- Mass Times for the Holy Day of Obligation (Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary): Vigil Mass: Tuesday, 8/14 at 5:15PM; Feast Day Masses on Wednesday, 8/15 at 12:10PM and 5:15PM
- Our Welcome BBQ is on Sunday, August 19th after the 5PM Mass – see the latest bulletin for a full schedule of our Newman Welcome Week activities
- Summer Office Schedule: Tuesday through Friday 9AM-4PM and Sundays from 8:30AM-12:30PM. There will be no Daily Masses on Mondays in August.
- PREACHBACK: To respond to Fr. Emmanuel’s invitation during the homily, visit this link: http://surveygizmo.com/s3/4376228/PreachBack
- Incoming Freshmen and New Students – look for the Newman Center table at orientation to register (or do it online) and learn how you can get involved in our community of faith.
- Mass and Reconciliation Times
- Calendar of Events
- Bulletins – updated weekly
- Location and Parking
- Donate Online – set up one-time or recurring donations
The St. Thomas More Catholic Newman Center was founded in 1926 to serve the University of Arizona Catholic community. It is both a parish in the Diocese of Tucson and a University of Arizona student club. We are located at the corner of 2nd Street and Cherry, conveniently located on the UA campus. We have a chapel that is open to the public, several meeting spaces and hangout spots with free wifi. Stop in and say hello!
What is a Newman Center?
A Newman Center is a Catholic campus ministry at a public university, which seeks to allow Catholic students to attend a public university with an environment and community that supports their Catholic faith and encourages them to grow deeper in faith and relationship with God. Newman Centers began in 1883 when a group of students at the University of Wisconsin decided to meet regularly to discuss their faith after encountering professors who criticized the Catholic Church. These types of clubs spread to other public universities, but didn’t have the Newman name until a student club in 1893 at the University of Pennsylvania decided to name their’s after Blessed John Henry Newman, who was an English Cardinal and scholar in the 1800s. To find out more about Blessed John Henry Newman, go to Saints.SQPN.com.
Who is St. Thomas More?
St. Thomas More was an English lawyer and statesman (Lord Chancellor) until he was martyred in 1535. Find out more at Saints.SQPN.com.