Every year, UNHP helps file Bronx families’ income taxes for free under the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Student volunteers will communicate with tax filers over the phone and video calling to verify identity, review tax/ IRS forms, and assist with technology and tax questions. Training materials are available now and the program will run through late January through April.
Step 1: Sign up. Beginning on Ash Wednesday and continuing through all forty days of Lent, you will receive a daily email from Dynamic Catholic with a short video to help you reconnect with yourself and your God.
Step 2: Join a small group weekly discussion over lunch via Zoom to share experiences on our journey through Lent. Thursdays, 12:30 – 1 pm. MEETING ID: 784 128 2015
Sacred Space – Faculty and Staff weekly Lenten prayer reflection
Join a weekly 30 minute meeting each Friday throughout Lent at noon, where we will reflect on the readings of the day ( https://www.sacredspace.ie/)
Share the graces of prayer with others during the 40 days of Lent
Sponsored by Fordham’s Catholic Relief Service and Campus Ministry
Walk alongside Christ on the journey of his Passion and remember our brothers and sisters around the world who experience suffering and poverty each day.
A simple soup and bread takeaway will be served afterward on the outdoor church plaza.
Women Break Open the Word: Stations of the Cross
Each Lent, our Fordham family hears from women in our community as we reflect on the Scriptures together. This year, join seven Fordham women in a journey with Jesus through the Stations of the Cross. Each station will include a Scripture passage and personal reflection.
Listen at your own pace! Find a playlist with all of the reflections on our YouTube or Spotify pages.
Stations of the Cross: Overcoming Racism
Friday, March 12th at 4 PM in the Chapel or over Zoom at Lincoln Center.
Sunday, March 14th after the 5 PM Mass (around 5:45 PM) in the Chapel or over Zoom at Lincoln Center. (We will use the same Zoom link as the Sunday Mass for this Stations of the Cross)
Walk through the 14 stations in prayer and reflection, acknowledging the sin of racism that is present in our social structures and institutions. Let us reflect this Lent on how we can combat this pressing issue.
Praying in Color
Email email@example.com for a Lenten Praying in Color Calendar!
Color your square, draw an image, or write a word in each box as you pray and reflect each day.
Join Catholic Student Fellowship on Sunday, March 28 after Mass (around 5:45 PM) to reflect on this praying experience during Lent.
Social Justice Programs
Common Grounds Conversations – hosted by the Pedro Arrupe Volunteers, Center for Community Engaged Learning, Alpha Sigma Nu and Cristo Rey High School
Join via ZOOM Meeting ID: 874 1876 0885 Passcode: Justice
Disparities in Healthcare – Thursday, February 25th at 5:00 pm EST with Dr. Laura Veras Karasek (FCLC 08), Sr. Mary Catherine Redmond PBVM, PA, & Cristo Rey New York High School.
Lenten Forum on Housing Instability – Wednesday, March 3rd at 7:00 pm EST with Jumelia Abrahamson, University Neighborhood Housing Program and Dale Williams, Executive Director of The Midnight Run.
Immigration Justice and Covid 19 – Thursday, March 18th at 5:00 pm EST Learn how Covid-19 has affected and exposed conditions in the Immigrant community in the Bronx, with Jairo Guzman, President, Mexican Coalition.
Environmental Racism– Thursday, April 15th at 5:00 pm EST, join this discussion with FCLC alum, Sasha George, Esq., who will discuss her work with the EPA and social justice initiatives.
Prayerful Lenten Yoga Session – Thursday, March 18 at 1 pm. Join this 45 minute Ignatian Yoga session focusing on the Lenten experience.
Jesuit Prayer provides the daily Scripture reading, an Ignatian reflection, and a short prayer each day through their app, on their website, or by signing up for their daily email. They also offer personal responses to prayer requests; all are remembered in Masses celebrated by the Jesuits.
Growing in Friendship with God this Lent – Pray with these meditations by Fr. William Barry, SJ, for the Wednesdays of Lent, accompanied by a reflection by the IgnatianSpirituality.com dotMagis bloggers.
The Jesuit Conference has put together an Ignatian Guide to Lent — learn about Lent and about Ignatian spirituality through the lived experiences of fellow practitioners in this video series.
Enter into a visual prayer experience this Lent with Arts & Faith: Lent. Each week, IgnatianSpirituality.com provides a video commentary about a work of art inspired by the Sunday Scriptures. Use these videos to take a new look at this season of spiritual renewal through the lens of sacred art.
Steadfast: A Call to Love – During Lent, in these turbulent times, how can we persevere in our work for justice with a steadfast spirit, rooted in love? The Ignatian Solidarity Network is inviting writers from the Jesuit and broader Catholic network to reflect on this question. (This series is also available in Spanish.)
Join Jesuit Refugee Services/USA in their Lenten challenge, 400 Minutes 4 Refugees, by offering moments of your day to prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in solidarity with refugees.