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December 14, 2009 • Volume 32, No. 7

New McGinley Chair
Pledges to Strengthen
Interreligious Dialogue

“Âmên. Amēn. Āmīn.”

Reciting that small yet potent word in three languages, Fordham’s new Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society negotiated the similar understandings of faith among Jews, Christians and Muslims, and vowed to strengthen interreligious dialogue at Fordham University.

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Archbishop Hughes Society Dinner Celebrates Newest University Benefactors

The University’s top benefactors gathered on Nov. 3 at the third annual Archbishop Hughes Society Dinner to honor the group’s newest inductees.

More than 80 guests attended the event. John Tognino, FCLS ’75, chairman of the Fordham University Board of Trustees, thanked members for playing a major part in shaping Fordham’s future.

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UCA Jesuit Martyrs Remembered as Men of Peace

A journalist who spent years in El Salvador joined a Peruvian diplomat and a theology professor at Fordham on Nov. 16 to recall the lives of six Jesuit activists murdered during that nation’s brutal civil wars in the 1980s.

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Scholar Discusses the ‘Bride of Christ’ in the Early Church

Fordham Celebrates Kiwanis/Circle K Partnerships

Future of Journalism Discussed at Forum

Cuomo Reflects on Past and Issues Challenges
for Future


Photo Essay: A Jesuit’s Life in Crèches

New Executive MBA Program Boosts Fordham's Global Presence

Fordham Students and Recent Alumni Get
Career Advice at President’s Council Event


History Scholar Looks at Romania Through the
Lens of the German Empire


Professor Charts the Influence of
Unsung Civil Liberties Champion


Psychology Professor Strives to Find Treatments for
Self-Injury and Suicide



Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines


A ‘Conspiracy of
Goodness’ Saves
3,500 Lives

By all appearances, the tiny French hamlet of Le Chambon-sur-Ligne favored a quiet, simple life, one where farmers took sheep to graze on nearby hills and villagers tended vegetables in their gardens.

But appearances can deceive.

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Fordham at Work

A profile of Paul Francis, Director of Global Outreach, Office of Mission and Ministry

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