Loyola Club Young Alumni Event
The Loyola Club gathers Jesuit-educated alums for food, fellowship and inspiration. For more than 200 years the U.S. network of Jesuit institutions has had a significant impact on America and Catholicism. As a result, Jesuit principles are interwoven into our lives and community. Loyola Club probes ways to apply Jesuit Spirituality in our current lives and strengthen our community. The idea of service to others never grows old as we continue to learn, earn and be Men and Women for Others.
Guest Speaker: Karl Ertle
President of Walsh Jesuit High School
“Jesuit Connections: How Ignatian Spirituality Informs Personal Meaning and Builds Community”
Karl is a native Clevelander and is the eleventh President of Walsh Jesuit High School. Prior to his position at Walsh Jesuit, he served as president/principal of Cleveland Central Catholic High School, and he worked for 21 years at St. Ignatius High School in a variety of positions, including teaching, coaching and as an administrator, Vice President for Mission. He earned his B.A. in English from Borromeo College and his M.A. in Religious Studies from John Carroll University, and has done post-graduate work at many of the Jesuit colleges and universities. Karl has a passion for Jesuit education, and speaks often on the topic of the Spiritual Exercises. He is an avid sports fan and loves to bike, coach and officiate.
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Market Garden Brewery & Restaurant
1947 West 25th St.
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Parking available in the West Side Market Lot behind the restaurant
5:00-5:30 pm – Registration & Check in
5:30-6:15 pm – Program and Q&A
6:15-7:00 pm – Continued conversation and networking
Cash bar, Appetizers included.
Please visit the Loyola Club website to register and for complete event information.