Presented by the Xavier Company Monday, March 27 7:30 pm Rose Hill Campus (Bronx) University Church – Our Lady’s Chapel (Lower Level)
Contemplate anew the Passion of Christ in music, dance, and drama – performed by the Xavier Company, an ecumenical group of professional actors, singers and dancers whose talents glorify God and proclaim the Gospel message.
Strong Spirits: Building Resilience with Faith
March 28 6 p.m. Rose Hill Campus (Bronx) McShane Student Center, Room 311
How can your faith be a resource for grief, forgiveness, and envy? Join us for a conversation with campus experts and a nourishing meal.
Join faith leaders from across New York for a timely conversation about the faith response to the migration crisis. At the panel’s conclusion, participants may join in the Ramadan tradition of the Breaking of the Fast, with a reception to follow. RSVP encouraged. This event is facilitated by Prof. Kathryn Kueny (Theology) and her community engaged learning (CEL) class Sacred Texts.
Welcoming the Stranger: Hospitality and Faith Responses to the Migration Crisis
Wednesday, March 29th 6-8 pm, Doors Open at 5:30 PM
Day of Service Saturday, April 1st 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Meet in Ignatius Loyola Room, University Church, Rose Hill Campus
Join us for an interfaith day of service as we care for our common home. We will meet at Rose Hill for breakfast before heading outside to work with Bronx is Blooming to prepare Mosholu Park for spring and reflect through our diverse faith traditions on the gifts of the earth. Registration required.
Interfaith Prayer & Fair: Celebrating Our Common Home
Thursday, April 13th at 12:00 p.m., Outdoor Plaza, Lincoln Center Campus
Thursday, April 20th at 1:00 p.m., Hughes Terrace, Rose Hill Campus
Celebrate the beauty and diversity of our planet through multi-faith prayer, reflection, and song followed by a fair featuring engaging activities led by Fordham’s faith-based organizations.
Faith-Based Student Clubs and campus organizations are hosting a variety of events to build community and celebrate their faith throughout the month.
Faith Fest 2023 is sponsored by the Division of Mission Integration and Ministry of Fordham University, which includes the Center for Community Engaged Learning, Fordham Campus Ministry, and the Center on Religion and Culture. This series of events and programming is supported by the Fordham University Department of Theology and the Deans’ Offices at Fordham College at Lincoln Center and Fordham College at Rose Hill.
News of the earthquake that devastated parts of Turkey and Syria has shocked and dismayed all of us.
As a community of faith in action, Fordham has responded with great generosity to past crises around the world. I ask now that we all give what we can, and of course, please keep those afflicted by this tragedy in your prayers and in your hearts.
With gratitude for your generosity, please consider donating to any of the following charities that will help support relief efforts
Campus Ministry collected $1,300.00 from the Sunday Alms collection on February 12, and has donated it to Catholic Relief Services who will distribute the money to Caritas Syria and Caritas Turkey. They are already working in the affected areas and are offering assistance to those affected.
The following organizations have been recommended by staff and faculty from the Fordham Community.
Everyone is invited to hear from three dynamic speakers who are working with migrants and asylum seekers at the US/Mexican Border and in NYC. Joanna Williams, the Director of the Kino Border Initiative will be joined by local NYC activists, Adama Bah and Power Malu.
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