NEW YORK – Fordham will host the fourth annual Ignatian Heritage Week to promote the University’s Jesuit and Catholic identity and celebrate its distinct tradition of education, from Nov. 16 through 22, on the Rose Hill campus in the Bronx.
Initiated in 2000, Ignatian Heritage Week consists of a series of programs, discussions and activities intended to help Fordham students examine the life and work of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus. In addition to this month’s celebration, the Lincoln Center campus will sponsor a week’s worth of Ig-natian-themed events during the spring semester, January 25 through 31.
Throughout the week, there will be discussions on topics such as “Jesuits and Art in Asia” and “The Transforming Value of Service.” In addition, an open-mic night, a Jesuits vs. students kickball game and other activities will help Ford-ham students become better acquainted with members of the University’s Jesuit community.
ROSE HILL CAMPUS
441 E. FORDHAM ROAD
Schedule of Events:
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Reflecting on Our Jesuit Heritage “
Keating 1st 9pm
Ice Cream Social Immediately Following
“Breakfast with President McShane “
President’s Office 8-9:30am“Standing for the Unborn”
Presentation by John Conley, S.J. & Lorraine Gariboldi, Post-Abortion Counselor
Flom Auditorium 1-2:30
“Philosophy of Jesuit Education”
Lecture by Kevin Burke, S.J.
Respondent Dr. Mary Beth Combs
Flom Auditorium 7:30 – 9:00pm
Reflections with Henry Bertels, S.J.
Walsh Library, O’Hare Special Collections Room 12-2pm
Bill O’Malley, S.J. speaks on Human Sexuality
McGinley 234 7:30-9:00pm“Candlelight Meditation”
Church Basement 10:05pm
Apostleship of Prayer and Christian Life Communities
Dan Fitzpatrick, S.J. & Jim Kubicki, S.J.
Faculty Lounge 2:30 – 4:30“Open Mic Night” at Spellman Hall
with three generations of Jesuits
Spellman Hall 8 – 9:30
Murray Weigel Hall 1-2:30Joe Koterski, S.J. presents “Living the Examen”
Bishops Lounge 7-8:30
Coffee House: An Evening of Music and Conversation
Ciszek Hall 8-10pm (2502 Belmont Ave.)
with Kathleen Haser, Director of JVC: East
Followed by Post Grad Volunteer Fair,
Faculty Lounge 2-4:30“Praise and Worship “
University Church Basement 4:00-5:00
Saturday, Nov. 22nd:
Kickball! Students vs. Jesuits
11-1pm“Creating a Culture of Peace”
Dan Berrigan, S.J.,
O’Keefe Commons 7-9pm
Interfaith Candlelight Vigil immediately following in Finlay Gardens
Fantastic Food Served At All Events of Ignatian Week