[ loi-oh-luh ]


  1. Saint Ignatius of Iñigo López de Loyola, 1491–1556, Spanish soldier and ecclesiastic: founder of the Society of Jesus.


/ lɔɪˈəʊlə /

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The Illini and Ramblers haven’t played since 2011, with Loyola last beating Illinois in 1986.

Illinois is going into the tournament as the hottest team in the nation but could face tough tests in Loyola of Chicago and Houston.

In the weeks following the 2018 Final Four, Loyola signed a transfer, Tate Hall, who would become its second-leading scorer this season.

Of course, both Loyola and Drake will have chances to make a case on the court this weekend.

Three years later, Loyola should be back in the tournament, but this time it won’t be as a Cinderella.

Lawrence, 43, entered the filmmaking world while attending film school at Loyola Marymount University.

On Friday, Hoffman'€™s family and friends will gather again, for his funeral at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola.

By this date, the Jesuits (“the Company of Loyola”) had grown accustomed to such venomous denunciations.

If “any congregation of men could merit eternal perdition on earth and in hell,” it is the “Company of Loyola.”

So I think that it is something that would make Saint Ignatius Loyola very happy.

The chief interest about it to us was that here St. Ignatius de Loyola made his first profession.

That time of danger produced the exalted zeal of Xavier and the intense, thoughtful, organizing zeal of Loyola.

Admiring his courage, the French tenderly carried him to Loyola, where for some time his life was despaired of.

The noble follower of St. Loyola might reasonably find fault with the above, as a citation of his words.

Was Loyola a gentleman whose assertions carried conviction other than to the stake?