2018 Senior Banquet

All graduating Newman students are invited to our

2018 Senior Banquet

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Congratulations Class of 2018!

Congratulations on an incredible achievement, finishing your academic degree.
We are so proud of you that we want to honor and celebrate you.
Being Catholic, we were made to celebrate always and everywhere giving thanks to God.
You're invited to our 2018 Senior Banquet on Friday, April 27 at 7pm,
hosted by the Class of 2017.

For more info, please contact Zac.

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  • RSVP to let us know you are coming and so we can make sure to have enough food.  If you or a friend decide to come the last minute, please do come.
  • Forward this to other graduating Newman students.
  • Come dressed up to enjoy a grand celebration of fine food, friends, and tributes.
  • Also mark your calendar for our Baccalaureate Mass on Friday, May 11 at 6pm.  We'll also have a Spanish Baccalaureate Mass on Saturday, May 12 at 1:15pm.  If you'd like to help plan, please contact Fr. Ivan.

Be excited and joyful.  We're so excited for you.

May Newman Forum - The Annunciation in Art

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The Annunciation in Art
Kathryn Barush, D.Phil.

Assistant Professor of Art History and Religion
Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University

Newman Forum
Sunday, May 20
11:15am- 12:15pm
Hecker Room

Nine months before Christmas, usually on March 25th, Catholics celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation,  when Gabriel appeared to Mary to announce the incarnation.  Luke's gospel account of this moment has captured the Catholic artistic and devotional imagination through the ages, and crossed cultural and historical boundaries. 

Professor Barush will unpack some of the complex, beautiful, and sometimes puzzling iconography - or language of symbols - used by artists to depict this moment that Mary said yes to God.

National Catholic Singles Conference (Twin Cities, MN)

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Dear Cal,

Christ is Risen!

Our Early-Bird registration special ends this Friday, April 20th. That means we are less than two months away! I had a great meeting last week with our enthusiastic National Catholic Singles Conference Volunteer Core Team from Minneapolis/St. Paul! They’re looking forward to welcoming you to the Twin Cities and have a record number of Pre/Post conference events planned, in case you want to come early and see the sights and visit with other NCSC attendees. 

I’m also excited that we have a dynamic speaker line-up and both bishops here, Archbishop Hebda and Bishop Cozzens, will be celebrating Mass for us! 

Don't wait to sign up. Our Early-Bird registration special ends this Friday, April 20th, so please spread the word, tell your friends, share it on Facebook—and let’s make the 18th NCSC the biggest one yet! (And if you’ve never been and want to hear from those who have, see what others have to say or check out pics from past conferences.)

Sign Up Now

Please keep all of the preparations in your prayers and have a very joyous Easter season!

In the joy of Our Risen Lord,

Anastasia Northrop
NCSC Founder and Director

P.S. We just started a new blog with extra details about the conference—check it out here!