Interior Freedom - Spiritual Guidance workshops

A prayerful study of Fr. Jacques Philippe’s classic book titled Interior Freedom. Registration at: newmancentre.eventbrite.ca

Why Say No - The Problems of Recreational Marijuana

Join us for a panel discussion on the problems of recreational marijuana with guest speakers: Dr. Moira McQueen, Dr. Paul Hwang and Executive Director of the Newman Centre, Fr Peter Turrone. Register here: https://whysayno.eventbrite.ca

University Parish

The Newman Centre’s St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Community finds its fullest and richest expression in our celebration of the Eucharist - both the Sunday assembly and the daily celebrations of Mass.

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Orientation Week at Newman

Welcome to University life! All new students and new members are welcome to attend our Orientation Week events. There's free food, entertainment and lots of new friends to make.

Give 5 hours of your life. Change a life!

Join us for Orientation week at Newman from September 4 - 14, 2018.  Volunteer to welcome the newcomers at all the fun events. Sign up here: bit.ly/orientationhelp2018

Why Say No - The Problems of Recreational Marijuana

 Join us for a panel discussion on the problems of recreational marijuana with guest speakers: Dr. Moira McQueen, Dr. Paul Hwang and Executive Director of the Newman Centre, Fr Peter Turrone. Register here: https://whysayno.eventbrite.ca

What's coming up at Newman Centre - August 2018

Sneak peek into what's being planned for the new academic year at Newman Centre. https://conta.cc/2MbfRZu

Upcoming season of Faith and Reason and Faith and Science lectures at Newman Centre

We have an amazing line up of speakers and topics for our Faith and Reason and Faith and Science lectures this season. Check them out and save the dates!

Register at http://newmancentre.eventbrite.ca

Poverty Cure Series

 Save the date for the Launch of the Poverty Cure series with Andreas Widmer, author of The Pope and the CEO, tech entrepreneur, former Swiss guard to St. John Paul II. 

Charity that hurts: Nearly a billion people around the world live in extreme poverty. The love of God stirs us to help, and yet both private and public aid often goes awry. In this session, several voices from the developing world discuss some common pitfalls of humanitarian assistance, and then point the way toward strategies that connect our good intentions with things that actually work—relationships focused on unleashing the creative capacity of our fellow man, human beings made in the image and likeness of God. Registration: https://povcure1.eventbrite.ca 

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