I am a Community Member
Welcome! The All Saints Catholic Newman Center community serves the thousands of Catholic students, staff and community members here at Arizona State University. The Newman Center is a non-geographical parish that serves the university community. Our non-student members who worship at the Newman Center understand that the Center may not offer all of the ministries of a typical parish, but choose to come here to support the mission of Catholic campus ministry at ASU.
Our staff and students rely heavily on the support, prayers, involvement, and generosity of our community members to provide the capacity to fulfill our mission. Our families and friends provide a true witness of faithful Catholic leadership for our students and they help young Catholics grow into future Church leaders.
Our patron, John Henry Cardinal Newman, passionately advocated for Catholic students, and the permanent community here follows in his footsteps. We're also under the patronage of All Saints. With such amazing, holy men and women praying for us in heaven, our Bishop, Thomas Olmsted and diocesan support, a dynamic staff, and a great community, the Holy Spirit is certainly doing great work through the Newman Center.
Spend some time exploring the website to learn more about what Newman has to offer and how you can get involved. The links below have information particularly for community members and more opportunities are other places on the website. The best way to stay in the know about what's going on around here is to register. You can also join our monthly e-newsletter and learn about upcoming events and special announcements.
The Newman Center is here to complement and enrich the faith of all who come. Don't hesitate to contact any of the staff members with questions, comments, or concerns.
If you'd like to get more involved, consider serving as a liturgical minister, volunteering on a community service project, making a donation, or contacting a staff member to learn about other opportunities.