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Announcements
Week of Apr 4 - Apr 11

Greetings, fellow Newmanites!

The following are the announcements from the Newman Centre and the Newman Catholic Students' Society for the upcoming week(s). Please don't hesitate to reply to this email for more information on the events!

— Belle

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Please note that the Mass schedule is subject to change based on restrictions/regulations established by
McGill University, and the Provincial and Federal Government.

Activities from the NCSS

2022-2023 NCSS Elections


Only McGill students part of the Newman community are allowed to vote in this election. You may vote for ONE candidate for each position or you may also abstain from voting for any position(s).

Due to privacy concerns, PLEASE DO NOT SHARE THIS FORM ON YOUR PERSONAL SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS.  By doing so, you will be violating the NCSS' constitution and you will be contacted and removed from the election promptly.

The elections period will is from April 10 ~ April 17, 11:59 PM

 

Please vote here: https://forms.gle/DNHytV74sYUn1H9H6

Multi-Lingual Rosary

Every Wednesday, 6 PM
Virtual
:
https://mcgill.zoom.us/j/89650496874

Come join the NCSS in praying the Rosary! This event is both scriptural and multi-lingual - if you have a language you prefer to pray in, you are encouraged to do so! Note that you also have the option of leading a decade of the Rosary in your preferred language 😃 Everyone is welcome! Hope to see you there ❤

Facebook event:
https://fb.me/e/1vfpyxMxf

Fish Frosh 2022

 

Fish Frosh is a frosh alternative to faculty froshes. Hosted by four of the Christian groups on campus, we aim to welcome all incoming McGill students and give them the chance to form meaningful friendships and discover Montreal! If you would like to volunteer for Fish Frosh 2022, please see the slides below and keep an eye out for their volunteer applications! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1t-0EdJ37Tj7Xk7lTw12wNRQql5RzXWNdrQNajmeWTXg/edit?fbclid=IwAR35QviPdOM0qOtEzRnCTQ5O1l6Tqo31nj2uhJNx5xhIFaqXePUQmizHu5A#slide=id.p

 

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mcgillfishfrosh/

Activities from the Newman Centre

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) Program

Are you interested in becoming Catholic? Looking to learn more about what Catholics believe? Consider participating in our year-long RCIA program! Contact Fr. Anthony at chaplain@newmancentre.org for details.

Liturgical Events for Lent and Easter

Save the dates! The Newman Centre is open and running a full schedule of liturgical activities throughout Lent & Holy Triduum. We hope to see you all there!

Open Now: Newman Lounge!

Starting Tuesday, March 8th
Newman Centre of McGill University

 
Open Now: Newman Lounge! The Newman Lounge is a new, cozy, cafe-style study space at the Newman Centre.
We will offer tea and coffee from 10am-5pm, M-F, and a soup, bagel, and coffee lunch from 12-2pm, M-F. All are welcome!

Prayer with the Bible ICON

 

Thursday, April 7, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Newman Centre of McGill University

St. Cyril Coptic Orthodox Association (ICON) of McGill University

ICON is a Christian club. We have around 20 regular attendees. Our purpose is to offer a religious group on campus and to create a community that is friendly and welcoming to everyone. We encourage people to share opinions about their faith and develop enlightening discussions. We hope that through this, people learn more about the Christian faith, if they wish to do so. Meetings take place at a weekly basis in the Newman Center. We offer various kinds of activities throughout the semester that are both spiritual and secular as well.

'Justice and Personhood: the Revolutionary Catholic Defense of Human Dignity in the 21st Century' [2021 Clause Ryan Lecture], Dr. Piotr H. Koscki

 

Friday, April 8, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Virtual event: https://mcgill.zoom.us/j/3701017103

This named lecture is open to everyone!

