Week 7 Announcements – Oct 29th – Nov 4th

Religion, Secularity, Toleration: Justin Trudeau and the Doctrine of Double Truth

Wednesday, October 29th @ 5:30 pm – Birks Building

Prof. Douglas Farrow, who hosts our Theology Thursdays, will be giving a special public lecture entitled Religion, Secularity, Toleration: Justin Trudeau and the Doctrine of Double Truth this Wednesday, October 29th at 5:30 pm in the Birks Building. The lecture is open to the public and students from the Newman Community are warmly welcomed to attend.


Night Fever

Come out and participate in an awesome evening of Adoration and prayer to celebrate the feast of All Souls. We will have candles, prayer intentions, priests of confession, music, refreshments (cookies, hot chocolate, tea and coffee) and of course the Blessed Sacrament. Take this opportunity to mark the feast and spend some time with Jesus.


Fall Coffeehouse

Saturday, November 8

We are STILL looking for acts for this year’s Fall Coffeehouse! We’d love to watch your musical numbers, skits, poetry, magic, and more. If you would like to perform or have any questions or concerns, please contact Angie Empleo via email (angelique.empleo@mail.mcgill.ca) or Facebook (Angie Em). Share with us the wonderful talents that God gave you!”


Year of Consecrated Life Kick-off

For the year of Consecrated Life, the Grey Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame are hosting an afternoon of testimony, discussion, prayer, music, and snacks on the 30th of November. The talks begin at 1:30 pm at 2330 Sherbrooke, the Congregation’s Motherhouse, and the afternoon ends at 4:30. You are all invited and welcome to attend!


Inter-denominational PRAYER MEETINGS!!!

The NCSS is joining our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ in hosting prayer groups throughout the week.  Find a time  and a place that works for you and don’t be shy to swing by and pray with us!

• Tuesday 9 am in 4th floor SSMU clubs lounge with Esther (MCF)
• Early bird Wednesday 8 am at Christy, Lucy and Grace’s place {620 prince Arthur Apt. 4} (MCF)
• Friday 10 am at the Newman centre (3484 Peel) with Katie and Julian (NCSS)

~ If you have any further questions regarding prayer mornings, email Christy Frost (christyjfrost@gmail.com)


SNS

Come and savour authentic and delicious cuisine francaise with us for SNS this weekend! Dinner is at 6pm and costs 5$.


Threads of Hope

The NCSS is running a fundraiser for our partner parishes El Divino Rostro and St. Padre Pio in the Phillipines. We are doing that with an initiative with Threads of Hope bracelets that are currently for sale at 2CAD per bracelets (the profit of 1.35CAD will go directly to our partner parishes). These bracelets will be sold on Tuesdays and Thursdays during soup and bagel, SNS or just anytime, you feel like it really, just make sure to contact our VP Social Justice – Jody Wong at 514-232-3425 or catch her running around the Newman Centre.


Talk on Pastoral Home Care

There will be a talk on Pastoral Home Care, what it’s all about (in basic terms; ministering for the sick and elderly-but we’ll keep you in suspense and have you show up for more information), and about the training sessions that we are about to have in Pastoral Home Care come January. The talk will be given by the Cathie Macaulay, who is the coordinator of Pastoral Home Care with the Archdiocese of Montreal (who will also be in charge of the training program later on). We really hope you will be able to make it, despite the rush of midterms (or life in general).
WHEN? Thursday (Nov 6th, 2014)
WHERE? Newman Centre

Newman Catholic Students' Society Executive

For more information about the Newman Catholic Students' Society executive, please consult the Executive Committee page under the About menu on this website.

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