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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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IAN SCHAEFER, Staff Writer

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Father McShane and members of the Universitys football team recorded a greeting, welcoming Francis to New York.

New York and Fordham Await Papal Visit

August 28, 2015
Fifty years after the first papal visit to the United States, New York has begun preparing for the current pontiff’s visit next month.
Father McShane defined racism as not only a “political, social or economic issue, but a moral one.” (Courtesy of WFUV via flickr)

McShane Delivers Homily on Race and Racism

March 11, 2015
On Sunday, March 1, Fordham students gathered at the Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) University Church for the 11 a.m. Mass, as they do every Sunday. However, this particular Sunday’s congregation included students who usually attend other Masses, and even some who are not Catholic.
Cardinal Egan, who led the archdiocese for a little under a decade, died at 82. 
(Photo courtesy of flickr)

Edward Cardinal Egan Remembered by Fordham and New York City

March 11, 2015
In a ceremony at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the New York Catholic community said goodbye to its archbishop emeritus, Edward Cardinal Egan, on March, 10, 2015.
On Feb. 3, the Vatican labeled Romero’s death officially as “in odium fidei” (in hatred of faith) 35 years after he was murdered.
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Oscar Romero Named Martyr by Church

February 11, 2015
rchbishop Oscar Romero’s legacy remains relevant 35 years after his death not just in El Salvador, but wherever there is perceived injustice, and a step towards the official recognition of this legacy just occurred this past weekend. On Feb. 3, the Vatican declared that Romero died “in odium fidei” (in hatred of faith), meaning that he is a martyr and he will be beatified.
Student Mass Times Change for FCLC

Student Mass Times Change for FCLC

October 8, 2014
At 5:15 p.m. every Sunday evening, Catholics from all over New York convene at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle for a weekly liturgy.
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