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Mass Schedule

Mass Schedule
Saturday 4:00 PM St. Vincent Blessed Sacrament
Sunday 8:00 AM St. Vincent Blessed Sacrament
Sunday 10:30 AM St. Vincent Blessed Sacrament
Sunday 5:00 PM Newman House

Directions

Newman House is located within walking distance from BU's main campus at 400 Murray Hill Road, Vestal,NY. From East Dr., follow the walkway through Newing College residential community between Bingham and Broome Hall. If commuting, on-street parking is available on Murray Hill Rd.

Contributions

Alternatively, please download this PDF and send contributions to:

Newman House at Binghamton University
400 Murray Hill Road
Vestal, NY 13850

There are also many other ways to support the Newman House other than financial contributions. The Newman House accepts any trade work that could help improve the Catholic community. If you have any skills that you would like to offer to the church, please e-mail Sr. Rose at srrose@binghamton.edu

Community Events

Testimonial

I have been an active member of the Newman House at Binghamton University for four years and I can truly say that it has become a home away from home. The Newman House provides a warm and welcoming community where students can share, explore and discover more about themselves and their faith. Over the years, as a member, I have built meaningful and lasting friendships and I have grown both spiritually and socially. In the Newman House, I am a member of the student run music ministry, where I work collaboratively with other musicians to prepare and perform arrangements for weekend masses. By doing this, I am able to combine my passion for music with my Catholic values. Further, I attend "Eat, Pray, Love," where we share a meal on Friday nights and I participate in a group of upperclassman where we discuss compelling topics about our faith and modern society. This spring break I was involved in the mission trip to Philadelphia where we assisted with renovations of low income housing units, supervised students in a community after-school program and supported families by working at the local thrift store in the community rehabilitation center. The Newman House provides numerous opportunities to become involved within the community both on and off campus.

Every time I walk through the doors of the Newman House, I am overcome with feelings of comfort, love and friendship. Sister Rose has wholeheartedly created this unique environment that allows us to feel a part of a second family, when our immediate families are far away. Lastly, as a member of such a kindhearted, intelligent and caring group of people, I have learned to embrace a life where I cherish every moment. The Newman House holds a special place in my heart and my experience here stands as an unforgettable highlight in my undergraduate education at Binghamton University.

Jessica Biagiotti