It's that time of year again, the time for our annual SEARCH Retreat!

Life can put several obstacles in between us and God. When we turn away from God, it is important to remember that though we may not feel, hear or see Him, He is always with us. That's why each year, we put on a retreat for our student community. Together we will spend the weekend SEARCHing for God who is the source and summit of all truth, our refuge, our home. This retreat focuses on finding Christ around and within you, and the journey towards becoming the best versions of ourself in Christ Jesus. 

From February 24-26th, the SEARCH retreat is an awesome, surprise-filled, life changing experience. At the beautiful Lakeview Retreat Center, get away from the stress of school, meet fantastic people, have a great time, and discover how Christ is working in your life. Spots are very limited though, so don't hesitate and sign up today!

For more details, and to register for the retreat, click HERE!



Professor James Felak is coming back to Newman!

Join us on Oct. 20th for a presentation by Professor James Felak on St. Pope John Paul the Great and his impact in history and his advice for young Catholics. Professor Felak will share his insights with us, particularly the research he did while writing his book on St. JPII's role in eliminating communism in Poland.

This is a community-wide event, so all are invited!

RSVP to the Facebook event HERE.

Holy Week 2016 Schedule

  • 3/20/16: Palm Sunday Masses at 10am, 5pm, 7pm, 9pm
  • 3/23/16: Wednesday Night Adoration/Confessions (7:30pm-9pm) and Mass (9pm)
  • 3/24/16: Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7pm followed by Adoration
  • 3/25/16: Good Friday:
    • Stations of the Cross on Campus- meet at Newman at 11:45am
    • Good Friday Liturgy at 7pm
    • Viewing of "Passion of Christ" with Divine Mercy Chaplet at 9pm
  • 3/26/16: Easter Vigil Mass at 9pm
  • 3/27/16: Easter Sunday Masses at 10am, 5pm, 7pm, 9pm


Our Frassati Young Professionals and Graduate Student program kicked off the new school year with our annual Fall retreat, “The Good, The Bad, The SAINTS: learning to live the beatitudes”! We traveled a little south to Gig Harbor where we stayed at our favorite old mansion cabin for a beautiful weekend. Guided by talks and discussed in small groups, retreatants learnedmore about how we are to carry out the beatitudes in our daily lives.  We had talks interspersed with fun recreation time playing pool, foosball, karaoke, football, ping pong just to name a few- as well as chanting the Divine Office prayers and mass.

Saturday night we took a little trip down to Point Defiance Park where we played ball on the beach and explored some trails in the woods (even found a secret rope swing in the middle of the woods)!

It was a wonderful time for relaxation, faith building, and community! Make sure to join us for the Spring Frassati retreat!