Experience Making a Difference

Experience Making a Difference

On Getting Old: A Reflection by Allene Grognet

On Getting Old: A Reflection by Allene Grognet

Nothing should be more expected than old age, yet nothing is more unforeseen. It is a situation that exists outside of oneself – I am old to others. There is a disconnect between how I feel inside me, and the judgmental 

IVC New Orleans Member Profile: Cathy Storm

IVC New Orleans Member Profile: Cathy Storm

Cathy became interested in IVC after seeing a feature story in the Clarion Herald (New Orleans’ Archdiocesan newspaper – see the article here). She was looking for a next step because she felt, although retired from work, she “did not retire from life.”

The Push for Repeal of the Death Penalty in Louisiana 

The Push for Repeal of the Death Penalty in Louisiana 

What a difference a year has made. Last spring, I received information about the Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) in an email from the Loyola Alumni Association and was invited to attend an informational meeting at Loyola’s Ignatius Chapel to learn more.

Bicycles and Rosaries!

Bicycles and Rosaries!

Tom Adler serves as the Life Skills Coordinator at Project Lazarus, the oldest and largest residential facility in the Gulf Coast region...