During the restoration of the Fordham University Church in 1942, Hildreth Meière painted this main altarpiece. Every figure in the work pertains to a specific aspect of the university, including Fordham’s motto Sapientia et Doctrina, for which Meière presented “holy men and women from East and West who are role models for students in the pursuit of wisdom and learning.”
In the center of the piece, is Our Lady Mediatrix of All Graces, patroness of the University Church.
Click here to read more about the piece and the other figures in the painting.
To help us celebrate Jubilee weekend, this week’s Magis Minute features John Reddy, FCRH ’76, who is celebrating his 45th reunion year. John reflects on a lesson he learned from John Edgar, FCRH ’36, about the value of a Fordham education—and calls on our most recent graduates to do the same.
Join Carol Gibney and guest teachers this June for movement, breath, prayer, and community!
Mondays and Tuesdays at 5 PM EST
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7 PM EST
Zoom Meeting ID: 649 961 650
Come one day a week or every day and track your progress! Class are open to all levels and all are welcome!
Meet our Guest Teachers:
Maddie is a rising junior at Rose Hill, a yogi of 5 years, an Ignatian yogi of 2 years, and a newly certified yoga teacher! She is so excited to be sharing gentle, restorative yoga and the practices of gratitude, self-care, compassion, and inner strength through the 30 Day Ignatian Yoga Challenge! Come join!!
Kristen is a rising senior at Lincoln Center and discovered Ignatian Spirituality and Yoga in the Chapel her freshman year. Kristen has been practicing yoga for over 8 years now and is certified in Hatha Yoga, Kidding Around Yoga for children, and Yin Yoga. She is grateful for the gift of presence, peace, and community that all forms of yoga provide her and is happy to share these gifts with others.