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New York, NY 10019

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Events at Saint Paul the Apostle
Friday in the Octave of Easter
Friday, April 21st
Openings
Needle, Thread, Light
The embroidery art of Fr. Frank Sabatté, CSP
Thursday, April 20th - Thursday, June 1st
Artist Reception: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Fr. Sabatté's work is a merger of "random-stitch" and "free-motion" embroidery. The painstaking process involves layering threads of various colors to determine value and tonal qualities.  This exhibit will include work completed since 2013.

 

Ryan Kennedy, Organist
 
Tuesday, May 2nd @ 7:00 pm
Ryan Kennedy, Organist

Sacred Sounds at St. Paul's presents organist Ryan Kennedy in a free concert on our mighty Möller pipe organ! The program will feature Kennedy's own transcription of Ravel's 'Gaspard de la Nuit' and Messiaen's 'La Nativité du Seigneur.' Ryan is a student of Grammy Award-winning organist Paul Jacobs at The Juilliard School.

 

Friar Alessandro: Voice of Peace
Benefit Concert for
Catholic Relief Services
Wednesday, May 10th at 7:00pm
Friar Alessandro enshrines the message of Saint Francis, the original voice from Assisi who transmitted to the world Joy and Peace. Francis always wanted to give back the gifts that he had received from God, and Friar Alessandro, following in his footsteps, wishes to pass on the same message of joy and peace. Friar Alessandro lends his tenor voice to help us with our relief efforts for CRS.
All proceeds benefit the East Africa Hunger Crisis. A drought in Eastern Africa has left millions in Kenya and Somalia and South Sudan facing chronic hunger.  CRS is responding with emergency food aid and water especially for children.
Suggested Donation - $20

 

Mustard Seed Guild NYC
On behalf of the children at the Hogar Belen Homes for Abandoned and Disabled Children in Nicaragua, thank you all so much from the bottom of our hearts.

Monthly Meeting
Tuesday, May 2nd at 7:00pm - Parish Center
Our next meeting is Tuesday, May 2nd at 7pm in the Parish Center.
See you there! 
Please email us at mustardseedguildny@gmail.com

 

Vincentians of St. Paul the Apsotle
Our mission is to help one another grow in faith by encountering Christ in each other through our service to those in need.
Conference Meeting
Thursday, May 4th @ 6:30pm
We meet on the first Thursday of every month, if you are interested in getting more involved, stop by our next meeting! Meet us in the Parish Center at 6:30pm on Thursday, May 4th.
Want to get involved with the group or get more info? We're always open to new members! Send an email with your name, contact info, and why you're interested to stpaulsvdpnyc@gmail.com

 

Apostolist
Young Adults in their 20's & 30's
Kenmore Hall
*Volunteers Needed*
Saturday, April 29th, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Kenmore Hall (145 E 23rd St, Manhattan)
Join us as we head to the Kenmore Hall where we will be assisting those who need help cleaning and upkeeping their living spaces! If you are interested in joining, please RSVP by responding to this email.

Well Versed
Tuesday, May 9th, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Parish Center
Well Versed is back!  It turns out that the Bible is a  really long book, but we'll help you talk about it like an expert! Join us on the six week course as we study the roots of our Catholic faith and tradition!

Apostolist is the young adult ministry of the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NYC (60th & Columbus). Join us every Sunday for our 5:15pm Mass. For more information visit us at apostolist.com, "like" us on facebook.com/ApostolistNYC and find us on Twitter and Instagram @ApostolistNYC.

 

Out at Saint Paul: LGBT Catholics
Faith Sharing
Thursday, May 4th, 7:00PM
Parish Center
Join us for our monthly Faith-Sharing Group We will have a facilitated small-group discussion of an upcoming gospel reading. As always, all our welcome to all of our events. We hope to see you there!
 
LGBT Pilgrimage to the Cathedral Basilica of the
Sacred Heart in Newark, New Jersey
Sunday, May 21st 3:30pm
Join members of the Catholic LGBT community and their families for a  Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark on Sunday, May 21 at 3:30PM. After Mass, there will be a tour of this historic building, the largest French Gothic church in the US, which was elevated to a minor basilica by Pope John Paul II when he visited Newark in 1995. Finally, join for dinner at a Portuguese restaurant in Newark for   dinner.  For more information and to RSVP (especially if you are planning on joining for dinner) please email sacredheartigi@gmail.com
Out @ St Paul (OSP) is the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Ministry of our parish at St. Paul the Apostle in New York City, which seeks to engage our Catholic faith through service to our community, social activities and the exploration of Catholic spirituality.

 

Faithwalkers
Faithwalkers - A Walk in the Park
Saturday, May 13th 2017
Seems like it is taking for ever to get to Spring this year! 
Time to get out and take a walk!

We are going to make it easy...after mass we will meet  near the Welcome Center and walk over to Central Park, we will do the middle loop, catching views of the fountain, the hobby sailboats, even Alice and Wonderland, and be back to Columbus Circle by 11...smell the lilacs!
Faithwalkers, walk a little, talk a lot, enjoy New York City!
 

 

Poets@StPaul
Poets@StPaul Gathering
Monday, May 15th
7:00pm - 9:00pm 
Poets can often find the mystical in the ordinary.
In an age that seems to have lost interest and formal religion, the suppositions found in poetry may be able to revive a spiritual life. For instance, Robert Frost's "The Road Less Traveled" can be seen to question why such a road was taken. (See "Original Self" pp 137-141.)
All are welcome to this event: poetry writers, poetry lovers and the poetry curious. We meet, read and discuss at the St. Paul the Apostle Parish Center.
Free and open to the public.

 

Classic Catholic Fiction Book Club
The Woman Who Was Poor By Leon Bloy (I.J. Collins)
Monday, May 22nd
Written in the 1890s, this novel has had an immeasurable effect on all European Catholic writing since. It is an extraordinary book, powerful in the manner of dos Passos, yet spiritual in the manner of the Bible. 
It is the story of a woman abysmally poor, brutally treated and also exploited by her parents, living in the gutters of Paris, yet retaining the spiritual outlook and the purity of a saint. 
We are spared no brutality, yet there are scenes of the most tender beauty... the book starts out with the line "The place stinks of God."...The novel ends with those famous words of extraordinary optimism:
"There is only one misery...not to be saints."
 

 

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