The SLUH Insignis podcast features lively interviews with members of our school community engaged in a variety of roles and fascinating projects "down the hall, across the metro area and around the world" in support of our mission.
The latest episode is a celebration of the Ignatian Year. It's been 500 years since St. Ignatius was wounded in battle by an errant cannonball and experienced a profound conversation in recovery. You'll hear how his powerful, solitary experience still reverberates in the works and mission of the Jesuits, especially in education.
Matt Stewart, SJ '98 talks about his own vocation story, and what it's like to begin a third chapter of life at SLUH. Mr. and Mrs. Hap '82 and Mary Burke, parents of two SLUH graduates, discuss their work in adult spiritual formation. And Dr. Eric Clark '83, former SLUH Dean of Students and current President of Loyola Academy, gives moving and powerful testimony to a lifetime of commitment to Jesuit education. You'll also hear many student voices, some sharing what Igntatius and Jesuit education means to them and others raising their voices to celebrate that tradition in song.
- Jim Linhares (Asst. Principal for Mission): Project lead, show host
- Will Linhares '10 : Audio engineering
- Ryan Doyle (Digital Media Specialist): Production advisor
- Jon Dickmann '96 (Technology Director): Technology support
- Sean Powers '05 (Fine Arts teacher) and students in 2D Design: Logo development
- Jeff Pottinger (Music teacher) and SLUH Jazz Combo, including Christopher Hartung '20, Teddy Gerard '18, Sean McLaughlin '19, Jack Schweizer '18, Thomas Curdt '18 and Joseph Hartung '18: Music
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