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Ignatian Week 2013









Ignatian Week Schedule- Lincoln Center

Ignatian Week Schedule- Rose Hill

Ignatian Week Schedule- Westchester


Ignatian Week at Lincoln Center
Wednesday, November 13
2013 MCGINLEY LECTURE | 6 P.M. | 12TH-FLOOR LOUNGE
To Be a Pilgrim: A Geography of Faith for Jews, Christians, and Muslims
Lecture by Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society

Thursday, November 14
LUNCHTIME DISCUSSION | NOON | LOWENSTEIN 515
A Gym for Your Soul
The Spiritual Exercises: A Tool for Discernment
Led by Francis McAloon, S.J., of the Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education

INFORMATION SESSION | 5:30 P.M. | LOWENSTEIN 217
Off to Spain: Where It All Started
Ignatian Pilgrimage beginning at Loyola, Spain, and ending in Rome, ItalySunday, November 17

Sunday, November 14
7:30 P.M. | CHURCH OF ST. PAUL THE APOSTLE 60TH STREET AT COLUMBUS AVENUE
Words and Food for the Journey
Mass
Celebrant: Philip A. Florio, S.J., assistant vice president for Campus Ministry

Monday, November 18

LUNCHTIME DISCUSSION | 1 P.M. | PLAZA VIEW ROOM
Today's Mission for Jesuit Vision
Discussion facilitated by Phil Florio, S.J., assistant vice president for Campus Ministry

Tuesday, November 19

1:00 P.M. | BLESSED RUPERT MAYER, S.J., CHAPEL
Learn to Pray the Examen
A half-hour guided meditation and introduction to Ignatian spirituality

6 P.M. | BLESSED RUPERT MAYER, S.J., CHAPEL
Jesuit Priest, Zen Master
Zen Spirit, Christian Spirit
Roshi Robert Kennedy, S.J., leads meditation and discusses how we can learn from deep engagement in other traditions.
Co-sponsored with the Fordham Interfaith Zen Sitting Group.

Ignatian Week at Rose Hill
Wednesday, November 13

DISCUSSION OVER LUNCH | NOON | MCGINLEY 237
Law and Order: The Jesuit Factor
The Enduring Influence of Anthony Kohlmann, S.J. (1771-1836)
Msgr. Thomas J. Shelley Professor Emeritus of the History of American Christianity
Two hundred years ago, New York-based Jesuit Anthony Kohlmann, after whom Fordham’s Kohlmann Hall is named, became the centerpiece of a landmark legal case focusing on the principle of the Seal of the Confessional. People v. Philips (1813) served as a crucial test for how U.S. law would respond to the challenge of increasing religious diversity and shaped Americans’ understanding and practice of religious liberty to this day.
Sponsored by the Fordham Center on Religion and Culture

INFORMATION SESSION | 5:30 P.M. ST. IGNATIUS ROOM | UNIVERSITY CHURCH
Off to Spain: Where It All Started
Ignatian Pilgrimage beginning at Loyola, Spain, and ending in Rome, Italy

Thursday, November 14
2013 MCGINLEY LECTURE | 6 P.M. FLOM AUDITORIUM | WALSH FAMILY LIBRARY
To Be a Pilgrim: A Geography of Faith for Jews, Christians, and Muslims
Lecture by Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society

9 P.M. | PUGSLEY’S | 590 E. 191st ST.
The Pope at Pugsley’s
Theology on Tap
Matt Malone, S.J., Editor-in-Chief of America magazine, will discuss the recent interview with Pope Francis.

Friday, November 15
11 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. | INTERACTIVE VIDEOCONFERENCE FROM INDIA | LUNCH WILL BE SERVED |
CURRAN CENTER | COLLINS 139
Global Theology in Realtime!
Liberating Power: Asian Feminist Theological Perspectives
This academic forum of Catholic women theologians in Asia promotes contextual feminist theologies from the perspective of the excluded.
RSVP to cacs@fordham.edu or 718-817-0662.

1 P.M. | MUSIC ROOM | MCGINLEY CENTER
Stories of Living and Learning Beyond Borders Do You Love the World Enough to See It?
Discussion led by David Romero, S.J., a Jesuit scholastic.

Saturday, November 16
Teach-In for Justice
Students, faculty, and staff will travel to Washington, D.C., for the Ignatian Family Teach-In, returning on November 18. Members of Jesuit institutions from across the country gather annually in the spirit of social justice and solidarity to learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate together. This year we will be lobbying our elected officials on issues of humane comprehensive immigration reform and raising the minimum wage.

Sunday, November 17
8 P.M. | UNIVERSITY CHURCH
At the Lord’s Table With the President
Mass
Celebrant: Joseph McShane, S.J., President of Fordham
Mass will be followed by the Dedication of Our Lady of Montserrat statue in the University Church.

Wednesday, November 20
12:30 P.M. | DEALY CHAPEL
Learn to Pray the Examen
A half-hour guided meditation and introduction to Ignatian spirituality

6 P.M. | ST. IGNATIUS ROOM | UNIVERSITY CHURCH PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OVER DINNER
Joy at Pope-2acabana
World Youth Day, Rio de Janeiro
World Youth Day pilgrims discuss their experiences this past summer.

Ignatian Week at Westchester
Wednesday, November 13
NOON | MASS | BLESSED MIGUEL PRO, S.J., CHAPEL DISCUSSION OVER LUNCH | ROOM 122 AFTER MASS
Remembering the El Salvador Martyrs
Celebrant: Philip A. Florio, S.J., assistant vice president for Campus Ministry
RSVP: jcavanagh@fordham.edu

Thursday, November 14
12:30 P.M. | ROOM 135
Ignatian Spirituality and Social Work
Joan Cavanagh, director of Campus Ministry, Westchester

Tuesday, November 19
12:30 P.M. | ROOM 135
Ignatian Spirituality and Social Work
Joan Cavanagh, director of Campus Ministry, Westchester

Wednesday, November 20
2 P.M. | BLESSED MIGUEL PRO, S.J., CHAPEL
Learn to Pray the Examen
A half-hour guided meditation and introduction to Ignatian spirituality

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