There are wonderful celebrations going on in many places today. Days like today remind us of the universal beauty of the Catholic faith. Fr. ToddToday is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the sixteenth century apparition of Mary to Saint Juan Diego, an indigenous Mexican man. Juan Diego’s claims that he had seen and spoken to Our Lady were not believed by church officials initially, until he revealed to them a miraculous image of the woman— pregnant, with dark skin, and hands folded in prayer— that had imprinted itself on his cloak. Our Lady of Guadalupe has become a symbol of Marian compassion for the poor and marginalized. Engraved on the door above the basilica that bears her name are her most famous words to Juan Diego, “Am I not your Mother?” ... See MoreSee Less
Just are reminder that there is no Newman Night or bible study this evening. Please feel free to use the house to study or take a study break and relax as you finish out your finals week! We still have snacks left!! ... See MoreSee Less
As you start to trickle out of town for your Holiday break know that you are in our prayers here in Chadron. We will remember you at the Christmas masses. The CSC Community is so important to us here in Chadron. It is always way too quiet when your are gone!!!
Thanks for a good semester at Newman. Let's continue to grow. Fr. Todd
Lots of merry & bright at our last Newman Night of the semester last Wednesday! Thank you all for such a great semester at the Newman House! Now let's all go take a well deserved break and gear up for another awesome semester!! ... See MoreSee Less
Brush up on the Immaculate conception!Think you know what the Immaculate Conception is all about - think again. Most people and even most Catholics tend to get this one wrong. Watch Fr. Jack Coll... ... See MoreSee Less
Check out the news coverage of the Doug and Dave Show at St. Patrick's from last week! Their visit was perfectly timed as we launched into our season of Advent! Thanks for clearing up our "Mass Confusion" Doug and Dave!
Today is the feast of Saint Nicholas, the Turkish bishop whose kindness and generosity inspired the legend of Santa Claus. He is said to have given his wealth to the poor, rescued children from slavery, and provided young women with dowries to save them from being trafficked. Throughout much of Europe, presents are given today, particularly to children, in remembrance of Nicholas’ life of giving. -Joan Chittister
More about St. Nicholas https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-nicholas/
This Wednesday is our LAST official Newman Night of the semester! Can you believe it?! We will be handing out the care packages that the parishioners from St. Patrick's Catholic Church put together for us and share in a dinner of soup, salad, and bread!
7:00 PM is Communal Penance Service at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Is your heart ready for Christmas? 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Brush up on Advent!*Watch in 1080p HD for best results* What is Advent all about? How is Advent different than Christmas? In a BRAND NEW version of our classic video, Busted Ha... ... See MoreSee Less
It was a great evening!!! I noticed several college students in the crowd. Some CSC students were even there working on an event planning class project.
The greatest compliment I received was from the person who commented that they looked around and saw joy in the faces of the people.
Thanks Newmanites for coming. If you were not able to make it, ask someone to tell you about the experience.
Peace Fr. ToddBig thanks to Father Todd and the wonderful folks at St. Patrick's for graciously hosting an episode of "Mass Confusion" in Chadron, Nebraska, this week. Thanks for praying, singing and laughing with us! ... See MoreSee Less
I just received word that Doug Brummel is in town!!!! Get ready to lighten up at Doug and Dave's Parish Mass Confusion Performance. Get ready to learn more about the mass. See you at 7 p.m. at St. Patrick's Church. Even if you are not a Wed. night regular at Newman you are welcome at this performance!!! Fr. Todd ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. We had a Thanksgiving mass last night here in Chadron....as usual I remembered and prayed for our Newmanites at mass. I am thankful for you!!! Fr. Todd
Another Newman Thanksgiving Dinner in the books! We hosted a few more people than we initially thought, and it was GREAT! We were so thrilled with the turn out for the evening! Thank you to everyone who came to our meal tonight and thank you to our AMAZING Newman Board Members and Newman Students for whom this meal would not have been so deliciously amazing without! ... See MoreSee Less
Great food and company! Afterward the little ones had a great time just simply running back and forth! Rosey cheeks, big smiles. Who needs technology when you have food and community in a big space lol! Thanks everybody!
Thanks for the great dinner!!
Awesome job Amy Graham, Jacob Rissler (Jake), Stacie!!!
I was over at the Assumption Arena Kitchen a little while ago. It is smelling good--Thanks Newmanites for all your hard work on the meal!!! Come join us this evening for our Thanksgiving feast. Fr. Todd ... See MoreSee Less
I was over at the Assumption Arena Kitchen a little while ago. It is smelling good--Thanks Newmanites for all your hard work on the meal!!! Come join us this evening for our Thanksgiving feast. ... See MoreSee Less
This is our big Thanksgiving Week! As a Newman group we will be HOSTING Thanksgiving Dinner for our Parish, CSC Students, staff, faculty, and community on Wednesday, November 14th. This dinner will be served at 6:30 PM at the St. Patrick's Assumption Arena.
We will need your HELP that day! I have a sign up sheet in a google doc, find the link below to sign up to help out in some way that day! ... See MoreSee Less
The CSC Newman House would like to invited you to their Thanksgiving dinner! Everyone is welcomed to come to this event! This is a free meal to come share and enjoy with your fellow community members and students, you do not need to bring anything!
See you, Wednesday November 14th @6:30 PM at the Assumption Arena! ... See MoreSee Less