St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus, was born in 1491 in the castle of Loyola in the Basque Country of Northern Spain to parents of distinguished families in that area. He was the youngest of 13 children and was called Iñigo de Oñaz y Loyola. At the age of 15, he served as a page in the court of a local nobleman and later embraced a military career,

"The purpose of Loyola College is to serve the country without distinction of caste, language or creed, setting before its students, high ideals of service, humanism, social justice and national development at all levels."
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Loyola Academy Junior College (A unit of Global Society of Jesus to Which all the Jesuits belong) began in 1976 with Rev. Fr.T.Balaiah



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