Our Newman Center is expanding! Read more to find out about the project and how it will impact our ministry during the 2018-2019 year!Read More
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.
Thanks to everyone who went on the Kamikaze Falls Hike! It was a blast to meet so many new people and enjoy the beautiful views Washington has to offer. If you are interested in joining us for a hike in the future, please make sure to follow our Facebook page.
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Frassati Beach Party! It was so wonderful to see so many new faces. On behalf of the Frassati Council, I would like to wish everyone a happy and safe summer.
Remember to check out Eat, Pray, Agape Thursday nights at 7pm.
Due to a monthly private event, there will not be Adoration or Confession from 8-9pm on June 1st. There will still be Candlelit Mass at 9pm. There will be Adoration and Confession on the remaining Wednesdays in May.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
- 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
Thank you to all of our Sponsors and donors - we raised $71,195 to support the Ne
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!