Supporting the Newman Center through charitable donations is one way Jacob Mahoney is giving back to the Church. As good stewards, each of us plays an important role in preserving and extending our Catholic heritage.
Hi, my name is Jacob Mahoney.
To introduce myself, I recently graduated from Lake Superior State University, and was involved with the Catholic Newman Center group at the university. During these past four years, the Newman Center formed me into a true disciple of Jesus Christ. The Newman Center has not only led me to grow in my faith, but I made lifelong friendships.
I wanted to give to the Newman Center so it could continue its mission in bringing young Catholic college students closer to Christ. The Newman Center, and what it offers, brings me great joy and has led me to become the person I want to be.
I have been reading this book on Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati. The impact he made with his selfless giving at such a young age is inspiring and I want to do the same. I want to continue to give to the Newman Center so other college students can enjoy what I will treasure as some of the best memories of college.
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