The FINAL SIGN UPS FOR ALTERNATIVE SPRING BREAK: JANUARY 31st We would love for you to join us building and repairing homes for lowincome individuals in South Carolina. An unforgettable week! Email us if you are interested. firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, January 24th: MARCH FOR LIFE 2011!!! 1) Rally and Mass for Life at Verizon Center: 7:30-11:30am (meet at Newman at 7 am) Lunch at Newman afterwards 2) Mass for Life at Newman Chapel: 12:45pm (for those who can’t make Verizon Mass) Lunch at Newman afterwards 3) Leave for March: 1:45pm
Newman Catholic Student Center at
The George Washington University 2210 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20037
www.gwcatholics.com http://gwcatholicforum.blogspot.com www.issuu.com/gwcatholics Chaplain: Fr. Greg Shaffer (email@example.com) Campus Minister: Amy West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"GW Catholics for Life" scarves for all who attend the March. The only costs of the day will be after the March - if students choose to grab drinks or food on Capitol Hill and/or pay for transportation back to campus. RSVP to email@example.com by January 19 for Youth Rally (tickets are necessary for admittance) or for Mass for Life at Newman. COOKS NEEDED! Do you like to cook for large groups of people? We are looking for one person who would like to be in charge of preparing Tuesday Night Dinner once a month. Preparation involves getting a shopping list together for Amy, preparing the food on Monday night or Tuesday during the day, and getting the meal set up Tuesday evening. The time commitment is between 5-10 hours for the week that you cook. If you are interested, please contact Liesl Baumann at firstname.lastname@example.org. Event reminders, prayer requests, & article submissions should be sent to email@example.com by Friday at noon for printing in Sunday’s bulletin. © 2011 Lauren Jencik & the GW Newman Center
January 16th, 2011 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
This week at the Newman Center… Monday, January 17 12:00pm— Daily Mass 8:30 pm ―Late Night Catechism‖ 9:00 pm – Grad student Bible Study Tuesday, January 18 12:00pm— Daily Mass 5:30pm— Tuesday Night Mass 6:00pm— Tuesday Night Dinner 6:45 pm Discussion: ―Stories of healing‖ Wednesday, January 19 12:00pm— Daily Mass 12:30pm – 10 pm: Eucharistic Adoration 7:00 pm – RCIA Thursday, January 20 12:00pm— Daily Mass Friday, January 21 12:00pm— Daily Mass 3:00 pm – Rosary for Life Leave for FOCUS Conference Saturday, January 22 4:00 pm - Confessions 5:00 pm Sunday Vigil Mass (Newman Center chapel) Sunday, January 23 Return from FOCUS Conference 5:30 pm - Sunday Mass (St. Stephen’s) 7:30pm— Sunday Mass (St. Stephen’s) 10:00pm— Sunday Mass (St. Stephen’s)
FOCUS Bible studies resume this week! Dive into Scripture, learn to pray, and get to know some great GW Catholics this spring. Talk to one of the missionaries or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We have twelve studies going -- at least one will work with your class schedule! Tuesday Night Discussion Father Dan Leary, an incredible, dynamic priest of Washington, will lead the discussion, ―Stories of healing‖. Fr Dan has an amazing healing ministry with many epic stories.
Wednesday Happy (Half) Hour! Wednesday Adoration begins again this Wed., January 19. We need adorers to sign up for half-hour slots between 12:30-10 pm. Let Fr. Greg know which 30 minutes you can spend with Jesus every Wednesday or be on call as a sub when someone can’t make it: email@example.com.
Ski Retreat: February 12 Join us for a day of fun, reflection and skiing at Ski Liberty! We will be gone from 11am- 10pm. Cost $20: includes transportation, lunch, dinner, ski pass and ski rental. Register before Feb. 9th to reserve your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org
“On whomever you see the Spirit come down and remain, he is the one who will baptize with the Holy Spirit.”
-Jn 1:33 All events at the Newman Center unless otherwise noted.