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Fr. Joaquin “Boom” Martinez, SJ To Replace Fr. Hightower, SJ As Director

As I announced at the Masses, Fr. Hightower has been asked to take the place of a sick Jesuit priest in Montana, so Fr. Joaquin “Boom” Martinez will instead be our new director after I leave at the end of this month. He is eager to serve this community (he was one of the Jesuits who proposed that they begin to serve Newman Centers), and I’m working with him via phone and email to orient him. Fr. Manh, David Vacchi, the pastoral council, and the student ministers will also make sure he has the orientation he needs.

Frs. Martinez and Manh won’t be able to come until mid-August, but I’m helping them find priests to do the Sunday Masses and confessions in July and the beginning of August. Community favorite Fr. Jose will be doing lots of those Masses.

God continues to provide for us!

By | 2017-06-13T11:19:27+00:00 June 12th, 2017|Director's Message|Comments Off on Fr. Joaquin “Boom” Martinez, SJ To Replace Fr. Hightower, SJ As Director

Greetings From Our Incoming Director

Fr. C. Hightower, SJ will be our new director beginning July 1. I’ll announce our new associate director at the beginning of April, after he’s had a chance to announce his departure from his current ministry.

They’ll both visit our community in April and May, and Fr. Hightower will get to spend the last couple weeks of June here finishing his orientation.

Meanwhile, enjoy Fr. Hightower's bio and pray for our new Jesuit priests.

-Fr. Dominic

By | 2017-03-02T15:08:36+00:00 March 2nd, 2017|Director's Message|Comments Off on Greetings From Our Incoming Director

Letter to the Community

Dear Community, I have some sad and difficult news to share with you. For the last several years, the Western Dominican Province has been doing some long term planning. One of the main challenges we face is the gradually dwindling number of friars, making it hard for us to carry on our communal life of prayer and ministry. Last weekend, our provincial council decided that we will leave San Diego, including the ministry here at UCSD, at the end of June.

By | 2017-05-19T20:22:45+00:00 December 11th, 2016|Director's Message|Comments Off on Letter to the Community

September and October are Welcome Months at Newman

The Newman Center Catholic Community enthusiastically welcomes our newest members! No matter where you’ve come from, this is your home. Wherever we gather on campus or off, we are your home, and you are ours. Whether you’re Catholic or not, your presence is gratefully received.

By | 2016-12-09T19:48:11+00:00 September 25th, 2016|Monthly Value|Comments Off on September and October are Welcome Months at Newman

Christ the King and (Personal) Climate Change

This Sunday, we’ll celebrate Christ the King. It’s the end of the church year and a time to make sure we’re ready for the end of the world and Jesus’ coming again. The following Sunday begins Advent, which starts with the same theme, not yet anticipating the memorial of Jesus’ birth but rather looking to [...]

By | 2017-05-19T20:22:45+00:00 November 17th, 2015|Staff|Comments Off on Christ the King and (Personal) Climate Change