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“They devoted themselves to the teaching of the apostles and to the communal life, to the breaking of the bread and to the prayers”
-- (Acts 2:42)

Peer Ministers 2016- 2017The Journey to Truth and LifeMass on Campus - Beginning September 11Sunday Evening Mass - 7 pm - Blue and Gold RoomCatholic but not Confirmed?Jeremiah’s JourneyCook-out at Newman HouseRCIA

Mass Schedule

Sunday  7 PM

  Blue and Gold Room 

(ground floor of the Campus Center)


 Thursday 5 PM

Held at Newman House - 359 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth. 1700 feet west of Campus Entrance.


Sacrament of Reconciliation

5:30 - 6:30 Sunday
  (in the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life)

4:00 - 5:00 pm Thursday
at Newman House
Before or After Mass or by Appointment. 



Refreshing Catholicism

We are happy to offer an opportunity for everyone to deepen (Refresh) their understanding of the Catholic faith through a review of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Beginning September 29.

Details ]

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Jeremiah’s Journey is a discernment process to help college students learn what it means to be called by God, how to include God in discerning a vocation and a career. It isn’t a recruitment pro-gram for the seminary or religious life, but a way to self-discovery. As participants journey through the process they may decide to discern some spe-cific calls, but that is entirely up to them. Meets the last Monday of each month beginning October 24. [ Details ]

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The Dead Theologians Society is a Catholic apostolate for college age young adults. Through the Saints of yesterday, the Dead Theologians Society inspires the youth of today to become the saints of tomorrow. A special charism of the Dead Theologians Society is to pray for the release of the Souls in Purgatory. Its motto is, “Dead to the World, alive in Christ!”  Sundays at 4pm - Newman House.  This week we will learn about St. Thomas Aquinas. [ Details ]

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To reset something is, literally, to set it back to its original purpose, its original design. When an electronic device is functioning in a less-than-optimal way, it can be reset it so that whatever was stuck gets unstuck and all the connections can run smoothly again. Similarly, when life is functioning in a less-than-optimal way, it can be reset too. This happens first on the inside, where our deep-seated cravings for significance and satisfaction live. We can be fulfilled. We can be reset. We can be changed, because Jesus changes everything. Begins March 21. [ Details ]
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Campus Ministry Survey

We are looking for input from college students about the efforts of campus ministry and the Church. Please take some time to complete this survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RB5D39X

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