Faith and Religious Traditions
We encourage students to practice their faith and learn about others by partnering with the Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Orthodox Christian Student Clubs, Catholic Life, and providing resources of Sacred Spaces on and off campus, and interfaith programming.
We encourage students and our community to participate fully in the life and mission of the Catholic church through Student Liturgical Ministries, Ministry of Music, Sacramental Life, Catholic Mass, exploring Religious Life.
Spiritual and Pastoral Ministries
Explore what you believe, stretch your mind and body, and ease your soul with Spiritual Direction and Pastoral Counseling, Ignatian Spirituality and Yoga, and Bereavement.
Connect with other people seeking meaningful relationships and flourishing friendships of meaning and value through a variety of opportunities including Praise and Worship, Peer Ministry, Residential and Commuter Ministry, LGBTQ Ministry, and Graduate Student Ministry.
Justice and Service
Experience and learn to nurture compassion, healing and justice in the Ignatian Tradition through service, advocacy, and justice education. Commit to the challenge of Solidarity and Activism with the Pedro Arrupe Volunteers, Common Grounds Conversations, the Ignatian Family Teach in for Justice and more.
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Please note: Fordham has a COVID-19 vaccine requirement for visitors to campus, but honors medical and personal religious exemptions.
A Hungry City: Food Insecurity in New York
Common Grounds Conversation, Tuesday November 8, 5:30 PM, McShane Campus Center, Room 311 Please join our community partners Jack Marth from POTS, and Cassandra Agredo from Xavier Mission, as they discuss food insecurity in NYC and the impact of Covid 19, current efforts to address it, the effect of the influx of migrants to the city, hunger
Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive
We invite you to joinFORDHAM UNIVERSITY’S ANNUALTHANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE Monetary donations will be accepted through the end of November. Your monetary donation will help Fordham’s community partners provide food for struggling families in the New York area. Please donate today. Your donation will support these partner organizations: ROSE HILL — THE CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF MERCY,
Relief Efforts For Hurricane Fiona
Dear Members of the Fordham Community, How may we respond to the suffering and privation that natural disasters inflict upon our human family? Hurricane Fiona has just devastated large parts of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Almost five years to the day after Hurricane Maria left death and destruction in its wake, and not
Relief Efforts For Hurricane Ian
Dear Members of the Fordham Community, Hurricane Ian just swept through southwest Florida and is now regaining strength as it heads northeast towards South Carolina. While this life-threatening weather event is not over yet, its aftermath is already being described as catastrophic destruction, historic damage, record rainfall and massive flooding. The humanitarian challenges are all
Volunteer opportunities and resources following Intersection of Migration and Homelessness Program
Mary Owens, Director of 30th Street Mens Shelter Assessment and Jairo Gúzman, President of the Mexican Coalition, provided an overview from the perspective of the agencies and not-for-profits on the recent influx of migrants that have been bused from the US – Mexico border to NYC. Following the Common Grounds Conversations on September 15, additional
Women’s History Month Highlight
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are connecting with some of Fordham’s incredible female community partners. Meet Women Making History, and read on to learn what they love about their jobs and their advice for young people. This week’s spotlight is on Stephanie Ashley Caban from Part of the Solution. We asked Stephanie a
Sunday, December 12 at 5 PM Rose Hill: University Church Principal Celebrant: Joseph M. McShane, S.J. A tree blessing and reception will follow at 6 PM in the new Campus Student Center. Lincoln Center: Chapel (LL 221) Join for Mass and stick around after Mass for much celebration! Christmas party to follow after Mass at
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Ven con nosotros a caminar, Santa Maria, ven! Come, accompany us on our journey, Blessed Mary, come! Friday, Dec. 10th. LINCOLN CENTER Bilingual Mass Presider: Rev. Johnathan Castelblanco, S.J. 12:00 Noon. Blessed Rupert Mayer, S.J. Chapel (LL-221) Light reception to follow. ROSE HILL Bilingual Mass Presider: Rev. Vincent Marchionni, S.J. 12:15 p.m. University Church Light reception to
Swipe Out Hunger
Let’s End Student Hunger On Campus! Donate your guest meal swipes to students experience hunger on campus. Wondering how many guest meal swipes you have? Meal Plans and Number of Guest Swipes: Rose Hill Unlimited Platinum & Unlimited Silver: 8 Swipes Block 250: 5 Swipes Block 225: 4 Swipes Block 200: 4 Swipes Lincoln Center
Ignatian Day of Service
Saturday, September 18th from 11 AM to 3 PM Join us in service and solidarity with Bronx is Blooming. Registration is required. Sign up here! Meet on the University Church Plaza. This event is sponsored by Campus Ministry, Center for Community Engaged Learning, Manresa Scholars, and Commuter Student Services.