Upcoming Events:

Taizé continues every Tuesday at 6pm. Please join us for this time of prayer, music and contemplation. Tea and fellowship follows most weeks. All are welcome!

The 2nd Annual Newman Lecture is on Wednesday, 21 November, beginning at 6pm.  Philosophy professor Meghan Sullivan from the University of Notre Dame will give a compelling and thought-provoking talk, entitled “Public Conversion and Personal Reasons.” This event is free and open to the public, with a reception to follow.

Please join us at Newman University Church for a special mass in celebration of the American Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, 22 November, beginning at 5:30pm. The presider for this mass will be Rev. Edward (Monk) Malloy, president emeritus of the University of Notre Dame, with music provided by the combined choirs of University Church.

Notre Dame stewarding Newman University Church in Dublin

The University of Notre Dame has agreed to steward Newman University Church in Dublin, and has now founded the Notre Dame–Newman Center for Faith and Reason. Built by the then-rector of University College Dublin, Blessed John Henry Newman, the church opened in 1856 and has since been an iconic landmark in Dublin’s city center and a testament to the harmony of faith and reason.

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“We are honored by Archbishop Martin’s invitation to expand the University’s presence in Dublin. Notre Dame stands in a proud legacy of uniting faith and reason, and Cardinal Newman is a giant in that pursuit. We are grateful for the opportunity to deepen appreciation for Cardinal Newman and his writings, and to bring the University’s mission to an iconic church on the Dublin cityscape.”University of Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.

Mission

Director

Rev. William R. Dailey, C.S.C.

Associate Director

Steven C. Warner

The organizing vision for the Notre Dame-Newman Centre for Faith & Reason is to create a space, a community really, in which a lively and intellectually rigorous engagement of faith and culture will occur in a spirit of civil engagement with modernity inspired by the example of Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman, who built the Church that is our home. We hope through beautiful liturgy, inspiring preaching, and planned lectures and concerts to show that the faith in general and the Catholic faith in particular remain vital lenses for seeing all of human reality with clarity. We hope to build a community of informed and inquiring believers who are able to seek the truth with confidence and vigor, to speak the truth in love, and to integrate faith into their worldview, their work, and their engagement with culture.

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