art, and how these martyrs impacted her spirituality.

Fifty Years Later: Where Are We Now?

5:30 p.m., Thursday Nov. 6, 2014, Grewen Aud

Join students and faculty members for a discussion on race, class and privilege, and what it means to be a young, educated individual amidst some of our tragic current events such as the killing of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin with Le Moyne alumnus Patrick Williams, who is now a graduate student in theology at Princeton University.

Why am I Dying to Live When I'm Just Living to Die

7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 5, Reilley Room, Reilly Hall

Through spoken word, and storytelling, Patrick Williams hopes to shed light on the current state of race in America, righteous rage, and answers to the question, "where do we go from here?" Through this cathartic process, Williams hopes to explore a re-imagination of what is and the possibilities of what could be. He will address race, the police state, and re-imagination in the midst of Emmett Till, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, John Crawford III, etc.

Ignatian Family Teach In

November 15 - 17 in Washington DC

Join other Le Moyne students and students from schools accross the United States for a great teach in.  Learn about social justice concerns. See Beth Scanlon for more details or call x 4110.

Get info at ignatiansolidarity.net/iftj/

Click here for an application.

Come to the info session on Wednesday, the 22nd, at 7pm in the Bernat Room in the Library.