The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available during Adoration and is also available during the regular hours that the Center is open. You are welcome to schedule a time with Fr. Tony Fox, if you would like to.

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Eucharistic Community

On Wednesdays the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered at 7.15 p.m. followed by a fellowship dinner. After Dinner at 8.30p.m. we have a Eucharistic Holy Hour with Prayer and Praise. This is a special time to spend with Our Eucharistic Lord and to bring Him our cares, love and joys. The Blessed Sacrament is reserved in the small chapel and is open to anyone who wants to come and spend time with Jesus during the open hours of the Center.

 

 

Jesus said "Come to me all you that are oberburdened, and I will give you rest. Learn from me. for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your soul." Matthew 11:28-29.

 

In the Eucharist we are shown in a very concrete and real way how loved we are by God.

In the Eucharist we do find rest for our souls.

This peace does not exempt us from the trials of life, but sustains us through our trials as Jesus stretched out his arms on the Cross for us.

The Gabriel Richard Newman Center is centered on Jesus in the Eucharist. The celebration of the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Catholic community. Here at the GRNC the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is celebrated 3 days a week, on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 12:25 p.m. We are aware that students have a limited time for lunch and rest from studies, so Mass is intended to be as simple and prayerful as possible lasting about 20 minutes.

Gabriel Richard Newman Center • 5001 Evergreen, at the North Entrance of U of M-Dearborn • 313-271-6000

The Gabriel Richard Newman Center is a ministry of the Archdiocese of Detroit located between the Campuses of the

University of Michigan and Henry Ford College in Dearborn. We seek to build the reign of God by sharing our faith in

Jesus Christ, as well as by extending hospitality, embracing diversity and responding to others with compassion.

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