Newman Hall is the Roman Catholic community at the University of California, Berkeley. We are a Eucharistic community, striving to make the promise and challenge of the Gospel and the Catholic tradition a tangible reality in our own lives and the lives of the university community, the residents of our parish, and those drawn to us by the movement of God’s grace. For 101 years we have been served and guided by the Paulist Fathers and their mission of evangelization, reconciliation, and ecumenism & interfaith relations.


CAL Graduation Week Hours and Summer Hour

Reduced Hours for CAL Graduation Week: May 16-20

Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm

Summer Hours will begin on Saturday, May 21st

Sunday

7:15-11:45am; 4:15-6pm; 9:15-11:15pm

Monday-Friday

9am-1pm

Saturday

3:30-6pm

Please also check the mass times for the updated summer schedule. The new schedule takes effect starting May 16, 2016.

Volunteer with Loaves & Fishes Every 1st Saturday

loaves-and-fishes-picLoaves & Fishes is held every 1st Saturday for the month. We serve dinner for 100 homeless and needy guests. We NEED volunteers. Come help prepare dinner, serve dinner, host guests, and more! See below for more shift information and how to sign-up.

SHIFTS

Kitchen: 8am-12pm(food prep), 12pm-4pm(food prep), 4pm-7pm(clean-up/dishwashing)

Patio Crew: 1:30pm-6pm (set-up coffee bar, issue tickets, etc.)

Bathroom Monitors: 2pm-4:30pm, 4:30-7pm (2-3 people per shift)

Dining Room Host: 4pm-7pm (host a table with guests; 14 people)

Dining Room Server: 4pm-7pm (Serve guests at tables; 14 people)

To sign-up please email lf.newman.hall@gmail.com with your name, email, and shift choice.

For more information on Loaves & Fishes, check out this link.

Thank you!

Fr. Al Campus Ministry Fund

Fr. AlThough Fr. Al is living at the Mercy Center, his legacy lives on in all the wonderful ways he has touched students and resident community members during his 33 years of ministry at Newman. We are establishing a Fr. Al Fund in honor of him so Newman can continue the wonderful ministries he championed at Newman – spiritual direction and student counseling, discernment group, candlelight Mass, outreach to students on campus, RCIA, faculty dinner and discussion, celebrating the sacrament of reconciliation, and student retreats.

Please prayerfully consider how you might financially support this fund. You can donate through envelopes (found in the Newman lobby) or through our online giving, FaithDirect. If you are giving through check, just note on it, “Fr. Al Fund.” Don’t forget to also consider including the fund in your will.