[ US /ˌɫɔɪˈoʊɫə/ ]
  1. Spaniard and Roman Catholic theologian and founder of the Society of Jesus; a leading opponent of the Reformation (1491-1556)
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How To Use Loyola In A Sentence

  • They, not the canons and decrees of the Council of Trent, or even the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola, were the true legacy of early modern Catholicism for the modern age.
  • Like Stanford, Loyola jumped into the top - 25 after being unranked in the 2004 preseason poll.
  • They might spiritualize the prophesy and say that something spiritual happened that can't be seen, but nevertheless the prophecy was fulfilled," says Catherine Wessinger, a professor of religious studies at Loyola University New Orleans, who has written about apocalyptic movements. End of World Prophecy Attracts Followers, Provokes Ridicule
  • “What the Kabbalah Centre is, is equal parts of nonmystical and traditional Jewish wisdom and one part snake oil and hokum,” said Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, chairman of Jewish law and ethics at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles and an Orthodox rabbi who has taught classes in cabala. A Jewish Madonna? Is That a Mystery?
  • They should sell tickets, " said Laurie Levenson, a professor at the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, a former federal prosecutor who speaks often about the nexus of fame and felony.
  • Cadets do the regular march past at the annual State-level inter-collegiate contest at Loyola College.
  • He reads Machiavelli, Ignatius of Loyola, Marx and Hegel; he is cold and unmerciful to mankind, out of a kind of mathematical mercifulness. Autumn
  • It can be found in seed oils such as safflower and sunflower and, according to a Loyola University Medical Center study, may help control hypertension and thus prevent stroke, the nation's third-leading killer.
  • The pope urged our small band of Loyola University undergrads to study hard and obey our parents.
  • Since such an important aspect of everyday living must have theological implications, Loyola college decided that the inextricable link between God and eating was to be explored.
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