Speaker bio: Piotr H. Kosicki specializes in the transnational history of modern Europe -- East and West -- and its global implications. He focuses particularly on religion (especially Roman Catholicism), politics, historical memory, and the entangled history of ideas and activist networks. Trained as a historian of both Poland and France, Prof. Kosicki has also written on Belgium, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland, with strong research interests extending to Czech, Hungarian, and Russian history. Recipient of a Ph.D. in History from Princeton University, Professor Kosicki has won Fulbright, Chateaubriand, ACLS/Mellon New Faculty, and Hoover National Fellowships, as well as multiple Title VIII grants from the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and research grants from the German Historical Institute in Warsaw. He serves on the Advisory Board of H-CATHOLIC, the Board of the Polish Studies Association, and the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung's CIVITAS Project.

About the Claude Ryan Lecture on Catholic Social Thought: the lecture was instituted in 2004 as one of the major lectures of The Newman Centre of McGill University., named in honour of the late Claude Ryan (1925-2004). The lecture aims to tackle questions at the crossroads of politics and theology, an area of deep and abiding interest to Mr. Ryan. Mr. Ryan found a home for his classes at the Newman Centre, where he became actively involved in various teaching initiatives, offering courses on John Henry Newman and Catholic Social Thought.

Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/1g2OauvLW

The Newman Centre is hiring!

 
Employment Opportunity: Manger of Student Affairs, Newman Centre of McGill University
 
The Newman Centre of McGill University is the home of the Catholic intellectual, social and spiritual life at McGill University. The Manager of Student Affairs works under the direct supervision of the Director and collaborates with the Chaplain to promote the mission of the Newman Centre. The Manager of Student Affairs (1) implements effective outreach to students primarily at McGill University, (2) manages and develops the Newman Fellowship Program and (3) supports programming and planning of Newman Centre activities.
 
Duties and Responsibilities
Working under the direct supervision of the Director, the Manager of Student Affairs:
(1) Implements effective outreach to students primarily at McGill University (40%):
  • Participates with the Director in developing outreach strategies and assists the Director in maintaining a Catholic presence on campus
  • Supports the executives and the activities of the Newman Catholic Student Society (NCSS)
(2) Manages and develops the Newman Fellowship Program (40%):
  • Supports the Director in developing and implementing the Catholic Leadership Program
  • Assists the Director in interviewing, selecting, assessing, supporting, coordinating and mentoring the Newman Fellows
(3) Supports programming and planning Newman Centre activities (20%).
 
Terms of employment
This is a part-time position (25 hours/week). The salary is $ 25,000/year, with 100 hours of paid leave per annum (equivalent to 4 weeks). The contract is for a 3-year term conditioned on an initial 6-month trial period and a performance review at the end of the first year.
 
Requirements
  • Canadian citizen or permanent resident
  • Holds at least one university degree
  • Active and fully initiated Catholic, in good standing with the Church, with strong knowledge of the Catholic faith
  • At least three years of related experience, including supervisory experience and working with young adults
  • Proficiency working with CANVA, Eventbrite, Facebook and other social media networks, Word, Excel, PPT
  • Fluency in English, preferably also French, other languages are an asset.
  • A valid driver’s licence is an asset
How to Apply
Please submit a short cover letter, a concise CV and the name of three references in PDF format with the subject “Application: Manager of Student Affairs” to Dr. Pablo Irizar (director@newmancentre.org), Director of the Newman Centre of McGill University.
All applicants will be considered fairly. For full consideration, please submit your full application dossier before 1 April 2022. Complete applications will be considered until the position is filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. The start date for the position is 4 July 2022. Employees must abide by the Newman Centre’s Code of Conduct and Ethics and Regulations. A background check is required as part of the hiring process.

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Other Announcements

Mass Schedule

  • Sunday Mass: Sundays at 5:00 PM
  • Daily Mass: Monday-Friday at 4:30 PM
  • Day of adoration: Thursdays
  • Reconciliation/confession: before Mass or by appointment (Fr. Anthony: chaplain@newmancentre.org)

 

Centre Hours

The Newman Centre is open weekdays from 10:00AM-5:00PM (extended hours on some days) and on weekends during scheduled events such as Mass.

Parking at Newman

Parking spaces are reserved for staff, all others by permission only. Fees apply. See a member of staff before parking. Unidentified vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense.
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