Week 19 Announcements – Mar 10th – Mar 17th

Newman Ball!

March 21 @7pm

The theme is YULE BALL, and you know that we can’t spell Yule without Y(O)U! Join us for a magical night of ballroom dancing, yuletide décor, incredible live music, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and of course, Harry-Potter themed everything! Too excited? Can’t wait? Want $5 off of your ticket? No problem! Sign up for a volunteering position at this link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bH2lRGXrACJnn5zyHS4Ev4Kv_kM7RRflr6CvjkEolJs/edit?usp=sharing. Buy your tickets from any member of the executive any day before the 21st or at the door on the night of. Hope to see you there! Mischief managed.


YOUCAT on Tap

No YOUCAT this Friday 🙁


Christian Community

The Newman Centre is now recruiting residents for 2015-16. Applicants may be male or female students, including senior undergraduates, postgraduates, and students in the professional faculties (Law, Medicine, Education, etc.). Newman House is ideal for students who seek to pursue their studies in the context of a Catholic community. Amenities include private bedrooms, common rooms, onsite laundry facilities, chapel, and recently-renovated kitchens. For more information and applicantion forms, please visit www.newmancentre.org or call 514 398-4106.


The New Evangelization and University Life – Michael Dopp

Thursday March 26 @ The Catholic Centre (2005 St Marc street, near Guy-Concordia metro St Marc exit)

10:15am to 11:45am (followed by Mass at 12:05)
Michael Dopp, from Mission of the Redeemer ministries based in Ottawa, will be coming to Montreal to give a talk about the New Evangelization within the context of university life. Michael is fast becoming one of Canada’s leading Catholic speakers on the topic of the New Evangelization. All are welcome!


CLM Mission 2015: COSTA RICA & EL SALVADOR

July 6 to July 19The Christian Life Movement (CLM) Mission trip is an opportunity for university aged young adults to deepen their faith through an experience of community and a participation in a social justice construction project in a developing country. This years CLM Canada Mission trip will be taking students to the slums of San Jose, Costa Rica, in Central America for two weeks in July. In addition, to the construction project, the mission trip will also include home visits for prayer and house blessings in the local community, and opportunities to do catechists with school children. CLM mission trips also include spiritual and intellectual formation. Participants will have ample opportunity for worship and prayer together including daily Holy Mass, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Rosary, Evening Prayer, and large & small group discussion. We will also have opportunities for classes on topics such as: Human Anthropology; Evangelization; the Social Teachings of the Church; Vocation; and a theology of Reconciliation. Last but not least, CLM mission trips include cultural exploration. Participants will be immersed in Costa Rican culture, exploring it’s many unique qualities through cultural outings. We will also embark on a two day trip to El Salvador to explore the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero. For more info, or to register please visit: http://clmcanada.org/mission-2015/. and email our campus minister at terrel.joseph@newmancentre.org.

 

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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