Spring Recess Opening Weekend: Amherst Newman Club Retreat

SPRING BREAK 2014 Retreat with the Newman Catholic Club. WHAT/WHO: The Newman Club is sponsoring an off-campus retreat over the first weekend of Spring Recess 2014. Our retreat leaders will be Sr. Chris Clark, DHM and Fr. Warren Savage. WHERE: Our retreat site is Kennebunkport, Maine, at the St. Anthony Franciscan Friary and St. Anthony's Franciscan Monastery Estate. We will be participating in Mass and invited to meet with one or two of the friars while there. Visit http://www.framon.net/entrada.htm for photos and details.

Celebrants Who Serve at Amherst College

The Celebrants' Schedule for Mass at Amherst College 2015-16

Masses are at 5:00 pm. unless otherwise noted. All are in Chapin Chapel. (Current 9/1/2015, subject to change)

Rev. Dan Pacholec: September 13; October 18; November 15; January 17; February 21; April 17. Fr. Dan Pacholec speaks about his choices for healthy living at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ux88X0-4S6Y

(past event) At Newman UMass: Papal Biographer, Author George Weigel, 7 pm. 10/22.

The Newman Student Association at UMass writes: "As part of our yearlong celebration of the Newman Center’s 50th anniversary, we will be holding a lecture series featuring a number of different speakers. Our first lecture in the Lumen Christi Lecture Series will be Evangelical Catholicism: The Church at the Dawn of a New Era, presented by papal biographer and author George Weigel.

4 pm. Friday April 8 through 5:30 pm. Saturday April 9, 2011. Five College Catholic Students Outdoor Adventure Retreat.

A retreat with solid Catholic fellowship and prayer experiences -- and with real outdoor adventure at Camp Wilder programmed by Next Level Adventures. Timeframe: from 4 pm. Friday April 8 through 5:30 pm. Saturday April 9, 2011. See the attached brochure for details. The application deadline is midnight, April 6. Space for only up to 35 Catholic undergrads at the Five Colleges. Full grants available, see application.

The Newman Club is a Catholic student organization bound by faith and called to serve others on campus and in society. Our mission is to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for all students so that we may live our faith and deepen our spirituality through worship, friendship and action.
While Catholic Mass is celebrated together (usually at 5 pm., Chapin Chapel on Sundays - see schedule below), we also engage in:
              * Topical Discussions often with guest speakers
              * Bible Study
              * Prayer, Devotions and Retreats