LoboCatholic: UNM Aquinas Newman Center

The Aquinas Newman Center on the UNM Campus is the Catholic hub for young adults in Albuquerque. We are really about one thing: bringing people to Jesus!

MASS TIMES: Daily: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:00 AM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 5:15 PM Saturday: 8:30 AM Sunday: 4:30 PM (Saturday Vigil Mass) 9:00 AM 11:00 AM 5:00 PM (Student Mass during the school year) CONFESSION TIMES: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:30 - 8:00 AM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 4:15 - 5:00 PM Saturday: 3:00 - 4:30 PM

Mission: To get to heaven.

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Rare Footage of St. Padre Pio's Last Mass (He Died a Few Hours Later!) |

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[09/23/20]   "Love Our Lady and make her loved; always recite the Rosary and recite it as often as possible."
— St. Padre Pio

It's still not too late to join the ASCEND Men's group. Consecration to St. Joseph begins Wednesday Sept. 30th. Sign up at lobocatholic.org in order to participate.

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Padre Pio Mysteriously Visits Child With Leukemia: The Little-Known Visions of an Anglican Boy |

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Memorial of Saint Padre Pio 2020

https://youtu.be/wQJMXYY9MO0

Full Mass by Father Michael DePalma

Archdiocese of Santa Fe Seminarians

For all of those joining us each day to pray for one priest or seminarian - thank you so much! Here in our Archdiocese we have so many wonderful men who have answered God's call to become priests to serve the people of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe! God bless you for answering the call to pray for them! Please give us a thumbs up to show your participation!

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25th Tuesday of Ordinary Time. 2020

https://youtu.be/G_iN_rPW5FI

Full mass by Father Michael DePalma.

[09/22/20]   LOBOCATHOLICS, PLEASE NOTE:
Tuesday’s & Thursday’s confessions
are from 4-5 pm. Father has to repose our Lord; he cannot hear any confessions after 5.

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26 Photos of the Beloved 20th C. Stigmatist St. Padre Pio |

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Singer Andrea Bocelli Venerates St. Padre Pio's Incorrupt Body, Reveals Devotion: "I've Always Felt His Protection" |

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Women of Grace

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Oh how far we would advance in the spiritual life and in accomplishing God’s will if we could truly live out this advice from our dear little saint.

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St. Ignatius of Santhia (1686-1770) was born in Italy to an upper-class family. He received his early education from a devout priest, a relative of his mother, who inspired him to join the priesthood. He studied philosophy and theology, and after his ordination served as a diocesan priest for six years. St. Ignatius earned a reputation as an excellent preacher of retreats and missions, and he had a promising future within the diocese. His family and parishioners were surprised and disappointed when he decided to join the Capuchin Franciscans in Turin as a poor, humble friar. However, St. Ignatius flourished in the poverty and simplicity of the Franciscan way of life. He became well-known for his wisdom and sanctity, and many people from all walks of life came to him for confession and spiritual direction. He had a great devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary and prayed the rosary faithfully. He served God with humble obedience and inspired this virtue in the Franciscan novices over whom he had charge. He spent his last years on a sickbed where he continued to hear confessions and give direction to his visitors. St. Ignatius of Santhia's feast day is September 22nd.

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The Supernatural Power of Humility, According to the Saints |

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St. Matthew the Apostle (1st c.) was a Jew who also went by the name of Levi. He was from Galilee and served in Capernaum as a tax collector for Herod Antipas before becoming a disciple of Jesus. It was in the home of St. Matthew that Jesus dined with the "sinners and tax collectors." Under Jesus' influence St. Matthew was led to repentance for the evil he had done as a tax-collector, a position despised by his fellow Jews. He repaid those he cheated four-fold, sold all his possessions, and followed Christ as one of the twelve Apostles. St. Matthew preached among the Jews for fifteen years following the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus. He is the author of the Gospel that bears his name, which he wrote to convince the Jews that Jesus Christ was the Messiah promised to Israel. According to tradition, St. Matthew the Apostle brought the Gospel to Syria, Media, Persia, Parthia, and finished his preaching in Ethiopia with a martyr’s death. He is the patron of guards, bankers, accountants, security forces, and stock brokers. His feast day is September 21st.

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Feast of St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist 2020

https://youtu.be/MRiFsET6xiw

Full Mass by Father Michael DePalma

Archdiocese of Santa Fe Seminarians

For all of those joining us each day to pray for one priest or seminarian - thank you so much! Here in our Archdiocese we have so many wonderful men who have answered God's call to become priests to serve the people of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe! God bless you for answering the call to pray for them! Please give us a thumbs up to show your participation!

