Prism: A Spirituality Retreat for LGBT Students:
|Each retreat is unique, but all find fullness in the grace and love of God and welcome people of all faith backgrounds and experiences. Peace, hope, laughter, joy, faith, healing, wisdom, friendship (and food!) are among the many blessings we have all received on retreats!
While most of our retreats are for undergraduate students, we also have retreat opportunities for faculty, staff, and grad students as well as alumni. We also work with Fordham-affiliated groups who are looking for a retreat location.
Please click on the links below to learn more about each of the retreats and which one might be best for you! Please contact us at any time for more information.
Retreats for Undergraduate Students
February 28-March 2
Service Reflection Faith & Justice Retreat: Tentatively 3/8 (more information coming soon)
Retreats for Faculty, Staff & Grad Students
Ignatian Day of Reflection:
October 5, 2013; February 8, 2014 (Contact Carol Gibney - firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ignatian Silent Retreat for Faculty, Staff & Grad Students:
May 27-30, 2014 (Contact Carol Gibney - email@example.com)
Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Living (SEEL):
Begins September 2014 (Contact Carol Gibney - firstname.lastname@example.org)
Faculty, Staff & Grad students are welcome to participate in the Busy People's Lenten Retreat: April 2-9, 2014
Retreats for Private Groups/Clubs/Classes
If you have a Fordham group intrested in scheduling a retreat at Fordham's Philip H. McGrath House of Prayer, please contact Erin Hoffman at email@example.com.
Other Retreat Opportunities
Young Alumni Retreat: April 25-27, 2014 (Contact Fr. Dan Gatti - firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information click here.)
Jesuit Collaborative: Offers Retreats and Programs in the Jesuit/Ignatian Tradition. For more information please click here
Loyola House of Retreats : It is in this peaceful atmosphere that thousands of retreatants have paused to search, ask and wonder since 1927. All are invited to come here to do the same - to sense God’s presence in a fresh and contemplative way. For more information, please click here.
For more information, contact
Erin Hoffman email@example.com, 718-817-4509, McGinley 206
Lincoln Center Lowenstein 217, 212-636-7212