Music Ensemble Auditions

Music Ensembles looking for new members this Spring

LMU’s Department of Music is inviting the general public to participate in its various choral and instrumental ensembles beginning this Spring. Performances are regularly scheduled for each of the ensembles each semester. Some of the ensembles take their performances off campus as well where they share their music with audiences throughout Los Angeles, California, the…

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Jon Wiedenman introduces Traditional Tae Kwon Do and Self Defense Course to LMU Extension

Jon Wiedenman’s Traditional Tae Kwon Do and Self Defense course combines traditional and practical martial arts training. With 50 years of teaching and training traditional martial arts, his experience stems from his travels to the Far East, initiated stranger danger programs, and modernized practical self-defense. Wiedenman has also founded of dozens of youth programs for…

Spring Speakers

Finley, Au and Johnson among speakers for spring events on topics of Spirituality

This spring, the Center for Religion and Spirituality will continue its series of public workshops in spirituality, ministry and theology. “These workshops will be led by an impressive cast of instructors on topics that are designed to nurture the participants’ spiritual and theological growth,” explains CRS Assistant Director Elsy Arévalo. You can read more about each…

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Renowned quantum physicist Menas Kafatos will lecture on Consciousness on February 5 at LMU

Physicist Menas C. Kafatos, Fletcher Jones Professor of Computational Physics at Chapman University, will speak to students on the topics of religion, science and consciousness in a special visit to the University. Titled “Quantum Theory, Cosmology and Ecology: Consciousness Uniting All,” Professor Kafatos’ lecture will take place at LMU’s St. Robert’s Hall auditorium beginning at…

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CRS Workshop “Moral Injury: Warriors, Families and Communities” featured in ‘The Tidings’

The Center for Religion and Spirituality’s November 16 workshop “Moral Injury: Warriors, Families and Communities,” facilitated by Extension instructor Mark Mitchell, was recently featured in an article in The Tidings by Robert Dellinger. The workshop was a panel-led discussion on ministering to war veterans, especially those struggling with moral injury and PTSD. “When you experience any…