What Is Newman?
When stepping into the unknown, fear may overwhelm us. When trying to accomplish our goals, stress may blind us to reality. As you come to know God as a loving Father and a best friend, you will see that He is always walking with you through the struggles and the joys you have. The Newman Catholic Association is a support for all students that spreads the joy of the Lord throughout campus. whether you have been a part of your High School youth group or you are just interested in what the Catholic Church has to offer, all are welcome to all events.
The Newman Catholic Association is committed to building the Kingdom of God on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology. We seek to develop a community based on service, prayer and learning.
Mass on Campus: We celebrate the Eucharist every Sunday at 5:00 PM in Hayden lounge. Dinner is served every week after mass.
Newman Night: Our weekly meetings are held every Monday at 9:00 PM in Babbio 104. Our Newman Night normally include discussions, speakers, prayer and scripture readings.
Why Catholicism: Weekly Meetings where we study the Catechism of the Catholic church. Every Wednesday at 5:30 in Americas Cup.
Rosary: A group that meets to pray the rosary every Wednesday at 1:15 on castle point:
Intercollegiate Adoration: Every month we visit another university in the archdiocese of Newark for mass and adoration.
Catholic Underground: A monthly trip to Our Lady of Good Counsel in New York City for holy hour, followed by a concert.
Service: Newman holds regular service events throughout the year. Sign up to volunteer at local parishes and homeless shelters.
Sheeple: A program for first and second year students where students are given a mentor and are assigned to a small group. The goal is to provide spiritual guidance as well as form close relationships between group members.