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FRONTLINES IGNATIAN HERITAGE MONTH Ignatian spirituality, captured on camera


Magis. A faith that does justice. Finding God in all things. Those were the three categories that the Loyola community was challenged to represent in this year’s Ignatian Heritage Month photography contest in November. Four winners were selected—one overall winner and one in each category—by a panel of Loyola faculty, staff, and students.


OVERALL WINNER BY RITI PATEL


“The picture I entered is one of mi mama Colombiana, one of the many people I have met who radiate something they like to call on the coast ‘calor humano,’ or human warmth.” Taken in Barranquilla, Colombia, while Patel was studying abroad.


FINDING GOD


IN ALL THINGS BY NICK


PETERSON


“There is a known and unknown


element to the divine that is expressed in a


symmetry of the reflection of the


transcendent world in the observable world.”


A FAITH THAT DOES JUSTICE BY ANNA BAGAYLYUK


“It’s a brand new day. It’s a new oppor- tunity to take a deep breath and follow your goals. Believe in yourself. Put all your failures behind and start over again. That’s the way life is.”


MAGIS BY HUY NGUYEN


“One of the most admirable things to do in life is to be a farmer. What other of life’s dedications fulfills such a basic need? Our society (and many others) needs more farmers and less Justin Bieber.”


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