“Give to the Max”

Give to the Max Day is throughout November 2019! By donating through Give to the Max, UMD Newman is eligible to receive matching funds and prizes which increase your donation!

Support Newman Catholic Campus Ministry

Support the day-to-day operations at Newman, i.e. programming, retreats, and ongoing maintenance at the Newman House itself.

Weekly Giving

For those who would like to make their Sunday offerings/tithes online.

Check Payable: “Newman Catholic Campus Ministry”

Newman Catholic Campus Ministry
c/o Heather Serena
2830 E Fourth Street
Duluth, MN 55812

  • I choose to give to Newman Catholic Campus Ministry because it brought me from a non-practicing Catholic to a Catholic who knows and loves their faith. I am now going to daily Mass and love learning more about my faith. I know the number of lives that Newman transforms each semester and I know that the money that I donate is being used to save souls. That is why I choose to donate to Newman.

    Mitchell Woitalla UMD Class of 2012

Over the past 10 years…

  • We have seen 11 men enter seminary.
  • Six men and women have left to continue further discernment with religious communities.
  • Sunday Mass has expanded from one evening Mass on campus to both a morning and evening Mass with over 350 in attendance every week.
  • FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) is present on campus with four full time missionaries and over 150 students involved in Bible studies and discipleship.
  • Our online presence continues to grow with bulldogCatholic.org becoming the fastest growing Catholic website online.

Student Leadership Groups on Campus

  • 30 students missionaries
  • 10 students serving on our leadership team.
  • 31 musicians committed to our worship team.
  • 11 students on our prayer team.

bulldogCatholic Weekly Schedule & Events

Monday Rosary: 18 students gather every week to pray the rosary for the needs of our campus community.

Alpha: This fall we launched Alpha for Catholics on campus. The Alpha night gives students the opportunity to share a meal and discuss the bigger questions of life and faith at a deeper level.  Our first Alpha course attracted 95 students every week.  There will be a second session offered spring semester.

RCIA: Students interested in becoming Catholic or learning more about the Catholic faith can join us  Tuesday nights as we study the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Holy Spirit Nights: We have a team of 11 students that gather every week to delve deeper into living a life empowered by the Holy Spirit.  Every other week those students lead others in a time of prayer and praise.

Mass & Meal: Every Thursday following Mass, students take providing a meal for the community.

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