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Center on Religion and Culture

Fordham University’s Center on Religion and Culture (CRC) is looking forward to the return of in-person events for Fall 2021 that will be possible thanks to rigorous safety protocols. At the same time, we plan to continue with online webinars throughout the year.

Stay tuned for details on the CRC’s 2021-2022 schedule of programs and follow us on social media (Facebook, Twitter) for updates. You can also sign up for news and event invitations at

In the meantime, you can check out our YouTube channel for curated videos of all our events from the past year.

Thank you for your support for Fordham and the CRC and remember to follow best practices to stay healthy, for yourselves and for others.

David Gibson
Director, Fordham Center on Religion and Culture

About the CRC

CRC Speaker at the Podium for the Pope Reform Event

At a time when religion’s role in American life is both praised and contested, Fordham’s Center on Religion and Culture (CRC) explores the complex relationship between faith and contemporary life.

Through public events and conversations with experts and artists, scholars and faith leaders, the CRC seeks to engage and elevate the public dialogue about religion and culture, the mind and the soul, inclusion and identity, politics, and the arts.

Check out our Events Page for more information about past and future programming.