Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Parish Events:

Celebration of the Conversion of St. Paul

Thursday, January 25.To commemorate St. Paul, the patron saint of the Newman Center, we invite you to a special celebration on the Feast Day of the the Conversion of St. Paul on Thursday, January 15. A bilingual Liturgy of the Eucharist will begin at 5:15 p.m. In addition, Lillie Romeiser, Director of Campus Ministry, will do a brief presention on on St. Paul the Apostle. We will then convene to Bishop Newell Hall for a potluck dinner. Please bring a dish to share.

Diocesan Events:

2018 Southwest Liturgical Conference (SWLC) January 16-19: Awaken The Voice: Sing As One To The Lord” Despierten la Voz: Cantemos como Uno al Señor” Nationally known keynote speakers, workshops, liturgies, music, and more, are all wrapped up into 4 days of formation to spiritually revitalize and inspire the way we celebrate Eucharist. An added bonus to this year’s conference is that it is being held at Little America in Cheyenne, WY. The registration is $200. Online registration is at visitcheyenne.regfox.com/swlc-2018


Marriage Encounter Weekend: As fun summer days become fond memories consider a Marriage Encounter Weekend as an opportunity to focus on your marriage and the gift that your spouse is in your life. Upcoming locations and dates are: Billings, MT January 26-28, 2018 and Riverton March 2-4. For more information and to apply visit our website www.wwme.org or call Paul and Tracy 307-689-2820.

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National Migration Week, is an opportunity for the Church to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, including immigrants, refugees, children, and victims and survivors of human trafficking. The theme,“Many Journeys, One Family,” draws attention to the fact that each of our families have a migration story, some recent and others in the distant past. Regardless of where we are and where we came from, we remain part of the human family and are called to live in solidarity with one another.