Welcome Cookout for Students, Faculty & Staff
We are looking forward to another incredible year of Campus Ministry! On Thursday, September 5, we welcome students, faculty, and staff for the annual Newman Center Cookout. Let us pray together during the 5:00 p.m. daily Liturgy then spill out on the front lawn for a hamburger cookout. This is a perfect opportunity for students, faculty and staff to interact and get to know each other as we begin a new semester. Please make plans to join us!
Mass In Spanish
La misa en español continuará en la parroquia St. Paul’s Newman Center durante el verano. Todas las familias están invitadas a asistir a misa diaria en español todos los jueves a las 5:00 p.m. Al igual, hay misa en español todos los primeros domingos del mes.
La próxima está programada para el 1ro de septiembre.
Diocesan Institute, September 17-19, in Gillette, will focus on Hispanic Ministry. The Diocese encourages parish staff, parish leaders, catechists, youth ministers, and active Latino parishioners to attend this year. Lodging can be reserved at the Ramada for $64/night/ room: https://tinyurl.com/yxs43zco or call: 307-686-3000 and mentioning the group code: 091719STA by September 3.
Register online: https://form.jotform.com/81856840739167. The cost to attend is $50 per person and includes dinner on Tuesday, lunch on Wednesday, and conference materials.
The 2019 Wyoming Catholic Women’s Conference
Will be on Friday, October 11, 6:30 p.m.– 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 12, 9:00 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. (light breakfast & lunch provided) at the Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center in Casper, WY. The keynote speaker is Lisa Cotter, speaking on“Real Womanhood”. All women are encouraged to join in this uplifting experience of faith, growth, and fellowship. Early registration is $50 by October 1 and $60 after that. Room reservations at Ramkota are available for $79.99 + tax. Register at: wycatholicwomen.com or call Francesca at 307-856-6986.
“As Christian stewards, we receive God’s gifts gratefully, cultivate them responsibly, share them lovingly in justice with others, and return them with increase to the Lord.”
Today we are invited and encouraged to make an annual pledge to the ministry of our Diocese. Did you know that our Campus Ministry receives an annual $50,000 grant through Living & Giving in Christ? Your pledge not only supports the important ministry of our Diocese, but St. Paul’s Newman Center as well! We need everyone’s commitment to raise our goal of $83,892. Please give in a spirit of abundance. Your pledge IS important and needed. Every gift, regardless of size, is vital to ministry of our Diocese. You may place your pledge in the gift offering basket, mail it directly to the Diocese or give online at www.livingandgivinginchrist.org
“We cannot stand idly by, enjoying our riches and freedom if, in any place, the Lazarus of the 20th Century stands at our doors.”
Pope John Paul II
Check out the Wyoming Legacy Quilt in Bishop Newell Hall. Artfully created by the “Playtime Quilters” group, who donated the quilt to SPNC to be raffled at Homecoming 2019. The quilt is valued at $1,200, and tickets will be sold for $25 a piece, or 5 for $100. All proceeds will go towards student scholarships for campus ministry retreats and mission trips.
Stay connected with us through Flocknote!
Flocknote is our electronic communication system that uses email and text messaging. It’s the best way to stay up-to-date with Newman Center events. You can receive the bulletin, get special messages about parish happenings, and be notified of upcoming events. Text the code 82070 to 84576 to join via your smart phone or sign-up through the website at flocknote.com/StPaulsNewmanCenter