The Newman Catholic Fellowship at Trine University welcomes people of all backgrounds who are seeking spiritual growth and a deeper relationship with the Lord. We aspire, as the new generation of Catholics, to be disciples of Jesus. Through the will of God and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we can create an environment based upon the purposes in our vision, the principles we hold in our hearts, and the truths established through Scripture.
Vision for Our Group:
- To become the best-version-of-ourselves
- To provide regular activities that will promote faith and fellowship
- To celebrate and explore the gifts of the Sacraments
Vision for Our Community:
- To be a shining example of Christ’s light
- To volunteer our time and energy for the sake of universal betterment
- To proclaim the Gospel in our words, thoughts, and actions
Trine Newman Fellowship Officers
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MARCH FOR LIFE IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
JANUARY 19, 2019
Our Trine Newman Fellowship is invited again this year to join the Parish of St. Anthony and the Indiana Knights of Columbus on a journey to Washington in defense of human life and dignity. Watch this space for details!
Schedule of Activities for Fall:
THEOLOGY ON THURSDAY - Every Thursday at 7:00 pm - Laker Lounge (Best Hall 110A)
Theology on Thursday explores issues of interest to students trying to understand all truth! Sometimes we use books, sometimes we follow a video program like The Footprints of God or Discovering the Mass in the Bible. Laker Lounge is right next to the computer lab on the basement floor of Best Hall.
CAFÉ HOLY TONY - 1st Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm - in the Wine Room of Caruso's Restaurant
Café Holy Tony is St. Anthony Parish's discussion group for young Catholics. Trine students are always very welcome! You can read more here.
NEWMAN STUDENT MASS - 2nd Sunday of the month at 7:30 pm - in the St. Anthony Main Church
We gather for the Eucharist together with the Franciscan friars. After Mass, we stay and have supper together. Dates for this semester: September 16, October 21, November 18 ('Dies Academicus') and December 16, 2018.
FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION at St. Anthony's - First Friday of the month beginning at 6:30 p.m.
This includes Eucharistic Adoration, opportunity to Talk with a Friar, candlelight meditation and Benediction. St. Anthony's parish also has children's activities that evening (Girls of Grace and Dragon Slaters), that you are invited to help with. Benediction is at 7:45.