St. Andrew Kim Tae-gon (1821-1846) was born to a noble family in Korea, and was baptized at the age of 15 after his parents converted to the Catholic faith. Andrew's father, great-grandfather, and great-uncle were martyred during the government's staunch persecution against Christianity, leaving the remaining family in poverty. Andrew was later chosen to travel over 1,000 miles to the nearest seminary in China to be trained for the priesthood. He was ordained in Shanghai as the first native Korean priest in the Church's history of evangelizing in that country. He returned to Korea in secrecy to avoid detection by the authorities. Once back in his hometown, he worked to catechize the faithful until his bishop summoned him to Seoul to help smuggle French missionaries from China into Korea, with the aid of Chinese fishermen. During this operation he was caught and imprisoned by the border patrol, and charged as a traitor to his country. He was tortured and beheaded on September 16, 1846, at the age of 25. Pope John Paul II canonized Fr. Andrew Kim Tae-gon, along with 102 other Korean martyrs, on May 6, 1984. St. Andrew Kim Tae-gon is the patron saint of Korea. His feast day is celebrated on September 20th.

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24th Saturday of Ordinary Time 2020

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Full Mass by Father Michael DePalma

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25th Sunday of Ordinary Time

https://youtu.be/BncbUmnNoKE

St. Januarius (d. 305 A.D.), also known as San Gennaro, was the Bishop of Benevento, Italy. Little is known of his early life. He was arrested and imprisoned for his faith while visiting other Christians in jail during the persecution of Roman Emperor Diocletian. Many attempts were made to kill him, but one after another they failed. He was thrown into a fiery furnace, but he came out unscathed. He was then thrown to wild beasts in the amphitheater, but they did not attack. He was finally beheaded, and his blood was collected by Christians and kept in a sealed glass vial for veneration. The vial of blood is still kept today in the Naples cathedral, and it has continually demonstrated miraculous properties for which no scientific explanation has been offered. St. Januarius' blood liquefies and becomes fresh on particular occasions throughout the year, especially his feast day, for which the saint has become famous. This phenomenon has been occurring with regularity for centuries, and is one of the "blood miracles" that is historically well-documented among the relics of certain saints. He is the patron saint of blood banks and the city of Naples, Italy. St. Januarius's feast day is September 19th.

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5 Saints Who Totally Had Superpowers |

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24th Friday of Ordinary Time 2020

https://youtu.be/r2tZ185KdPw

Full Mass by Father Michael DePalma

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Memorial Of St. Robert Bellarmine. 2020

https://youtu.be/83cWdiQslRw

Full Mass by Father Michael DePalma.

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6 Incredible Saints Whose Bodies Are Incorrupt & Where You Can Find Them |

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[09/17/20]   "You have never begrudged the martyrs their triumph but rather trained them for it. And so I am asking you to be consistent with the lessons you teach them. Just beg for me the courage and endurance not only to speak but also to will what is right, so that I may not only be called a Christian, but prove to be one. For if I prove myself to be a Christian by martyrdom, then people will call me one, and my loyalty to Christ will be apparent when the world sees me no more. Nothing you can see is truly good. For our Lord Jesus Christ, now that he has returned to his Father, has revealed himself more clearly. Our task is not one of producing persuasive propaganda; Christianity shows its greatness when it is hated by the world."
— St. Ignatius of Antioch

Born at Montepulciano, Italy, October 4, 1542, St. Robert Bellarmine was the third of ten children. His mother, Cinzia Cervini, a niece of Pope Marcellus II, was dedicated to almsgiving, prayer, meditation, fasting, and mortification of the body.

Robert entered the newly formed Society of Jesus in 1560 and after his ordination went on to teach at Louvain (1570-1576) where he became famous for his Latin sermons. In 1576, he was appointed to the chair of controversial theology at the Roman College, becoming Rector in 1592; he went on to become Provincial of Naples in 1594 and Cardinal in 1598.

This outstanding scholar and devoted servant of God defended the Apostolic See against the anti-clericals in Venice and against the political tenets of James I of England. He composed an exhaustive apologetic work against the prevailing heretics of his day. In the field of church-state relations, he took a position based on principles now regarded as fundamentally democratic - authority originates with God, but is vested in the people, who entrust it to fit rulers.

