Introducing RenewLMU

We are students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, and supporters of LMU.  Our Catholic faith is important to us.  We formed this group to protect, foster, and preserve the Catholic identity of LMU.

3 thoughts on “Introducing RenewLMU

  1. Good for you! I am a graduate of the U. of San Francisco and have been thoroughly embarrassed at what it (and virtually all the other Jesuit Universities) has allowed on its campus that is totally against what St. Ignatius would have approved of. Thank you for starting a movement to get Jesuit Us back to being truly Catholic.

    • Ditto!! I graduated from Santa Clara University in the 80’s and have a son who graduated from LMU in 2012. I was shocked to see how far so many of the Jesuit schools have strayed from the teachings of the Church. Let’s pray that RENEW LMU will start a new trend among all of them!

  2. I have removed my LMU Alumni license plate frame from my car out of shame and disgjust.
    The school’s president appears to openly support a subversive agenda in the guise of social justice which I believe is abhorrent to the integrity and dignity of LMU, a Catholic institution.
    During these past tumultuous few weeks, he encouraged students to join in ongoing protests which were marked by lawlessness, looting and criminal vandalism. WHILE we viewed these acts of violence Annon the news channels, LMU’s Dr. Cheryl Grills, was interviewed by news channels and did not denounce any if it. She basically stated that nothing had worked for black people before so more had to be done to get their message across. That was a moment of clarity for me, as a once proud alumna, that LMU has moved from a liberal to radical ( bordering on militant) hotbed of activism.

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