Case Catholic Campus Ministry is a cooperative venture between the Newman Catholic Student Association, Holy Rosary Church, and the Diocese of Cleveland. Together, we provide opportunities for fun, fellowship, faith formation, sacraments, and service. Our Ministry invites all students in the University Circle area.
Steve is a native Clevelander who holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Theology from the University of Notre Dame. Prior to joining Newman at Case, he worked in Houston, Texas, as a Youth and Young Adult Minister. A convert to Catholicism, Steve is passionate about walking with people young and old along their path to deeper relationship with Christ who so profoundly loves them. Steve especially loves helping young people to navigate the challenging waters of being a person of faith in the modern world, and helping them to see how everything we learn from the Scriptures and our Tradition fits together with what we learn and experience in our everyday lives.
Holy Rosary Church
Holy Rosary is the sacramental home for all Catholic students and residents of University Circle. Conveniently located just up the hill at 12021 Mayfield Road in historic little Italy, it provides a warm welcome. Father Joseph Previte and his pastoral staff are committed to sharing both the spiritual riches of the Church and the bricks and mortar resources of the Parish with the students and other members of the neighborhood. For more info, go to
Newman Catholic Student Association (NCSA)
Recognized by the Undergraduate Student Government, the NCSA enjoys all the privileges and responsibilities of any student group at CWRU.
Letty Dornfield - President
Monica Karam & Aaron Wise - Vice Presidents
Madi Weldon - Treasurer
Adriana Feliciano - Outreach
Bridget Croniger & Brandon Lee - Labre Co-Presidents
Scott Brand is a seminarian studying for the Diocese of Youngstown at St. Mary's Seminary in Wickliffe. He is about two years away from priesthood ordination, and this year he will be working with Case Catholic Campus Ministry for his field education assignment to help spread the faith to those in the college environment. Before seminary, he attended Youngstown State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Engineering degree in Chemical Engineering. He was involved with the Newman Center at Youngstown as well. He is very excited to be a part of this team, and hopes to spread the joy of living a life of faith among the Case Western Reserve University community.