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Newman Night for Undergrads

Wednesdays at 7:30PM

Undergrads - take a break mid-week and join us in community to be renewed in our faith.

This week:  Students…….Before you start getting stressed about finals, come and remember
what you are thankful for amongst warm food and friends as we make and decorate our own luminaria in preparation for advent and
Bring a picture of deceased loved ones for the ofrenda/altar we will have displayed this month near the Book of Remembrance.

Graduate Students/Young Professionals

Our Young Adult Group meets every Thursday at 7:30PM downstairs in the Student Lounge for young professionals and graduate students between the ages of 22 and 35.  

This week: another round of Heretics Letters where reflections written by young adults are read followed by a lively discussion on its heresy and/or orthodoxy.

Keep up to date with the group on Facebook at:


Knights of Columbus
Homeless Outreach Project & Fall Food Drive

On November 18th, our Knights of Columbus Council #16061 will again be preparing sack lunches for homeless women and men and distributing them in local parks.  We invite any member of the parish to help us prepare and distribute these lunches.  Please join us in the parish kitchen at 9:00 am on November 18 - you are welcome to help with assembling and distribution!

Also, from now until December 16th we are collecting non-perishable food items at all of the Masses to be distributed to local shelters and organizations.  Thanks for your generosity of time, talent & treasure in support of our brothers and sisters in need.

Volunteer to help with RCIA Lunches

Do you like to share hospitality through a meal? You can help people who are exploring becoming Catholic feel welcome. Consider sharing lunch with those in RCIA on a Sunday this Fall (approximately 15 people). For more information contact Edella Schlager at

Wreaths Across America

Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, our mission to Remember, Honor and Teach 
There are over 13,000 Veteran’s gravesites at
 Holy Hope Cemetery.  Your $15 Donation*
places a fresh evergreen wreath on a Veteran’s Gravesite.
In honor of SGT. Martin A Lugo  KIA August 19th, 2010
To sponsor a wreath go to
Holy Hope Cemetery, Tucson, AZ
Group ID - AZ0092P
St. Thomas More Catholic Newman Center
Peace and Social Justice Committee

*Your $15 Donation is fully tax deductible as allowed by law.
For more info contact: Genevieve Gallardo

Mass & Worship Schedule

Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:15PM
Sunday Masses: 9AM, 11AM, 5PM & 7PM

Monday-Friday: Morning Prayer (Lauds) at 8:30AM, Evening Prayer (Vespers) at 5:00PM, Daily Mass at 5:15PM

Reconciliation: Saturday 4-5PM; Sundays 4-4:45PM or by appointment with a priest.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Wednesdays at 9PM in the church with choir

View our calendar online for the most current information.

How to financially support Newman

Did you know that our weekly offertory during Mass is what makes it possible to pay our staff and bills?  We know that carrying cash is not always a regular practice so we've added a new alternative with our Online Giving Program.  It provides an easy way to track your contributions for tax credit purposes and allows our alumni and parents an easy way to help out financially.

Text UACatholic to 555888 for a link on your mobile phone or visit

United Way: Pima County and City of Tucson ECAP Program ID:  #1208

Thanks for your consideration and generosity!
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