Faith and Religious Traditions
We encourage students to practice their faith and learn about others by partnering with the Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Orthodox Christian Student Clubs, Catholic Life, and providing resources of Sacred Spaces on and off campus, and interfaith programming.
We encourage students and our community to participate fully in the life and mission of the Catholic church through Student Liturgical Ministries, Ministry of Music, Sacramental Life, Catholic Mass, exploring Religious Life.
Spiritual and Pastoral Ministries
Explore what you believe, stretch your mind and body, and ease your soul with Spiritual Direction, Pastoral Counseling, Ignatian Spirituality and Yoga, and Bereavement support.
Connect with other people seeking meaningful relationships and flourishing friendships of meaning and value through a variety of opportunities including Praise and Worship, Peer Ministry, Residential and Commuter Ministry, LGBTQ Ministry, and Graduate Student Ministry.
Justice and Service
Experience and learn to nurture compassion, healing and justice in the Ignatian tradition through service, advocacy, and justice education. Commit to the challenge of Solidarity and Activism with the Pedro Arrupe Volunteers, Common Grounds Conversations, the Ignatian Family Teach in for Justice and more.
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Please note: As of May 15, Fordham will not require members of the University community or visitors to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Common Grounds Conversation: Latine Heritage Month
Join PAV for the first Common Grounds Conversations of the semester! Fr. Johnathan Castelblanco, SJ will lead us in a conversation on faith and culture in Colombia, South America, in an event celebrating Latine Heritage Month with food, dancing, and music! All are welcome to join. Sponsored by Campus Ministry & OMA & Candela Latina
Kayak & Prayer event success!
This month Campus Ministry held a Kayak and Prayer event on September 2nd, many students joined the event and kayaked along the Hudson River. On Fordham News, spectacular photos taken by Jennifer Perez, showcased students gathering and enjoying their moment in the Hudson River. Fordham News highlight showed some of the great photos, but here
September 11th Interfaith Prayer and Remembrance 2023
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th | 5:30 P.M. Meet on the McShane Campus Center lawn and process to the Finlay Peace Garden Memorial. Rain Location: McShane Campus Center | First Floor Gallery Everyone is invited to attend.
Interfaith Prayer and Picnic with the President
September 14th, 2023 Lincoln Center Outdoor Plaza 12:00 PM Come Celebrate Fordham’s diversity with an Interfaith Prayer and Picnic with our President Tania Tetlow. Pull up a blanket and meet new people!
New Student Welcome Masses
August 27th, 2023 Lincoln Center The Welcome Mass of the Holy Spirit Church of St. Paul the Apostle 3:00 PM Rose Hill The Welcome Mass University Church Plaza 5:00 PM Both Students and their families are invited to come to celebrate the beginning of their academic careers at The New Student Welcome Mass!
Mass of the Holy Spirt
Be part of a global Jesuit tradition as we call on the Holy Spirt to ignite our new academic year with the fire of God’s blessings! Mass of the Holy Spirit September 10th, 2023 Rose Hill University Church Plaza 5:00 PM Followed by a community BBQ on the Church lawn Westchester Mass of the Holy Spirit
Thank You For Supporting Our World Youth Day Delegation !
We would like to Thank Fordham College Rose Hill Dean’s Office, Fordham College Lincoln Center Dean’s Office. Gabelli School of Business Dean’s Office (RH & LC), Spellman Jesuit Community, The Center on Religion and Culture, Ignatian Mission Initiatives & Paul Brusco GABELLI ’86
Giving Day: Support Our World Youth Day Delegation!
This year, 22 Fordham Students will travel to Lisbon, Portugal to participate in MAGIS, an immersion and service program organized by the Society of Jesus, and World Youth Day, a gathering over over one million young Catholics from around the world. At World Youth Day, delegation members will participate in conferences and listening sessions as
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Campus Ministry is a vibrant, student led, multifaith community. Together with you, we are committed to building a community where you belong, where you are known, and where you feel connected to others. How? By walking with you in the adventure of wisdom and learning, by sharing the spiritual riches of faith traditions in the
Celebrate The Baccalaureate Mass Friday, May 19th
Join us to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2023 at the Baccalaureate Mass on Friday, May 19th! Lincoln Center Church of St. Paul the Apostle 5 PM Celebrant & Homilist: Rev. Michael Zampelli, S.J. Rose Hill Rose Hill Gymnasium 5:30 PM Prelude | 6 PM Mass Presider & Homilist: His Eminence Michael Cardinal