Commuter and Residential Ministry
Heighten your commuter and residential experience!
Campus Ministry supports your commuter and residential experience through Presence, Partnership, and Liturgy in order to help you navigate the joys and challenges of college life; provide programs and opportunities for you to learn, serve, grow, and build community with one another; and offer opportunities for communal worship and prayer.
Our Residential Ministry programs connect live-in campus ministers, chaplains, and student volunteer leaders with residential students to support you and connect you with one another.
Campus Ministers work closely with Residential Life professional and student staff and leadership to provide programs that help enhance your Fordham experience and create communities of responsibility open to spiritual growth and social action.
Many of the residence halls have Catholic Mass offered weekly, biweekly, or monthly. The schedule will vary so check with your Priest-in-Residence. We also welcome the opportunity to offer prayer services and interfaith worship. Contact your resident minister or liaison to discuss these opportunities further.
Campus Ministers and Chaplains live in residence halls to support students, partner with the residential life staff, foster spiritual growth, provide counsel and conversation, and build community. We also have Campus Ministers who serve as liaisons to communities who do not have a live-in minister. Meet our Resident Ministers, Chaplains, Campus Ministry liaisons, and our past programs through the drop-down tabs below.
Fr. Vin DeCola, S.J., [email protected]
Fr. Mark Burke, S.J., [email protected]
Erin Hoffman, [email protected]
Fr. Daniel Mutale, S.J., [email protected]
Fr. Damian O’Connell, S.J., [email protected]
Fr. Lito Salazar, S.J., [email protected]
Martyrs' Court LaLande/Goupil:
Martyrs' Court Jogues:
Katie Anderson Kuo, [email protected]
Fr. Jack Cunningham, S.J.
Stephanie Roddy, [email protected]
Fr. Patrick Ryan, S.J., [email protected]
If your building does not have a resident minister or chaplain, they do have a Campus Ministry liaison you can contact for support, programming, community building, or other partnership:
- Alumni Court South -- Stephanie Roddy, [email protected]
- Belmont Community Housing --
- Faber -- Fr. Lito Salazar, S.J., [email protected]
- Finlay -- Robert Minotti, [email protected]
- Loschert -- Carol Gibney, [email protected]
- O'Hare -- John Gownley, [email protected] & Stephanie Roddy, [email protected]
- Salice-Conley -- Katie Anderson Kuo, [email protected]
- Walsh -- Joan Cavanagh, [email protected]
Here is a sampling of some of the programs CM and Res Life have put together:
- Ignatian Yoga
- Daily Examen of Consciousness
- Ecological Examen @ NY Botanical Gardens & NY Central Park
- The 'Talk': Body, Sexuality & Holiness
- Growing in Faith, Walking on Water
- Dreams & Spirituality
- Discernment: Making Adult Decisions
- Volunteer Service Projects
- St. Ignatius’s Birthday Party
- Conversation series on social justice topics (i.e MeToo movement, etc.)
- Guided Meditations
- Wellness and Self Care Programs
- ...and many more!
If you have an idea you’d like to partner with Campus Ministry to bring to life in the residence halls, please contact your building liaison. Commuter students can contact Gil Severiano, [email protected].
Many of the residence halls have Catholic Mass offered weekly, biweekly, or monthly. The schedule will vary so check with your Priest-in-Residence.
Loyola Hall: Ignatius Chapel - Fr. Lito Salazar, S.J.
Martyrs’ Court: Martyrs of North America Chapel -
O'Hare Hall: St. Kateri Tekakwitha Chapel - Fr. Jack Cunningham, S.J.
Walsh Hall: Apartment W-201- Fr. Patrick Ryan, S.J.
McKeon and McMahon: Contact Erin Hoffman ([email protected]) who will connect you with available priests.
Note: All other Residence Halls at Rose Hill and at Lincoln Center may request occasional or regular liturgies. Please contact Campus Ministry if you’d like to setup a Mass, Prayer Service, or Interfaith Worship. ([email protected], [email protected])