Join us in Bishop Newell Hall at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26 for the Discernment Dessert! We will have a presentation from Sister Ancilla from the Abbey of Saint Walburga on her path of discernment and tips on how we can discern our own vocations, in religious life/ministries or as lay persons!
On Saturday, April 29, the Brotherhood will be hosting a dinner party (think cocktail party for dress) with homemade Italian food for the wonderful Women of the Newman Center, followed by swing dancing in Bishop Newell Hall! Dinner will begin around 6:30 and will go until around 7:45, which is when the dancing shall begin! RSVP's can be sent to either Big Brother (Nick Staiano or Matt Jones, whose information is down below a bit) and are needed by Wednesday, April 26. You can contact either Big Brother for more information as well, and check your email (from the Flocknote Students 2017) for more details in the upcoming days!
Current and Upcoming Big Events:
Welcome to St. Paul's Newman Center! As your Campus Ministry Interns, we feel fortunate for the many ways that we have been chosen to use our gifts and talents. It has been rewarding to witness the transformation in students who allow God to be the center of their lives. We are excited to see how our ministry grows in the years to come and we are eager for you to be a part of our growth. Feel free to contact us any time at email@example.com.
Social Justice Intern
Major: Religious Studies
Hello! My name is Lillie Romeiser, coming to you from the great city of Chicago. While I'm a Midwestern girl at heart, I could not be happier to be a resident of the Cowboy State, especially with its kind people and its ample opportunities for outdoor adventure. More importantly, I am truly honored to be a part of the Newman Center community and to work with students. I love going for walks, throwing a frisbee, eating sweet treats (the candy jar in my office is well stocked!), and just crashing on a comfy couch for a good conversation. I hope you will join me for any or all of these activities, as my office door always is open to students, or you can email me at Lillie@newmancenter.org to set something up. My college campus ministry experience was both incredibly fun and personally challenging, as I grew in Christ-centered relationships and in my daily walk of faith. I hope that you will have a similarly fruitful experience here at the St. Paul's Newman Center; I look forward to sharing it with you.
We are dedicated to developing your relationship with Christ as you journey through college at the University of Wyoming. We offer a diverse selection of educational, social, and spiritual activities for students to be involved in. Everyone is welcome to any and all events.
Each Spring, the Brotherhood cooks a five-star meal for the Women's Group.
Big Events Intern
Director of Campus Ministry
Catholics on Campus (CoC) is a weekly large-group meeting intended to help students grow in faith and fellowship. Activities include games, time for prayer and worship, a presentation and discussion or personal reflection. Join us in the Newman Center for this fun and energetic gathering with fellow students, every Wednesday from 8:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. in Bishop Newell Hall.
Every Thursday at 12:25 p.m., we meet in Union room 202 to celebrate daily Mass.
Every-other week, St. Paul's Newman Center hosts a homemade dinner in Bishop Newell Hall for the entire community - students, families, etc. Join us for a fantastic meal and great company. Check with Lillie for the 2016-17 Sunday Supper schedule and to volunteer to help cook on Sunday afternoon.
All men are invited for a weekly dinner to connect with other men who are seeking after Christ. Join us on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. at the Men's House (1813 E. Garfield). Come hungry! If you have any question/comments/concerns contact:
Nick Staiano: firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-301-6463
or Matt Jones: email@example.com or 707-496-0084
This group of women meets weekly for various faith and relationship-building activities, from devotional studies to service events to simply sharing food and friendship. Come out on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the Fireplace Room of the Newman Center. If you have any questions/comments/concerns contact
Michaela Mooney: firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-215-6873
Start and/or end your day with prayer. Prayer is led by students on Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays at 7:15 a.m. at the Emmaus House (1819 E. Garfield) for Morning Prayer & Breakfast; and Monday through Thursday at 9:00 p.m. in Bishop Newell Hall (in the Newman Center) for Night Prayer.
This is a group that gathers to explore Scripture and ask questions together. All are welcome, regardless of one’s experience with the Bible. Takes place in the Emmaus House (1819 E. Garfield St.) Sundays at 2:15. Contact Lillie if you're interested!
St. Paul’s Newman Center offers regular service opportunities, such as:
Contact Sandra regarding upcoming events.
We love to have events to bring students together and are always open to suggestions, activities we have done in the past include, but have not beenlimited to:
We would love to hear from you, and the campus ministry office door (as well the candy jar!) always is open for you.
1800 E Grand Avenue
Laramie, WY 82070
Phone: (307) 745-5461
Fax: (307) 742-0521