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Jeremy Roca

LIU Post Interfaith Center

LIU Post

720 Northern Blvd.
Brookville, NY 11548
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Phone: 516-299-2229
Fax: 516-299-2228

Student Population:
900
Approx. Catholic
Student Population:

450

Welcome to your Spiritual Home. God’s plan for our life is so much better than you could ever imagine! Let us help you experience life to the fullest in the midst of relationships and genuine community! As Community, we are gathered. We are a community of imperfect men and women who strive to be faithful to the promises of our baptism by living the gospel of the Lord Jesus and gathering to give praise and thanksgiving to our God in our celebrations of Holy Mass.

Our Community represents a rich mixture of students, the really religious and the no so religious, the conservative and the liberal, the gay and the straight, the frat brother, the sorority sister and the athlete, the life of the party and the introvert, and everything in between. Together we encourage one another to be faithful Catholic Christians in the midst of a complete and wonderful, yet messy world. Our Chaplain is Rev. Elias Carr (domelias@canonry.org), and our Campus Minister is Govinda Willard. For more information, please contact Govinda Willard at gwillard@drvc.org. All are welcome!

Schedules

Mass Times

WORSHIP - We are nourished.

Our communal celebration of Holy Mass is very important to us; we want it truly to be the source and summit of our spiritual lives. 

-Sunday Mass at 8:00PM in the Chapel 
-Wednesday Mass at 8:00PM in the Chapel

Confession Times

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered before Sunday Mass, and Wednesday Daily Mass, and by appointment with our Chaplain, Fr. Duffy.

Please email our Chaplain at FatherDuffy@me.com

People

LIU Post Interfaith Center Staff


Newman Connection members associated with this campus


Programming

SERVICE - We are sent.

As young adult Catholic-Christians, we understand and follow the mandate of the Lord in Matthew 25. It is he who sends us forth to do corporal and spiritual works of mercy.

 

Some Sampling of Previous Service Opportunities 

-Pope Francis Hospitality Center 

-Catholic Charities 

-Partnership with University Clubs 

-Midnight Run in NYC

-Respect Life March in Washington, DC 

-International Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic

-Spring Break Domestic Mission Trip 

United In Prayer

Total UIP Points: 0
UIP Rank: 1486 / 1486

Members United In Prayer: