Are you interested in the immigration crisis? Causes for children? Come watch the moving documentary Posada which tells the stories of unaccompanied immigrant children from Mexico. Learn about their journeys, and the traditional Mexican Advent processions “Las Posadas”. Join us on Wednesday, December 7th at 6 pm in the Ignatius Room to watch and discuss.
Advent is the perfect time to reflect on our journeys: in faith, in love, and in life. By reflecting on the journeys of immigrants and refugees, we open our hearts to the spirit of the season.
A 55 minute documentary telling the stories of unaccompanied immigrant children and the traditional Mexican Advent procession, “Las Posadas” on Wednesday, December 7 at 6:00 PM in the Ignatius Room. We will hold a discussion immediately following the film.
Learn about Faith in Reason with FCRH Dean Maura Mast!
The last time you sat down one on one with your dean was probably during class registration. At Kerygma Koffee on Tuesday, November 29th join Dean Maura Mast to discuss Faith in Reason. Dean Mast is a mathematician by education, and serves as the Dean of Fordham College at Rose Hill. There will be no shortage of good discussion, good times, and – of course – good coffee! Hope to see you there!
Through Friday, November 18th
Many of our neighbors go hungry during the holiday season. Help us provide food for their tables so all may be nourished with grateful hearts.
All nonperishable, canned, and baby foods accepted (e.g., tuna, peanut butter, rice, soup, oil, cereal). Monetary donations are also accepted. Checks can be made payable to Camus Ministry and mailed to or dropped off at the Campus Ministry offices listed below:
Rose Hill: McGinley lobby and McGinley 102
Lincoln Center: Lowenstein Plaza under the Mission and Ministry board and at 140 W. 62nd St., Room 140
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL!
An annual tradition! Join the University Choir, Women’s Choir, and the Bronx Arts Ensemble for an afternoon of joyous music and reflection. General admission, no tickets required. Be sure to arrive early as seats always fill up quickly! Don’t miss one of the most popular events of the season!
- Dec. 3rd – Church of St. Paul the Apostle (LC) – 8:00 p.m.
- Dec. 4th – University Church (RH) – 2:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Please join us this week as we remember the Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador and pray for lasting peace and justice in our world. These martyrs were killed in the Salvadoran Civil war because they were outspoken advocates for peace, justice, and equality.
Join us for a brief prayer service on Wednesday, 11/16, at 12:00 PM on McGinley Lawn.
Stop by our display on the McGinley Walkway all week!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org! We look forward to meeting you!
8:00 p.m. | Ignaitus Room, Lower Level of the University Church
Thinking about volunteering after graduation? Learn more about the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and opportunities to volunteer across the US and throughout the world.
For more information contact Campus Ministry (email@example.com)
November 7th – 7:00pm-7:00am – Lincoln Center Outdoor Plaza
Fordham University’s SleepOUT 4 Change is a campus wide event to raise awareness on homelessness in our community. The SleepOUT is not about pretending to be homeless but instead encourages the Fordham Community to stand and SLEEP in solidarity with those in our community who are experiencing homelessness. It is our hope that SleepOUT 4 Change will raise CONSCIOUSNESS around the inhumanity of homelessness and spur our community to take ACTION!
*Fordham Students Only*
For more information contact: Brett Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Frank McAlpin (email@example.com)
Halloween event! Monday October 31st at 4:30pm at Cemetery adjacent to Faber Hall.
Have you ever wondered about the true story of Fordham’s cemetery? Or why we dress up for Halloween? Join Fr. Koterski for an interactive Halloween event. Costumes and ghost stories to share are welcome and encouraged!
For more information contact Vanessa Rotondo (firstname.lastname@example.org)