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Announcements: 
Week of Feb 24th - Mar 1st

Greetings, fellow Newmanites! It was wonderful to see so many of you at Mass as well as at our various activities throughout the week; we hope you enjoyed taking part in the events at Newman and we look forward to seeing you again during our (many) exciting events!

The following are the announcements from the Newman Centre and the Newman Catholic Students' Society for the upcoming week. Please be sure to save the dates on your calendar!


— Belle
Ash Wednesday Mass
Wed. Feb 26th 12:00 PM and 4:30 PM

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This Week from the NCSS This Week from the Newman Centre Other Announcements Info
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
NEWMAN BALL 2020 WILL BE HELD ON MARCH 21!

Activities from the NCSS

Student Research Talks

Tuesday, Feb 25th, Mar 10th
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
The Newman Centre

Join us in the Newman Centre's third-floor conference room right before daily Mass for short talks from student researchers!
Feb 25: Elisabeth Melattukunnel (MA Candidate in English), on medieval English mystic Julian of Norwich
Mar 10: Patricia Lee (post-doc visiting scholar at the School of Religious Studies), on the charismatic Catholic revival in Brazil
Have a research topic you'd like to speak on? Contact Madeline Johnson! For more information, please see our Facebook event page!

Feed The Homeless

Tuesday, Feb 25th, Mar 10th
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
The Newman Centre

Join us on Tuesday, February 25 to prepare and hand out sandwiches to the homeless on St.Catherine. We will be meeting in the Bagelounge at the Newman Centre at 5:30! For more information, please see our Facebook page or contact Gianmarco!

42nd Challenge Retreat

Friday, Feb 28th-Sunday, Mar 1st
Loyola High School

The Montreal Catholic Challenge Movement will be holding a challenge retreat at Loyola High school from February 28th to March 1st. The cost of this retreat is 60$ (per person)
These retreats  are an excellent way for us to enjoy our time together, explore our faith, play some games and have a couple of good chuckles on the side.
You can confirm your presence through this registration link! For more information, please see the Facebook event page!

Winter Coffee House

Saturday, Mar 14th
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
The Newman Centre

Coffeehouse is a vibrant celebration of everyone’s diverse talents, featuring acts such as singing, dancing, musical performances, dramatic monologues, poetry readings, and stand-up comedy. Kind volunteers bring cake, cookies and other baked goodies to share while we provide plenty of coffee. We will also be collecting donations for charity so please consider contributing. The suggested donation is $5.

If you would die to perform AND/OR bring baked goods, please fill out this form BY THURSDAY MARCH 12TH!

If you are interested in being an MC (it's really fun!!!) for the evening or have any questions feel free to email Elena!

Please see our Facebook event page for more details!

Activities from the Newman Centre

Applications for Newman Residence : Summer 2020 and Fall 2020

If you are interested in becoming a resident at the Newman Centre for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020, please read and fill in this document and submit it to Pablo, our Director, at director@newmancentre.org. If you have any questions regarding the application process, feel free to reach out to Pablo via email also!

The Newman Rambler

The Newman Rambler, the Centre's in-house academic/opinion journal, will be launched THIS FRIDAY!  The issue is on our Patron Saint: John Henry Newman. Copies can be procured for a voluntary contribution of at least $ 10. All proceedings go to the foundation (NAM). For more information, please contact Pablo, our Director, at director@newmancentre.org.

Soup and Bagel

Monday - Thursday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Bagelounge of the Newman Centre

Come and enjoy fresh homemade soup and warm bagels in the Bagelounge (on the ground floor of the Newman Centre); for only $3.50, it's the perfect way to replenish your energy for your busy afternoon!

Bible Study : The Beatitudes

Every Monday until April 6th
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM, after daily Mass
The Newman Centre

After the Fall Semester Bible Study on Iconography, the Newman Centre is back this Winter with a new series on the Beatitudes! Join us every Monday at 5 pm after Daily Mass to discover the depths of one of Christ’s most famous sermons. Weather and daylight permitting, there may be one or two on Mount Royal, so prepare your Bibles, schedules and hiking boots!
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to see the Facebook event page for more information or email Rachelle at campus.minister@newmancentre.org

Tolkien's Theology Tuesdays

Every Tuesday until May 12
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM, after daily Mass
The Newman Centre

Tolkien's Theology Tuesdays will engage the first book of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, "The Fellowship of the Ring". The readings will be done independently, and the group will meet once a week to discuss them, as well as the theological topics underlining the beautiful story. Light refreshments will be provided!

Wednesday Vespers in Byzantine Rite

Every Wednesday until April 29
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM, after daily Mass
The Newman Centre Chapel (2nd floor)

The Newman Centre will be starting weekly Vespers every Wednesday at 5:00 PM after daily Mass.
Please join us this week to pray for all of your intentions. Bring a friend!

Scholars' Club :
Truth and the University

Every Friday
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, after daily Mass
Conference Room of the Newman Centre (3rd floor)

These discussion, based on issues at the intersection of politics, society and religion, will be animated by Pablo Irizar, Director of the Newman Centre, along with guest interlocutors every week along with readings of the day. Readings and snacks will be provided, and the activity is open to everyone. Bring lots of ideas!
Here is the link to the Facebook event page for the week, featuring
His grace, Archbishop Christian Lépine.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email Pablo at director@newmancentre.org

2020 Marguerite D'Youville Lecture

Saturday, Mar 21
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The Newman Centre

Join us in attending the 2020 lecture, titled "Euthanasia and Vulnerability: A Catholic Response to MAiD."
Please note that RSVP is required, though the event is free of charge.
Here is the link to the Facebook event page
. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email Pablo at director@newmancentre.org

Other Announcements

Lectors & Acolytes

If you are interested in reading or altar serving at Mass at the Newman Centre, please sign up here or contact Maddy at spiritual@mcgillcatholics.ca (lectors) or Matthew at matthewkourlas@mail.mcgill.ca (servers). We are particularly short on altar servers, so any volunteers regardless of experience would be greatly appreciated!

Choir

The Newman Choir welcomes new students to join us. We usually practice for 1 hour before Mass on Sunday. For more information please contact choir director Ariel Pan at ariel.pan@mail.mcgill.ca.

NCSS Membership

Membership in the Society is open to everyone and comes with the following benefits:
  • a $2 discount on a (one) Saturday Night Supper
  • right to attend Council meetings
  • right to vote in Society elections (if you are a SSMU or PGSS member)
Memberships cost $2 and can be purchased from our VP Finance, Wilhelm Magner. We will also be selling memberships at future Saturday Night Suppers (SNS).
 

Mass Schedule

The Newman Centre has Mass every Sunday at 5:00PM. Weekday Masses are held from Monday to Friday at 4:30PM, with Eucharistic Adoration from 4:00-4:30PM. Prior to all weekday Masses, a priest will be available for spiritual direction at 3:00PM, with occasional exceptions on Thursdays, where priest availability will begin at 3:30. Confessions are heard before all Masses between 3:00 and 4:00PM.

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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