FALL BREAK: The Newman Center is Closed on October 18-22, No Eucharistic Adoration, Confessions, or Mass. Regular schedule resumes Wednesday, October 23.
Visit our events calendar for the latest sacrament and event info.
8.25.19: Walk to Sunday Mass with us! Meet at 5 PM at the Newman Center to walk to St. Stephen Martyr. Mass is followed by free pizza!
6:10 pm Weekday Mass
Daily Masses are Monday - Friday in the Newman Center Chapel during the school year.
Sunday Student Masses
5:30 PM Sunday Mass is at St. Stephen Martyr
Click here for map to St. Stephen
9:00 PM Sunday Mass is at the Newman Center Chapel
(Confessions are 30 minutes before Masses)
If you are ever in need of Mass anywhere in the world check out Masstimes.org for a listing of Catholic Churches.
(Masses for Holy Days of Obligation and other special days will be announced on the calendar and facebook)
Baptism, First Eucharist, and Confirmation
If you are a GW student in need of the Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, and/or Confirmation, please consider joining our RCIA program.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation
Monday - Friday at 5:3o - 6:00 PM in the Newman Center Chapel
Sunday's at 5:00 PM at St. Stephen Martyr Catholic Church
Sunday's at 8:30 PM in the Newman Center Chapel
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is one of God’s greatest gifts to His people but is often under utilized. Confession is a means of asking God for forgiveness and receiving His grace to conquer sin. If it has been a while since your last confession no worries, we have printed guides, and our Chaplain, Fr. Martino Choi, is happy to walk you through it!
Monday - Friday 5 - 6 PM in the Newman Center Chapel.
Eucharistic Adoration is a practice where the Blessed Sacrament is exposed to be adored by the faithful. Even a few minutes of prayer before the Sacrament can be incredibly fruitful, so come by the chapel whenever you have time throughout the day! We offer Eucharistic Adoration at these times:
We suggest watching this video for more information on the practice of Eucharistic Adoration.