Campus Ministry Marks 20th Anniversary of 9/11 with Mass and Interfaith Service

As the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks arrived, members of the Fordham community marked the occasion by commemorating those who died and by recalling stories from that day—and the lessons they continue to impart.

Twenty years later, “we continue to weep for those families whose lives were changed forever in an instant,” said Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham, during a Mass of Remembrance held Saturday, Sept. 11, in the University Church. “We protest not only the loss of what was but also the loss of what might have been in the lives of the victims.”

Read the full article by Chris Gosier and Taylor Ha Fordham Marks 20th Anniversary of 9/11 with Services, Stories and Reflection

Ignatian Day of Service

Saturday, September 18th from 11 AM to 3 PM

Join us in service and solidarity with Bronx is Blooming.

Registration is required. Sign up here!

Meet on the University Church Plaza.

This event is sponsored by Campus Ministry, Center for Community Engaged Learning, Manresa Scholars, and Commuter Student Services.

Holy Week 2021

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord | March 28

Blessed Rupert Mayer, S.J. | Lincoln Center Campus

Palm Sunday Mass – 5 PM

Fordham University Church | Rose Hill Campus

Palm Sunday Mass – 11 AM, 5 PM, 8 PM

Sacred Triduum Liturgies

Fordham University Church – Rose Hill Campus

Holy Thursday | April 1

Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7 PM

Good Friday | April 2

Commemoration of the Passion of the Lord – 3 PM

Tenebrae Service – 8 PM

Holy Saturday | April 3

Easter Vigil Mass – 8 PM

Easter Sunday | April 4

Fordham University Church – Rose Hill Campus

Easter Sunday Mass – 11 AM, 2 PM

Blessed Rupert Mayer, SJ. – Lincoln Center Campus

Easter Sunday Mass – 5 PM

Winter Schedule and Updates

Campus Ministry offices at all campuses are being monitored remotely.
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For the most up to date information about Campus Ministry offices, Mass schedules, and programming please visit the link here.

Juneteenth Resources and Prayer

In celebration of Juneteenth, June 19th, 2020 

Prayer for Racial Justice, Solidarity, and Healing
Featuring reflections, song, and dance from Fordham staff, faculty, students, and community partners.

Join together as one community to bear witness against the injustice of systemic racism and pray for courage, hope, and healing to build a more just world. 

Come, Holy Spirit!

Fill the hearts of your faithful.

Enkindle within us the fire of your love.

Come, Holy Spirit!

Breathe into us a fiery passion for justice.

Especially for those who have the breath of life crushed from them.


NCR, Fr. Bryan N. Massingale Theology Professor Fordham University The assumptions of White Privilege and what we can do about it

Commonweal, Burke Nixon Necessary Work James Baldwin’s “The Fire Next Time & White Self Scrutiny

Resources from the Chief Diversity Officer, Rafael Zapata:

Black Lives Matter Resource Guide 

Resources from the Office of Multicultural Affairs:

What is Juneteenth?

The Adverse Impact of Racial Microaggressions on College Students’ Self-Esteem

Mental Health Resources for Students of Color

Resources from the Ignatian Solidarity Network:

Racial Justice Resources

Midnight Run Volunteers and Donations

Help to prepare and distribute meals, clothing, and toiletries to people experiencing homelessness in Manhattan for February 11th.

Meal prep: Locations TBA

Rose Hill: 6:00-7:00pm

Lincoln Center: 6:00-7:00pm

Distribution: Vans will be departing from RH and LC at 8:15 and distribution returning at midnight.

If you cannot volunteer but would still like to donate, please use our Amazon Wishlists here:

Rose Hill:

Lincoln Center:

To volunteer sign up here:

New Student Welcome Mass

New Student Welcome Mass

Rose Hill
Sunday, August 25
5:15 p.m. | University Church

Joseph M. McShane, S.J.
President of Fordham University
Celebrant and Homilist

Lincoln Center
Sunday, August 25
3:00 p.m. | St. Paul the Apostle, Columbus Avenue at 60th Street

George Quickley, S.J.
Celebrant and Homilist