IVC Stories

Second Annual IVC-Portland Service Day at Maine Needs

Second Annual IVC-Portland Service Day at Maine Needs

On April 9, Regional Advisory Council Members, Service Corps Members, and friends gathered for IVC-Portland's second annual service day. The group met at an organization called Maine Needs to lend a hand sorting donated clothing, hygiene products, and household items,...

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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.

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Become part of IVC – virtually! 

Become part of IVC – virtually! 

IVC is excited about launching this new option and eager to see the potential going forward. Because our members serve virtually, we can partner with nonprofits anywhere in the country or world.

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IVC Names New Director in Chicago

IVC Names New Director in Chicago

The Ignatian Volunteer Corps announces the appointment of Tom Galvin as Director for its Chicago Region. The Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) harnesses the expertise of individuals over 50 who have the passion and commitment to direct their attention to issues…

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Walking Through Life with Ignatius

Walking Through Life with Ignatius

God calls us in different ways at different times in our lives. Our relationship with God changes as we mature and our spirituality draws on our wisdom and experience. How do we discern God’s call as we age? How do we grow from being children of God into becoming women and men for others? Join us for a conversation exploring the spirituality of aging and how we can deepen our experience through prayer and service in the Ignatian tradition.

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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 providing assisted living to people with HIV/AIDS.  Founded in 1985 by two compassionate priests in cooperation with the...

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