pagA Catholic university located in Chicago has given its blessing to a student organization for “pagans,” according to The Campus Fix. Loyola University of Chicago, a Jesuit school, pushed back a little bit and asked the group to change its name from the Loyola Student Pagan Alliance to the “Indigenous Faith Tradition Alliance.” It seems administrators of the school were uncomfortable with the word “pagan.” Even with the name change, however, the group’s mission remains the same. Founder Jill Kreider wrote on Facebook that her group wants to “to unify Pagan, the spiritual but not religious, those seeking faith or religion, minority faith students (including but not limited to: Buddhists, Taoists, Shinto practitioners, Santeras, etc…) pluralists and those students interested in New Age religions on Loyola’s campus. If you don’t have a faith group on campus, we’re here to fill that gap!” More