News & Events
Save the Date for A Party!
Please help us welcome Father Alex and all returning students to NMSU, DACC, and Children’s Ministry (Religious Education) with a Parish Potluck on Saturday, September 9th after the 5:30pm Mass. You can bring a side dish or desert and we'll provide the chicken, steak, sausages and drinks. More information soon!
Announcing Oktoberfest 2017
We are so excited to share that we have a date for our annual parish BBQ- Sunday, October 8th! OUr gathering will again be held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Tortugas. This event is at its best with all of our enthusiasm and involvement. Watch the Oktoberfest page and Bulletin for details on how you can volunteer and help. Thank you!
Youth Ministry Has Begun!
Want to receive Youth Ministry messages, updates, and reminders?
Text the message below to the number 81010
For High School: @godsquadlc
For Middle School: @tinysaints
Have a question? Want to know how you can help? Email Carlos Briseno.
Knights of Columbus Comes to Newman Center
The Knights of Columbus is forming a new College Council of the Knights of Columbus here at St. Albert the Great Newman Center. Knights from area councils that are members of the parish are invited to transfer into the new council here. A College Council consists of students and regular members of the Knights. As Knights, we serve our local parish and community while working each to create a better world through charity and service. If you are interested in helping those in need, serving our parish, and growing in faith, then consider joining the Knights! If you interested in joining, stop by after Mass or contact Kerry Morley, State membership and Retention Chairman for the Diocese of Las Cruces at 1-801-870-6002 or via email.
Help Update Our Records
We are asking for your assistance is updating our parish family information. We will be sending a letter with the information we currently have on file. Please review and make corrections as necessary, especially address and family information. This will help us tremendously when we send out Letters of Contributions for tax purposes. Once you have reviewed and corrected any data, you can mail the information back to us, place it in a sealed envelope in the collection box, or drop it off in the office. Thank you!
Try E-Giving for Your Sunday Contribution
Have you ever come to Mass and forgot your Church envelope and are scrambling to find a blank check (if you carry any) or cash? Here is a safe, secure way to ensure your contributions are given to St. Albert’s- our E-giving program. Plus, save paper and time writing checks. For those of you who write checks that is 4 checks and 4 envelopes per month you don’t have to worry about (save those trees!). E-giving donations go right into the parish bank account. You don’t have to worry about mailing it or paying via your bank.
It is a very simple process! Click here to register, indicate how often you want the donations made, for how much, and whether the donation is for Sunday Collections or Second Collections. See how simple the process is! You can go back and adjust it as you need to. If you have any questions, please call Isabel or Mona at 522-6202, we will be glad to help you.
Have You Tried Our
Newman Mobile App?
We are excited to announce the release of a new Mobile App for our parish. This app is available for download in the Android and Apple Stores. The app is a new and effective way for the parish to communicate with you and for you to stay connected with the parish. The app is PACKED with prayer resources including Liturgy of the Hours, Daily Mass Readings, the Order of the Mass, Sunday Reading Reflections, the Bible, the Catechism, a digital rosary and on and on. It is also has tons of educational resources, parish events, mass schedules and more. Best of all, we can alert you of extra special happenings and cancellations via the app’s push notifications system. Click here to download the Newman App!
"Welcoming the Stranger": A Community Prayer Service
In response to recent events, interfaith leaders from the Las Cruces community offered an opportunity for community members to unite their voices in thoughtful prayer and reflection on Friday, February 3rd. The interfaith leaders who organized this gathering were Bishop Oscar Cantu, Pastor Jared Carson of Peace Lutheran Church, Rabbi Larry Karol of Temple Beth-El, and Radwan Jallad of the Islamic Center of Las Cruces.
They said they hoped to reaffirm our belief that the United States can and should be a nation that welcomes people seeking opportunity and individuals and families who are hoping to find refuge here from conflict and challenges in their home countries. The interfaith leaders issued a joint statement at a press conference prior to the prayer service. Click here to read.