The Newman Apostolate
The Newman Apostolate provides pastoral care for the students, faculty, administration and
staff of secular and private universities and colleges within the Diocese of Allentown.
"Students who attend colleges, universities, and other institutions
of higher learning are the leaders of future generations. Within the Diocese
of Allentown there are substantial and ever incresing numbers of Catholic students
in non-Catholic institutions of higher learning. It is the function of the Newman
Apostolate to help them develop a mature faith that they might be complete persons
in the image of Christ. The Newman Apostolate makes the pilgrim church, which is
missionary by its very nature, conveniently accessible to many who wish to learn from it."
The First Synod of the Allentown Diocese, May 1, 1968
The Newman Center at Muhlenberg College
The center is located on the Muhlenberg College campus at:
2339 Liberty Street
Allentown, PA 18104
The Chaplain resident at the Newman Center is:
Reverend Dr. John Krivak
Students in Newman
The Students In Newman (S.I.N.) seek to enrich all members of the Muhlenberg
community by sponsoring social, devotional, educational and service events, grounded
in faith in God and handed on in the Roman Catholic tradition. This organization
also strives to unite the Muhlenberg community, regardless of religious affiliation,
through a loving and inclusive way.
Serving Muhlenberg College and Cedar Crest College
The Newman Center at serves the Roman Catholic Campus Ministry of both Muhlenbeg College
and Cedar Crest College.
|Muhlenberg College Crest
Cross & Country, The Arrow of the Very Holy Trinity
|Newman Apostolate Crest
Heart Speaks to Heart
|Cedar Crest College Crest
Religion, Freedom and Knowledge
Who is the Newman Center Named After?
Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman Cardinal-Deacon of St. George in Velabro,
philosopher, man of letters, leader of the Tractarian Movement,
and the most illustrious of English converts to the Church. more...