Feast of the Assumption
August 15, 2015
At the Interfaith Chapel
August 15, 2015
At the Interfaith Chapel
10:30am River Level, Interfaith Chapel
7:00pm River Level, Interfaith Chapel
10:00pm at Susan B. Anthony Dorm, Friel Lounge
We keep all of the supplies together, and we supply the priest... all we need to add is YOU and we've got a community to celebrate Mass together! Free pizza follows Mass. Come join us!
Special masses are held for Holy days of obligation and at other times throughout the year. Please see the Newman Calendar for mass times and locations.
We have now entered the 4th week of Lent. And before us are the remaining days to engage the spirit of fasting, prayer and almsgiving. I want to invite you to be certain to engage these days with renewed focus and to come outside of your ‘normal’ Lenten observances. As Cardinal Newman once said, “To change is to be human. To change often is to be perfect.” Jesus said, “Be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect.” It seems then we are always being invited to engage life with new opportunities. And that our approach to the spiritual life invites us to do things different. It is my hope that you will find one, two or more of the following a change for your life.
Day of Penance March 24, 3-8PM Have any sorry or regret? Feel burdened or spiritually isolated? Celebrate the sacrament of penance from 3-8pm. A wonderful little video to reconnect you to the sacrament: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvo0OCcp600 Also, please contact Fr. Cool anytime you are interested in confession.... [Read More]
For more than 80 years, the Catholic Newman Community has ministered to the University of Rochester and has strengthened Catholic life for over 7500 students. We are a close-knit family comprising 5 staff members and many student leaders who welcome all individuals interested in balancing faith and reason through a relationship with Christ.
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Fr. Cool has served at Rochester since 1999 and currently chairs the Diocese of Rochester’s Public Policy Committee and serves on the New York State Bishop’s Public Policy Committee. An avid Syracuse University sports fan, Fr. Cool is a high school and collegiate lacrosse referee. He has degrees from Nazareth College, St. Mary’s Seminary and the University of Rochester.
After a brief career in education, Anne followed a call to Church lay ministry starting in 2011. Most recently, she enjoyed time as a young adult minister at St. Christopher’s Church with special outreach to students at Roberts Wesleyan College in Chili, New York. Pleased to join Newman staff she is not a newcomer to the Newman Community at the University of Rochester. Away from campus, Anne can found studying at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry where she is pursuing a Master’s of Pastoral Studies, or watching science fiction television and movies with her husband.
After thirteen years as administrative assistant to the Dean of the Medical Center, Karen began work at Newman in 2000. A very talented administrator, her responsibilities include managing our budget, annual appeals, database and student workers. Karen and her husband live in Pittsford where they have raised three wonderful children, one who now attends Canisius College.
Chris Doser is a fifth-year student at the University of Rochester, pursuing music performance, music education, and applied mathematics. He is an aspiring music teacher and administrator. He was a competitive swimmer at the University of Rochester where he served as captain for two years. Chris has been involved with the St. Sebastian’s Society for three years, two of which he was a participating captain for the club. He continues his involvement with St. Sebastian’s society as their Program Coordinator.
A graduate of St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry, Craig was ordained in 2009. Joining Craig in his ministry is his wife Shirley of almost 40 years. They have one son who is a ESM Graduate and musician living in Dallas, TX. Craig is a retired educator and holds a Doctorate in Education from the University at Buffalo. Craig provides pastoral care for patients at the UR Medical Center and outreach to graduate and medical students. In his spare time, he enjoys boating, hiking, and time spent at the family cottage.
Taylor is a senior working towards a double degree in Economics and US Military Policy and Culture. A military brat, the unique challenges and experiences the lifestyle brought contributed much to her faith. Newman has become her adopted home while at Rochester. In addition to her involvement at Newman, Taylor serves on the Student Leadership Institute committee and is the Public Affairs Chair on Judicial Council. When she's not studying or having conversations with people, she can be found with a book, baking pie or running along the Genesee.
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