5:30 p.m. Saturday Vigil – Keating Blue Chapel
11 a.m. – University Church
5 p.m. – Our Lady’s Chapel (Lower Level of the University Church)
8 p.m. – University Church
8:30 a.m. Monday – Friday in Blue Chapel, Keating Hall
12:05 p.m. Monday – Friday in Sacred Heart Chapel, Dealy Hall
5:30 p.m. Tuesday – Friday in Spellman Hall
9 p.m. Thursday – Ignatius Loyola Chapel, Loyola Hall
7 – 7:30 p.m. Sunday – University Church Reconciliation Room
12 – 12:30 p.m. Monday – Friday – University Church Reconciliation Room
September 11th Interfaith Prayer Service
September 11, 2017
Finlay Gardens, Fordham University
Please gather at McGinley for a procession to 9/11 Memorial
Sponsored by Campus Ministry
Sunday, 10 September 2017 | 5 p.m. | University Church | Rose Hill Campus
Joseph M. McShane, S.J. President of Fordham University Principal Celebrant and Homilist Barbecue to follow on the McGinley Center lawn at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, 14 September 2017 | 12 p.m. | McNally Amphitheatre | Lincoln Center Campus
Joseph M. McShane, S.J. President of Fordham University Principal Celebrant and Homilist Refreshments to follow in the Atrium
Thursday, 21 September 2017 | 12:45 p.m.| Westchester Campus Courtyard
José Luis Salazar, S.J. Executive Director of Campus Ministry Principal Celebrant and Homilist Lunch to follow
An exciting summer internship opportunity for marketing and communications majors!
Looking for a summer internship? Check out this position with the Paulist Fathers located right near our Lincoln Center campus! Check out below for more info.
We at the Paulist Fathers are proud to offer you the opportunity to join our team as an intern for the summer or fall semester! The internship offers valuable exposure to the nonprofit sector as well as the fundraising and mission advancement environments. It is a great opportunity to gain experience in social media and marketing, build your resume and expand your professional network.
All applicants currently enrolled in good standing at accredited four-year colleges/universities are welcomed!
If you are interested in a career in marketing, communications, church media and/or the mission advancement fields we strongly encourage you to apply. You must be energetic, a team player, results-oriented and dedicated to the achievement of team goals.
Your role as an intern will be to support the staff in various aspects of communication, outreach and fundraising.
Required Skills and Competencies
- Must be at least 18 years old and have completed at least one academic year of study at the college level
- Social media fluent
- Data entry experience and knowledge of email and Microsoft Office
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Comfortable working independently and with a team
- NYC resident (because housing is not provided with this internship)
- Knowledge and prior use of Twitter is a plus
- Self-starter who enjoys learning and takes initiative to solve problems
- Familiar with online project management tools like Trello (can be minimal)
- Knowledge of the Catholic faith is helpful, but not required
Support the manager and office with social media and marketing outreach strategies. Tasks will vary, but include:
- Help develop editorial calendar for social media channels (we have fourteen!) and contribute creative and trending topic ideas
- Manage email database of donors and subscribers
- Light administrative and data entry duties
- Small stipend and/or academic credit
Part of the Solution (POTS), currently has a need for an volunteer/intern who can help them screen clients in the waiting room to make sure they have the necessary documents. This role would be an enormous help not just for their team, but for their clients themselves–some clients will wait three hours to see a case manager, only to find out they are missing documents and to be sent away to do it all over again.
A student in this role would have the chance to gain valuable experience doing social service work at a nonprofit, to learn the ins and outs of SNAP (food stamp program), to do direct service with clients, and to give back to the local community in a lower-time-commitment context than other internships.
The case management hours are 9 am-3 pm, Monday–Wednesday and Friday–Saturday. The morning (between 9 am-12 pm) is when they are in most need of a screening intern. POTS is location on Webster Ave, just outside the Rose Hill campus.
Anyone interested has questions can email Catherine Larrabee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Happening at both Rose Hill and Lincoln Center.
As refugees and migrants around the world continue to navigate the uncertain landscape of the United States travel ban, we will be offering up our prayers for them at Daily and Sunday Masses between February 6th and 12th. Please join us at both the Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses to pray and reflect.
In response to the presidential administration’s travel ban on refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries, Fr. McShane sent a letter to the Fordham community in support of refugees, immigrants, and undocumented students. We at Fordham Campus Ministry stand in solidarity with this message of tolerance, especially during the sacred season of Lent. The full text of Fr. McShane’s letter is copied below and available at Fordham News. Please feel free to reach out to anyone here in Campus Ministry during this tumultuous time.
Dear Members of the Fordham Family,
As I’m sure you are aware, President Trump’s executive order on refugees and immigration has shocked and unsettled many Americans. Last night a federal judge issued a temporary stay suspending implementation of the order, but to say that the landscape is unsettled for those seeking refuge in the United States would be a vast understatement.
We have identified at least seven students who may be affected by the current order, and we have reached out to them to offer support and advice. While we struggle to understand the shifting legal landscape, we have created an information page that may be of some help: Resources for Undocumented Students (DACA)
Though we do not know the ultimate outcome of the president’s order (nor subsequent orders and legislation), please be assured that Fordham University stands with the tens of thousands of refugees and would-be immigrants affected by these laws. We have a long history as a University of and for immigrants, in a city and a nation built by immigrants.
I know the Fordham Community joins me in keeping the refugees and immigrants of all nations in our thoughts and prayers today.
Joseph M. McShane, S.J.
Read more from the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities here at the Ignatian Solidarity Network.
Looking for a care group or a way to find fellowship with other Christians? Look no further! Fordham Christian Fellowship meets once a week to share our lives with each other, discuss the bible and learn more about God’s importance in our lives as college students. The Fordham Christian Fellowship – or FCF – is an Ecumenical Christian ministry committed to exploring Christian faith across our many diverse denominational and cultural traditions.If you’re interested, please email email@example.com! We look forward to meeting you!