Dr. Michael Lovell, the 24th and first lay president of Marquette University, developed the Sacred Spaces Pilgrimage. It was his capstone project as a student in the Ignatian Colleagues Program, an 18-month national formation initiative for leaders of the 27 Jesuit universities and colleges in the United States.
Having spent time reflecting, praying the Rosary, honoring the Blessed Sacrament through quiet adoration, and participating in small and large group prayer and liturgical celebrations on campus, Dr. Lovell has experienced Marquette’s Sacred Spaces firsthand. He recognized their importance in growing faith, lives of prayer and reflection, and the Catholic identity animated by our Jesuit charism.
Watch President Michael Lovell lead a tour of a few of the sacred spaces.
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