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News to Use from Our Pastoral Offices

Adult Faith Formation: Three Programs to Foster Lifelong Learning

Do you know about the opportunities for adults in the Archdiocese of New York to deepen and strengthen their faith? Two are delivered mostly online! 

Or go straight to our program pages:

  • Enlighten – offered through Fordham University
  • Church Management – master’s degree program through Villanova University  
  • Christlife – a three-step evangelization process allowing participants to discover, follow, and share Jesus Christ

Adult Faith Formation: Catechesis Accommodated to the Liturgical Year

Forum on the Catechumenate for Christian Initiation Ministers. Save the date! Saturday, November 9, 2019, Fordham University.

Family Life: National Natural Family Planning Week

National NFP Awareness Week is July 21-27. To focus attention on NFP and promote God’s
plan for married love, we have resources you may find helpful.

Young Adult Outreach: Love & Responsibility Series 

Join world-renowned speakers who are flying in from across the country to discuss all things “relationship.” 

  • Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. 
  • Immaculate Conception Outdoor Garden (414 East 14th Street, NYC)

Each week includes a live concert with wine! Events are free. 

For more information, download the pastoral letter or visit the event page on Facebook.

Youth Faith Formation: New York Catholic Youth Day OCTOBER 19!

We are excited to share the official poster for New York Catholic Youth Day (NYCYD)! Complete your poster with the contact information for your parish’s coordinator for NYCYD and then hang it in a prominent place.

This year’s theme is all about using your voice for good. First, to speak up towards God. Pray! Second, to speak up  about Christ by sharing the Good News – in word and action. And then, to speak up for those on the margins. 

This year’s gathering will include keynote speaker Chika Anyanwu, meal-packing with Catholic Relief Service’s Helping Hands, music by local artists, Mass with Cardinal Dolan and more!