Christian philosopher James K.A. Smith to speak on ‘Resident Aliens: The City of God in a Secular Age’

Christian philosopher and speaker James K.A. Smith will be at Newman University from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Feb. 23 and 24, in the Jabara Flexible Theater located in the… Continue reading Christian philosopher James K.A. Smith to speak on ‘Resident Aliens: The City of God in a Secular Age’

Newman University to hold Spring 2017 graduation activities May 12-13

Newman University will stage a number of events May 12 and 13 to celebrate Fall 2016, Spring 2017, and Summer 2017 Graduates. Both the undergraduate and graduate ceremonies taking place… Continue reading Newman University to hold Spring 2017 graduation activities May 12-13

Students get the opportunity to travel to Liberia for pilgrimage

Between May 11 and 20, 2017,  a delegation of two sisters — one associate and one sojourner — and two women Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) scholars from Newman University… Continue reading Students get the opportunity to travel to Liberia for pilgrimage

Lauren Fontarum joins Catholic Diocese in trip to Holy Land

Arvin and Lauren Fontarum at the ruins at Caesaria Maritime.

Newman University Director of Student Activities Lauren Fontarum returned from a weeklong pilgrimage to the Holy Land on Dec. 8. She was one of more than 100 people from the Catholic Diocese… Continue reading Lauren Fontarum joins Catholic Diocese in trip to Holy Land

‘Research and Refreshments’ features Associate Professor of Theology Joshua Papsdorf Ph.D.

The Dugan Library will host “Research and Refreshments” from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26 in the Tarcisia Roths, ASC Alumni Center. This event will feature Associate Professor of… Continue reading ‘Research and Refreshments’ features Associate Professor of Theology Joshua Papsdorf Ph.D.

Ministry retreat offers a time of fellowship and community service

The Newman University Campus Ministry office held its annual fall retreat at Camp Tawakoni in Wichita on Friday, Oct. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 16. The purpose of the retreat was to combine service and… Continue reading Ministry retreat offers a time of fellowship and community service

Theology program introduces partnership, new courses

In the spring 2016 semester, The Newman University graduate program in Theology will begin a new partnership with the Office of Faith Formation for the Catholic Diocese of Wichita. According to Joshua… Continue reading Theology program introduces partnership, new courses

Theology Department, Gerber Institute bring speakers to Newman campus

In an effort to help the university community prepare for October’s Ordinary Synod of Bishops on the Family, the Newman University Department of Theology and the Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies are bringing two… Continue reading Theology Department, Gerber Institute bring speakers to Newman campus

Pastoral ministry program in Oklahoma celebrates 30 year anniversary

Archbishop Paul S. Coakley celebrated the Eucharist at the 30th anniversary event.

Aug. 8, 2015 was a special day for many in the Oklahoma City area, as members of the Newman University pastoral ministry program celebrated the 30th anniversary of the program’s… Continue reading Pastoral ministry program in Oklahoma celebrates 30 year anniversary

Newman University theology trip highlighted by visit with Pope Francis

Associate Professor of Theology and Coordinator of the Graduate Theology Program Father Joe Gile recently took a group of Newman University theology graduate students to Rome for an annual program trip. During… Continue reading Newman University theology trip highlighted by visit with Pope Francis

New masters in theology programs draw widespread interest

Newman University’s new graduate program in theology is drawing interest from a wide range of people from across the Wichita metropolitan community.