- Newman Catholic ClubNewman Catholic Club
- Newman & Other Catholic Events
- Newman Club Leaders and Invitation
- Some Off-Campus Opportunities
- Catholic Bulletin (with special notices)
- Priest Celebrants and Special Guests
- Catholic, Locally: Diocese of Springfield, MA
- 2 Practices: Contemplative Silence, Lectio Divina
- Peace & Nonviolence in the Catholic Tradition
- "Year of Faith"
The Newman Club is a resource for Catholics at Amherst or for those who would like to learn more about the Catholic faith. Email us at email@example.com to receive email updates. See our CALENDAR below for Mass times and events. Hope to see you at Mass, most Sundays at 5 pm. in Chapin Chapel. Click here for Off-campus Events and Invitations.The Catholic Religious Advisor is Sr. Chris Clark, DHM. Chris is often at the Cadigan Center on Tuesday afternoon, at Chapin Chapel before Sunday Mass, and with the Newman Club after Mass. She is also available for consultation by arrangement. Contact Chris by mail: The Cadigan Center for Religious Life, 38 Woodside Ave./PO Box 5000, Amherst MA 01002, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (413) 687-1858.
Sat. May 23 Baccalaureate & Commencement Mass
BACCALAUREATE SERVICE: A MULTI-FAITH CELEBRATION -- 10:00-11:00 a.m. in Johnson Chapel. An hour-long celebration featuring musical selections; readings from various traditions, choral selections; dance; "Go Out with Joy" by The Reverend Ian Oliver’81, Pastor of the University Church & Senior Associate Chaplain, Yale University; a call to action; and brief prayers. Special thanksto members of the Baccalaureate Committee for their help in planning the service. Members of the Committee were Aashish Karki’15, Constance Holden’15, Hope Wen’15, KC Fussell’15, Kyra Ellis-Moore’15, Marisa Dolmatch’15, Rama Hagos’15, Paul Sorrentino.
COMMENCEMENT MASS -- 6:30-7:15 pm. in Chapin Chapel. Join the Catholic community in the celebration of the Mass. Everyone is welcome. Missalettes are provided. Our celebrant is the well-known Mission, Retreat, and Revival preacher Rev. Warren J. Savage. A regular celebrant at Amherst College, Fr. Savage is a lecturer from the Religious Studies Department at Our Lady of the Elms College, Chicopee, MA, Diocesan Permanent Diaconate Formation Program Instructor, Westfield State University Catholic chaplain, and Member of Spiritual Directors International, Academy of Homiletics and The Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality.