With the first semester of the Spiritual Companions project coming to a close, the men’s baseball team expresses its thanks.
At 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 11, translator, poet, and writer Mark S. Burrows, Ph.D., will present “An Evening to Discover… Saving Beauty: Cultivating an abundant life in a time of pandemic.” The presentation will be held in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on the Newman University campus.
Rising Newman senior Kelly Mai is a 2021 recipient of the KICF-Maud Wyatt Recognition Scholarship.
On June 7, a 75th birthday celebration was held for women of the Sacred Heart Academy (now Newman University) class of 1964. The “Still Cruising 75 at 75” themed party included a luncheon, birthday cake, class photos from the university archives and even newly made Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) keychains as party favors.
Newman University has launched two new financial aid grant programs designed to help make a Catholic college education more affordable for families.
At Newman University’s commencement May 7, Wichita Diocese Bishop Most Rev. Carl A. Kemme received Newman University’s degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa. He received this honor for… Continue reading Bishop Kemme receives honorary degree, shares message to inspire leadership
The remains of Father Emil Kapaun, who was ordained into priesthood in 1940 in St. John’s Chapel at what is now Newman University, were recently identified by a United States… Continue reading Father Emil Kapaun coming home
While many may know her as a professor of English, Marguerite Regan, Ph.D., is also an observant storyteller and published author of the 2010 collaboratively composed novel, “The Journey Home:… Continue reading The story behind ‘The Journey Home: Autobiography of an American Swami’
One of the many celebrations during Heritage Month at Newman University honors its namesake, St. John Henry Newman. Father Adam Grelinger, Newman University chaplain, celebrated the annual St. John Henry… Continue reading Newman University celebrates St. John Henry Newman Mass
Newman University will celebrate Ash Wednesday with a Mass held on Feb. 17 at 12:05 p.m. in St. John’s Chapel. The public is welcome to join in celebrating the first… Continue reading Celebrating the Lenten season on Ash Wednesday
Newman University students, staff and faculty now have a more convenient way to connect with the university’s founding order and sponsor, the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC). Sr.… Continue reading ASC passionate about connecting with Newman community
As students, staff and faculty begin a new year and a new semester at Newman University, many are still recovering from 2020 — a year of cancellations, changes, isolation and… Continue reading Newman chaplain offers guidance for new semester
Two sports involving flying discs are gaining popularity on the Newman campus. “There are two different things going on with flying discs: ultimate Frisbee and disc golf,” said Newman University… Continue reading Flying discs on campus are gaining popularity
Taking action to battle poverty isn’t new for Sister Tarcisia Roths, ASC. The former Newman University president has been involved in Thrive! Delano since 2014 and continues to work closely… Continue reading Thrive! Delano has special ASC-Newman connection
Newman University Campus Ministry will host an outdoor adoration and celebration in honor of St. John Henry Newman’s Feast Day. The event will take place at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 9,… Continue reading Celebrate St. John Henry Newman’s Feast Day
Newman student Brandon Taylor said no matter where he’s at or what career he is in, he just wants to help people. This is also the reason he doesn’t ever… Continue reading Growing in faith through higher education
Amy Aguirre will be working toward her Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia through Newman University’s Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) program beginning fall 2020. She said she looks forward… Continue reading Newman student works in TX COVID unit, strengthens faith and prayer life
Above photo from left to right: Sr. Therese Wetta ’64, ASC, Dr. Brad Dart ’97, Francis Sio, Augustine Sio When God wants something done, He sure knows how to make… Continue reading Newman alumni connect, assist in arranging life-changing surgery
Newman University’s Catholic heritage is the foundation of a Newman University education, and one that student Marie O’Neal holds dear. Marie, who is majoring in international studies and minoring in… Continue reading Student engages fully in Newman Catholic heritage
Newman University recently announced Kathleen S. Jagger, Ph.D., as its 12th president. The former president of Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Kentucky will begin her duties as Newman University… Continue reading Faith, service and liberal arts: Newman’s next president looks to the future
As a response to the loneliness of social isolation, Newman University Campus Ministry is increasing its online presence in order to uphold the university’s strong community atmosphere in this time… Continue reading Join Campus Ministry on the virtual red couch
At St. John Henry Newman Mass on Feb. 20, Father Adam Grelinger delivered a homily based on a poem by Saint John Henry Newman titled ‘My Birthday.’ Newman wrote the… Continue reading St. John Henry Newman Birthday Poem – a homily
The Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC), who founded Newman University, will celebrate 150 years of ministry in the U.S. in 2020. The ASC was founded in Italy on… Continue reading The American ASC: Looking back at 150 years in the U.S.A
The Campus Ministry office at Newman University recently unveiled a colorful mural depicting Mary, Undoer of Knots. Father Adam Grelinger, Newman chaplain, said the goal was to create a relaxing,… Continue reading Mural in Campus Ministry offers hope
As we welcome in a new year with all its many adventures to come, we look back and celebrate all the great things 2019 brought us.
The Newman University community is buzzing with excitement for the canonization of its namesake.
Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman will be declared a saint Oct. 13, 2019, and Newman University Campus Ministry is coordinating some events to help celebrate and honor this special occasion.… Continue reading Campus Ministry to celebrate the canonization of namesake
Sister Mary Thomasine Stoecklein, ASC, passed away Sept. 4, 2019, at age 96. Her contributions to education and athletic achievement at Newman University will be remembered by the Newman community.… Continue reading The life and legacy of Sister Mary Thomasine Stoecklein
Newman University welcomed back a friendly face in June 2019 — alumnus Father Adam Grelinger has been assigned as the new chaplain.
St. John’s Chapel rests in the center of Newman University. The chapel is located in Sacred Heart Hall. Being a setting for worship, it deserves to be well-polished, which is… Continue reading St. John’s Chapel receives renovations
Amanda Becker, a December 2018 graduate with a degree in theology and mathematics, is headed to Baylor in the fall to pursue her dream of teaching theology. Becker never planned… Continue reading Theology and mathematics graduate attends Baylor
The Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) are joining the podcast world with their new show “Habits: The Good, The Bad and the Holy.” The ASC sisters released their… Continue reading ASC launches ‘Habits’ podcast
As students go through the last semester of the year, stresses begin to accumulate and personal reflection time becomes rare. The Newman University campus ministry office put together a special… Continue reading Campus Ministry Women take a day to reflect