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September 1 | Lift Up Your Hearts: A Night of Hope and Praise | Young Adult Outreach Office  

Thursday, September 1, 6:30-9 p.m. Immaculate Conception Church Courtyard 414 E. 14th Street, New York, NY 10009

Join Young Life and the Office of Young Adult Outreach of the Archdiocese of New York for a night of hope and praise, featuring Fr. Vincent Druding, Anomalous Day, Fernando Torres, and Jonna and Bailey Savoy.

The night will feature praise & worship, scripture reading, and fellowship. All teens and young adults are welcome.

Accessible from the L train on 14th and 1st, easily accessible to 4, 5, 6, or B, D, F, M, or N, Q, R lines and Brooklyn.

Search “Lift Up Your Hearts: A Night of Hope and Praise” on Facebook, or email [email protected] with questions.

September 15 | World Youth Day Meet & Greet with Bishop Espaillat | Young Adult Outreach Office  

Thursday, September 15, 7 p.m. Location TBD in Manhattan

Join the Office of Young Adult Outreach and Bishop Joseph Espaillat for a night of prayer, with the opportunity for questions about World Youth Day Lisbon 2023, as well as fellowship with pizza to meet other possible pilgrims. Those in attendance will be entered into a raffle to win half off their World Youth Day trip – must be present to win!

For more information about the World Youth Day 2023 Lisbon pilgrimage and to register, visit The tour brochure is also available for download at the same link. For questions, email [email protected]. Must be 18+ to attend.

September 24 | “Surviving Divorce” Facilitator Training | Family Life Office  

The Family Life Office’s Ministry to Separated and Divorced Catholics is sponsoring FACILITATOR TRAINING for potential Leaders of the 12-week program: “Surviving Divorce – Hope and Healing for the Catholic Family”

All potential facilitators must be approved by their pastor prior to attending the training. 

October 5 | New York Awards Dinner | SOAR!

SOAR! (Support Our Aging Religious)’s 36th Annual New York Awards Dinner.

6:00 pm Reception
7:00 pm Dinner and Awards Presentation

New York Athletic Club
180 Central Park South • New York, NY

Business Attire
For more information, please contact

Jennifer Christiano • 202-529-7627 • [email protected]

Proceeds will support the mission of SOAR!
to ensure the safety and dignity of aging religious.

October 5, 12 | Bereavement Facilitator Training | Family Life Office

A virtual Facilitator Training for parish leaders to support parish bereavement support groups will be held on two Wednesdays, October 5 and October 12 from 9:30am – 1:00pm, or 5:30pm – 8:30pm (depending on time availability of lay leaders). Participants must attend both sessions to receive certification, and Pastor approval is required.   All participants will be asked to submit their pastor’s recommendation before attending this training.  For more information and a pastor approval form, or to register, contact Vincent DaSilva at 646-794-3168 or email:  [email protected]

October 7-9 | Discernment Weekend for Young Men | Seminary  

A retreat for Catholic men under age 30 who love Christ and the Church and want to discern a call
to the priesthood. Join Fr. George Sears and priests of the Archdiocese of New York for a time of prayer, fraternity, and spiritual renewal.

For more information or to register, go to:

October 10 | 45th Annual Columbus Day Mass | Archdiocese of New York Special Events Office  

Join us for the 45th Annual Columbus Day Mass

When: Monday, October 10

Where: St. Patrick’s Cathedral

To reserve your free ticket, visit

October 14-16 | Healing Weekend | Family Life Office  

Beginning Experience of the Hudson Valley is inviting men and women of all ages who have suffered the loss of a spouse through death, divorce or separation to an overnight weekend retreat held at St. Lawrence Retreat Center in Beacon, NY from October 14 to 16, 2022. For information or to register please call Janice at 845 490 7466 or Renee at 845 374 2101.

October 15, 22 | Forums for Catechesis and Youth Ministry | Youth Faith Formation Office

Looking for high quality catechist and youth ministry team renewal? Want to your team to grow spiritually and ministerially? Join us for the Forums for Catechesis and Youth Ministry!

October 22 | Diaconate Day of Continuing formation | Deacons Called To Serve

All deacons, candidates and wives are cordially Invited to attend our annual Diaconate Day of Continuing Formation on

Saturday, October 22, 2022 Saint Joseph’s Seminary 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Bishop Edmund Whalen – Vicar for Clergy Keynote and Celebrant

Pastors are asked to promote this day with the deacons assigned to their parishes

November 4 | 2022 Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools | Catholic High Schools of the Archdiocese of New York

The Test for Admissions into Catholic High School (TACHS) in the Archdiocese of New York will be administered once again as an online, at home, remote test on Friday, November 4, 2022.

Students may register 7 days a week online via or via telephone at 1-866- 618-2247 from Monday, August 22nd until Thursday, October 27, 2022, by 11:59PM.

I ask that you kindly make pulpit and/or bulletin announcements regarding the TACHS Test for Admissions into Catholic High Schools on Sundays. Suggested content for the announcements is given on the attached sheet.

Thanking you in advance for your cooperation in this effort to facilitate entrance procedures for our Catholic high schools.

February 2-11, 2023 | Priest Retreat to the Holy Land | Archdiocese of New York

My brother priests:

Our last pilgrimage to Portugal and Spain in February 2019 seems like a distant memory. Little did we know that one year later the world would be facing a pandemic and we would take on unimaginable challenges to our priestly ministry. But we persevered through several months of lockdown doing whatever was humanly possible, and not without divine asistance, to maintain a connectedness to our parishes and communities. In the wake of so much suffering and difficulties, I’d like to think Jesus is inviting us, “Come away by yourselves to a deserted place and rest a while.” Recall that it was also in the Holy Land where the Lord would often withdraw from the work of His Father for some peace and solitude. I hope we might do the same.

Fraternally in Christ,

Timothy Cardinal Dolan