A Newman Apostolate, a Catholic organization that assists students, faculty, and staff to integrate their interior and intellectual lives with their religious faith and values.
Holy Mass is celebrated locally at St. Eleanor’s Parish at he corner of 6th and Locust each Sunday during the semester.
Each Sunday, we walk together to St. Eleanor’s Parish for mass. An email will be sent on Friday or Saturday inviting people to the 10:30 am mass.
What we coordinate:
- Weekly walks to Mass and Confession
- Pastoral Counseling
- Weekly Bible studies and lunches
- Travel arrangements to local events
April 2nd, 2019
Apr 2 , 2019 7:00pmEboo Patel Out of Many Faiths: Religious Diversity and the American PromiseLenfest Theater, Kaleidoscope Performing Arts CenterDavis Visiting Professorship of Judeo-Christian Values Lecture
April 4th, 2019
Apr 4 , 2019 6:30pmJewish Comedy, A Serious History: An Evening with Jeremy DauberMusser AuditoriumJeremy Dauber shows that Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Silverman are just the latest members of an ancient tradition of Jewish humor that stretches all the way back to the Bible. The professor will trace the origins of Jewish comedy from biblical times to the Twitter age, including the ways comedy was mirrored and shaped throughout history.