KEEPING STUDENTS CONNECTED TO THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. ONE STUDENT AT A TIME.
FACT: 80% OF STUDENTS STOP PRACTICING THEIR FAITH AT SOME POINT DURING COLLEGE.
Join Campus Ministry!
Check the website to connect to the Catholic Campus Ministry on your college campus throughout the year for a welcoming community of faith offering daily Mass, group retreats, bible studies, social events and much more.
What is the Newman Connection?
Newman Centers is a non-profit organization that works with campus ministries by using a referral system to connect college-bound graduating high school students to their Catholic campus ministry. Doing so enables our Catholic campus ministers to contact the incoming students and invite them prior to their arrival on campus. Statistics show that college graduations who have been active in campus ministry are more likely to attend Mass and to volunteer for leadership roles I parishes once they return from college.
What are Newman Centers?
Newman Centers are residence and Catholic ministry centers at non-Catholic universities throughout the world. These centers provide pastoral services and ministries to their Catholic communities, in particular to the Roman Catholic student population within universities throughout the world. Newman Centers were named in honor of Cardinal John Henry Newman and were inspired by Newman's writings. The first Newman Center was established in 1893 at the University of Pennsylvania.