Justice and Service
Serve the community and advocate for a more just society.
Seeking to embody the Gospel call through Ignatian Tradition and Catholic Social Teaching, Campus Ministry is committed to transforming the minds and hearts of the Fordham community through service, advocacy, and justice education. Calling on the Fordham community to commit to the challenge of solidarity and activism, we prophetically work for the common good through reciprocal partnerships and accompaniment with our local New York City neighbors.
In accordance with the mission of Fordham University, Campus Ministry’s programs invite students to step outside of their familiar university lives, walk with people at the margins of society, and in doing so, open their minds and hearts to personal transformation.
We invite you to learn more about ways to deepen your understanding of the intersection of a faith that does justice by joining us for a Common Grounds Conversation, a Pedro Arrupe Volunteers service engagement or to be part of the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (IFTJ) delegation, where you will experience and learn to nurture compassion, healing and justice in the Ignatian Tradition and Vision.