This Week at Newman – January 18, 2016

Interested in Music? 

The 9:30 am, 11:15 am, and 5 pm Masses are looking for new musicians.
If you are interested in serving as a musician, please contact the following music leaders.

Daniela Rolph 11:15 am
Christian Nguyen 9:30 am, 5 pm


Interested in Intramurals? 

 

Interested in playing a sport? Check out becoming part of a Newman Intramural team! There a total of nine intramural sports currently open for registration, and several students have already expressed interest in forming teams for this semester. Take a look at the “UACatholic: Students” Facebook page or contact Paul Mather for more info.


Interested in becoming confirmed  in the Catholic Church?

     The Confirmation program at Newman meets every Monday evening for 8 weeks beginning February 1st from 7-9:00 pm. The last day to submit an application is January 25th. A waiting list will also be kept for those interested in waiting until the Fall 2016 semester when classes will meet on Tuesdays.  To fill out an application for Confirmation, please visit this linkFor questions, please contact Manny Guzman at (520) 241-6611 or by email


Welcome Back
Sustaining Board Dinner

Sunday, January 31,
following the 5 pm Sunday Mass,
Green Hall.
All students are welcome.


Word Encounter Sign-Ups

Word Encounter is small faith-sharing groups that meet weekly for about an hour to meditate on Scripture through Lectio Divina. To sing up for Word Encounter for the Spring 2016 semester, Click Here.


Spring Retreat: Man and Woman He Created Them

The topic of the first 2016 spring retreat is: Man and Women He Created Them; to register for the retreat, Click Here.


Intimacy of Faith

Beginning now through May 2016, the Arizona State Museum will have an exhibit called, Intimacy of Faith. Featuring retablos and ex-votos from the private collection of Gloria Fraser Giffords and the Giffords family, this exhibit explores the material expressions of petition and gratitude within the Mexican folk religious tradition. Click here for more information. 

 


Adoration

Morality

Papers from Rome

Philosophy or Life

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