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Welcome to Newman!
Your Home Away From Home
on the campus of UMass Amherst
Adoration - Wed. after 12:15 pm Mass.
Student Holy Hour -Wed. at 8pm
Confessions - By Appointment:
Contact Fr. Gary
Monday - Friday - 8 am to
Saturday - 8 am to 10 pm
Sunday - 7 am to 10 pm
(during the academic year)
Mon. thru Sat. - 8 am to 5pm
Sundays: 7 am to noon
M-F: 8 am (St. Brigid's) 12:15pm (Newman)
Sat: 9am (Newman)
4:30pm (Sunday Vigil)
Sun: 8am (St. Brigid's), 10:30am, 7 pm & 9:30 pm
(during our academic year)
Our Newman Cafe is not open to the public. Please continue to watch for the opening date.
In the "Ways to Give" on this website updates and information about our Capital Campaign...
MiraclesHappen...when Heart speaks to heart.
Donations may be made over this website safely & securely.
GOLF IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER...
Newman's 10th Annual Golf Tournament
Monday, July 31, 2023
Springfield Country Club
To register...Ginny Webb, email@example.com
Event Sponsor - cbt Architects
Give Away Sponsors - D.A. Sullivan & Sons, Inc.
Underwriters for our Police & Fire -
Eastern States Exposition
Hole in One Sponsor - Haddad Dealerships
Let's not forget - V-One Vodka - Tasting Sponsor
Tee Sponsors -
H & B Real Estate
St. Agnes Parish Community, Dalton
Toomey O'Brien Funeral Home
Our Lady of Peace Parish Community, Turners Falls
Dedication of the Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Chapel
Our new Center's foundation is the Chapel...a beautiful offering for our worshipping communities. Real to Reel provides an inside look at the Dedication and what is to come at the new Newman Catholic Center.
(Click on the link and enjoy!)
Saturday at 4:30pm
Sunday at 8:00am, 10:30am, 7:00pm*, and 9:30pm**
*The 7:00pm & 9:30pm Sunday Masses only occur while the Fall and Spring Semesters are in session at UMass. **Due to COVID our 9:30 pm mass is cancelled until further notice.
Monday - Friday at 12:15pm
Our Wednesday 12:15 Mass is in Novus Ordo Latin
Saturday at 9:00am
Holy Days of Obligation:
Holy Days: 12:15pm, 5:30pm, 7:00pm*
*The 7:00pm Mass will only occur for Holy Days when UMass Fall and Spring Semesters are in session at UMass.
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