This saint was the spiritual father of St. Aloysius Gonzaga, helped St. Francis de Sales obtain formal approval of the Visitation Order, and in his prudence opposed severe action in the case of Galileo. He has left us a host of important writings, including works of devotion and instruction, as well as controversy. He died in 1621.

St. Hildegard von Bingen (1098–1179) was born to a large and noble German family. She began to have mystical visions at the age of three which continued throughout her life. Her parents, promising her to the service of God, sent her to be educated at the Benedictine Abbey by an anchoress when she was about eight years of age. At the age of fourteen she became a consecrated nun attached to the Abbey, where she lived a quiet life of prayer for many years. At the age of 38, after the anchoress' death, she was chosen as the new leader of a growing group of nuns. Hildegard led a remarkable and unusual life for a woman of her day. She was an avid composer of sacred music and liturgy, in addition to poems and plays. She also wrote heavily on theology, natural medicine, and natural science. At the age of 42, at the command of God, Hildegard began writing down what she saw in her visions. Her works were widely read, even by the Pope, and leaders around the world sought her council. Her fame as a mystic and prophetess grew, earning her the name "Sibyl of the Rhine." More nuns flocked to join her, causing Hildegard to establish a new monastery at Rupertsberg. She wrote proficiently on the harmony of created nature and man's need to live in balance with it, especially in virtue, morality, and the love of God, which led Pope Benedict XVI to declare her the fourth female Doctor of the Church in 2012 alongside Teresa of Avila, Catherine of Siena, and Thérèse of Lisieux. Because her works were far ahead of her time she is regarded as a historical phenomenon. Hildegard of Bingen is considered the founder of scientific natural history in Germany. Her feast day is September 17th.

Pope St. Cornelius (d. 253 A.D.) was a Roman citizen and a holy priest who became the twenty-first successor to the chair of St. Peter, following a fourteen-month vacancy when Pope St. Fabian was martyred by Roman Emperor Decius. When the Emperor temporarily left Rome, the persecution against the Christians subsided long enough for the Church to elect St. Cornelius as the new Roman Pontiff. During Pope St. Cornelius' two year reign a great controversy arose as to what to do with Catholics who apostatized from the Christian faith under threat of death during the persecution. Many were being received back to the sacraments without any penance. In response to the scandal, some maintained that apostates could not be forgiven and could only be admitted back to the sacraments if they were re-baptized. Chief among them was a priest named Novatian, who, as a result of the scandal, caused a schism when he had himself consecrated as an anti-pope. In response, Pope St. Cornelius convened a synod of bishops to confirm his rightful authority as Pope. Novatian was excommunicated and his doctrine was condemned as heresy. Pope St. Cornelius proclaimed that the Church had the power and authority to forgive repentant apostasy, and that converted apostates could be readmitted to the sacraments after true contrition with adequate penance. Soon a new wave of persecution against the Christians broke out, and Pope St. Cornelius was driven into exile and martyred. His feast day is celebrated on September 16th.

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Memorial of Saints Cornelius and Cyprian 2020

https://youtu.be/yTC_elPm0eY

Full Mass by Father Michael DePalma

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Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows. 2020

https://youtu.be/HQyyDRtGHYY

Full Mass by Father Michale DePalma.

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How to develop a daily prayer life.

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Father Michael DePalma. How to develop a daily prayer life.

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C.S. Lewis' Profound Answer to Why God Remains Silent, Even in Suffering |

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Greatest Hug in History: A Mystic's Account of Jesus & Mary's Embrace After the Resurrection |

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The Seven Sorrows of Mary & The Promises to Those Who Meditate Upon Them Daily |

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Albuquerque, NM
87106-3803
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Veil By Tradition Veil By Tradition
[email protected]
Albuquerque, 87104

FREE CHAPEL VEIL/ CATHOLIC MANTILLA, invitation to sisters in Christ to promote the Roman Catholic tradition of women veiling at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass & in the presence of Christ in the Eucharist!

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Masses: Monday through Friday - 8:00am and 6:00pm, Saturdays - 5:00pm, Sundays - 7:00am, 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 5:00pm

Aquinas Newman Center: Campus Ministry Aquinas Newman Center: Campus Ministry
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The Newman Center is your home away from home! Serving UNM, Newman is an oasis of faith, fun and friends. Working hand in hand with our Dominican priests, brother, and staff, our student leaders offer you a myriad of programs and activities, all in a dive

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We are a multicultural community guided by the Holy Spirit and the Catholic Church. Our family of faith leads a Christ-centered life to enrich our world through sacraments, worship, service and hospitality.

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