Emmaus is open to any and all students… no ‘halos’ required, just an open and willing spirit! Emmaus is a great first experience if you've never been on a retreat before.
Immerse yourself in the Scriptural story of the road to Emmaus and the first week of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.
The retreat is rooted in a Catholic-Christian spirituality and welcomes students of all faith and spiirtual backgrounds who desire to grow in relatinoship wtih God.
Student leaders share personal reflections on life, faith, and prayer and facilitate small group conversations.
The Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist are available for those who wish to participate.
Large group discussions and community activities, small group sharing, and individual time for futher prayer and reflection.
Great fellowship, great food, great music, and our great God!
Fordham's beautiful and peaceful House of Prayer in Goshen, NY.
A weekend retreat from Friday (3:30pm) to Sunday (3:30pm).
Emmaus 113: November 21-23, 2014
Emmaus 114: February 20-22 2015
What they are saying...
"It's an amazing and rewarding experience." (Retreatant on Emmaus 112, Spring 2014)
"One of the best and most lasting ways to grow in faith is by hearing of other people's faith stories. That is what happens on Emmaus." (Retreatant on Emmaus 112, Spring 2014)
"For the faithful, it is a renewal of faith.
For the doubtful or lost, it is a reintroduction to God's love." (Retreatant on Emmaus 111, Fall 2013)
"Whether you are in a great place with your faith or a terrible one, Emmaus gives you a chance to talk a break from the craziness of Fordham and reevaluate your relationships and where your life is headed." (Retreatant on Emmaus 111, Fall 2013)
For More Information...
Contact Erin Hoffman
, Asst. Director for Spiritual Programs, 718-817-4509, McGinley 206
REGISTER FOR EMMAUS!