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Upcoming Events in the Archdiocese of New York
Hispanic Cultural Masses
The Office of Hispanic Ministry and the Office of Ethnic Apostolates help coordinate with eighteen Hispanic Cultures for their Marian celebrations and special advocations held at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. See below for all upcoming Masses during 2023. Learn more here: http://archny.org/ministries-and-offices/cultural-diversity-apostolate/hispanic-ministry/hispanic-committee-masses/
The Source Holy Hours
Join the Sisters of Life for The Source, a regular Holy Hour at St. Patrick’s Cathedral (5th Ave. between 50th & 51st Sts.) starting at 7:15 pm on June 15, and July 13. Learn more: https://sistersoflife.org/the-source-holy-hour/
2023 Young Adult Masses
Join the Young Adult Outreach office for the monthly Young Adult Mass, available in several locations. Check the schedules below for the dates and additional details.
New York Catholic Bible Summit
Join the office of Adult Faith Formation on Saturday, June 3, 2023, for the New York Catholic Bible Summit to deepen your understanding of the Eucharist through Scripture.
Learn more and RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-york-catholic-bible-summit-tickets-591798434047
Corpus Christi Processions
On June 11th, 2023, there will be several Corpus Christi Processions throughout the Archdiocese. Find one near you from the options below to participate in witnessing the real presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
- Church of the Incarnation 1290 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York 10033
- The Church of St. Catherine of Genoa 506 West 153rd Street, New York 10031
- Saint Patrick’s Cathedral 460 Madison Avenue, New York 10022
- The Holy Innocents 128 West 37th Street, New York 10018
- Our Lady of Sorrows Church 213 Stanton Street, New York 10002
- The Church of St. Brigid – St. Emeric 119 Avenue B, New York, 10009
- St. Joseph’s Church (Greenwich Village) 371 Sixth Avenue, New York 10014
- Holy Name of Jesus – St. Gregory the Great Parish 207 West 96th Street, New York 10025 | 144 West 90th Street, New York 10024
- Parish of St. John Nepomucene, St. Frances Cabrini, and St. John the Martyr 411 East 66th Street, New York 10065 | 564 Main Street, Roosevelt Island, New York | 10044 259 East 71 Street, New York 10021
- Saint Margaret Mary Roman Catholic Church 1914 Morris Avenue, Bronx 10453
- Blessed Sacrament Church 30 Manor Road, Staten Island 10310
- St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church 264 North Main Street, Liberty 12754
- Church of St. Jude 431 West 204th Street, New York 10034
- Saint Cecilia and Holy Agony Catholic Church 125 East 105th Street, New York 10029 | 1834 Third Avenue, New York 10029
“Also, on June 11 Corpus Christi Sunday, a Eucharistic Procession will take place along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, southbound starting at 202nd Street and ending at 151st Street. Bishop Espaillat and the pastors of the West Bronx Parishes will lead this event, with the procession beginning at 4 p.m.” Learn more: https://thegoodnewsroom.org/processions-midtown-manhattan-bronx-support-eucharistic-revival
Veneration of the Relics of Blessed Carlo Acutis and Saint Manuel Gonzalez Garcia
The Archdiocese of New York is pleased to host the relics of Blessed Carlo Acutis and Saint Manuel Gonzalez Garcia from June 19 – 30. The relics will be available for veneration at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Learn more about the relics here.
Becoming a Eucharistic People Webinar
Catechetical Leaders and catechists, Youth Ministry Coordinators and teams, RCIA teams, and clergy are invited to join speaker Dr. Timothy O’Malley for an informative talk on “Becoming a Eucharistic People,” available via Zoom. Details to come.
Rockland County Deanery Eucharistic Procession
There will be a Eucharistic Procession Event on Saturday, September 30, 2023, at the Marian Shrine in Stony Point from 11 am – 2 pm. Details to come.
Men’s Conference 2023
Join the office of Adult Faith Formation for the Men’s Conference on October 7, 2023, in conjunction with the Eucharistic Revival.
“As Catholic men, we strive to make Jesus Christ present in our lives. Called together, we seek God’s grace to strengthen one another and grow in commitment to our Catholic faith. Equipped as witnesses of the Gospel, we serve our families and the Church.“
Learn more here: http://archny.org/man-up-new-york-2023/
Saint Anthony of Padua
832 E. 166th St., Bronx, NY 10459
Adoration is in the chapel of the Charismatic Center. Ring the doorbell at 826 E. 166th St. to enter.
- MONDAY: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm ending with Benediction at 6:15 pm
- TUESDAY: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm ending with Benediction at 6:15 pm
- THURSDAY: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm ending with Benediction at 6:15 pm
- FRIDAY: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm ending with Benediction at 6:15 pm
Saint Mary’s Church
180 South St., Newburgh, NY 12550
An evening of adoration, music, preaching, and confessions with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal.
First Friday of each month, 7-8:30 pm.
Monthly Young Adult Holy Hour
Join the Young Adult Outreach office for the monthly Holy Hours, available in several locations. Check the schedules below for the dates and additional details.
The Revival in the Archdiocese
On April 7, 2022, His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan celebrated Mass at Saint Rita’s in the Bronx and received the relic of Blessed Carlo Acutis, patron of the Eucharistic Revival. Blessed Carlo Acutis is a shining model for the faithful young people of the world who want to make a difference.
Read more in Catholic New York, National Catholic Register, Catholic News Agency, and Catholic News Service.
61 parishes across the archdiocese held Corpus Christi processions for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ on June 19 that, in conjunction with similar celebrations around the country, kicked off the three-year National Eucharistic Revival. Cardinal Dolan celebrated Mass at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, followed by an Eucharistic procession on Fifth Avenue.
Photo Credit: Jeffrey Bruno
Every year, the 40 Hour Devotion is held during Corpus Christi weekend in the upper counties of the Archdiocese of New York. The project is a collaboration between the Office of Young Adult Outreach and the regional young adult communities and parishes.
Photo Credit: Luigi Manente
Throughout the weekend, members of the community sit with Jesus in the Eucharist. The weekend also includes devotions, meals, overnight accommodations, a hike, Catholic Underground North, a Eucharist Procession through Beacon, and sunrise Mass on Sunday.
On June 28, 2022, Love & Responsibility took part in the Eucharistic Revival!
Photo Credit: MJ O’Toole
The Love & Responsibility summer series offers young adults the opportunity to hear from renowned speakers on relationships and other topics relevant to modern men and women everywhere. Each week also features a musical performance. The series offers young adults the chance to reconnect with friends, meet new friends, and learn how to build authentic, loving relationships in NYC! Eucharistic adoration and confession are available all night for young adults to process these topics in the presence of our Lord. Habrá traducción al español disponible.
Photo Credit: Ricardo Paiba
On September 10, the Cardinal’s Annual Stewardship Appeal participated in the Eucharistic Revival with a Mass at Annunciation – Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Crestwood. The Mass included a Eucharistic Revival-themed Prayer of the Faithful. Afterward, supporters of the Cardinal’s Appeal were invited to a reception.
Photo Credit: Ricardo Paiba