36 New Street Oswego, NY 13126
Due to Covid-19:
Our Sunday Evening 6:30pm Mass Time
at the Center is currently suspended.
We are preparing
for our transition in worship.
Once completed, we will share our plan via our website, list-serve, Facebook, and Instagram.
The Hall Newman Center building will remain closed until we are able to gather at the Center once again for Mass.
During this time of social distancing, The Hall Newman Center depends on online donations to continue our ministry.
We prayerfully invite you to sign up for eGiving from your computer, smartphone or tablet and set up a recurring donation or make a one-time gift.
To sign up today, visit faith.direct/NY667 by clicking on the 'donate' button below.
Thank you for your continued support of our parish family.
Director of Campus Ministry
The Newman Foundation of Oswego
has partnered with Faith Direct
to provide an eGiving program for our community.
one-time gift or
sign in for recurring enrollment,
Both options can be completed using an online form by going to:
to "Make a One Time Gift" or "Enroll in recurring eGiving".
“The Hall Newman Center is a source of spirituality and fellowship .
The convenience and reliability of Faith Direct has made it easier for us to support this ministry .”
Richard & Gurdeep Skolnik
Dedication of the Dr. Leo T. Cribben Giving Tree
The Cribben family has gifted the Hall Newman Center with a memorial giving tree to honor Dr. Leo Cribben for his dedication to the Catholic Campus Ministry at SUNY Oswego. Dr. Cribben came to Oswego in the winter of 1928 as an instructor in the math department at the Oswego Normal School under Riggs. After five years at the school, he became Dean of Men and faculty advisor to the campus Newman Club. As advisor to the Newman Club for 19 years, Dr. Cribben was very active in helping the club grow and flourish. He held regular club meetings, breakfasts, banquets and celebrations to facilitate the Newman mission of nurturing student's spiritual, intellectual and social development. The tree, which is represented with a plaque in the Hall Newman Center, will be a way for benefactors of this campus ministry to provide support and a remembrance in someone's name.