Staten Island Catholic Young Adults (SICYA) is a group of Catholic Young Adults in their 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s from Cluster 3 parishes on Staten Island. Our mission is to support the “Making All Things New” pastoral plan and bring together young adults from our parishes and communities for monthly mass and fellowship.
St. Joseph, St. Thomas, Our Lady Star of the Sea, St. John Neumann, Our Lady Help of Christians, Staten Island, New York
An association of faithful Catholic artists and professionals from all areas of the arts, media and entertainment industries. Membership and events open to all. Regular offerings include quarterly evenings of recollection, Masses and lectures by distinguished scholars, theologians and artists.
81 Pondfield Road, Suite D-213, Bronxville, NY 10708
The Goretti Group is a movement of young people dedicated to spreading the life-giving message of authentic love by living out the virtue of chastity and purity. The spirit and joy experienced at our SMGM (St. Maria Goretti Mass) every first Friday will revitalize your faith and set you on fire for a new “Love Revolution.”
Holy Family Church, 366 Watchogue Rd., , Staten Island, NY 10314
Serving the spiritual need of Catholic lawyers, the guild hosts speakers and events for fellowship.
101 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10178
A group for women of faith to grow in prayer and community.
30-82 36th St, Queens, New York 11103
Run by young Catholics on staff at Commonweal magazine a lay-run forum for discussing important and sometimes difficult topics; an opportunity to meet like-minded young folk in and around New York City.
Theology on Tap provides an opportunity for young adults to explore issues and topics that relate to the Catholic faith in a fun and casual environment operating with fidelity to the Magisterium of the Church.
Connolly’s Bar, 121 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036
Totus Tuus is an organization created to guide individuals through a thirty-three day Marian Consecration retreat. The name Totus Tuus, which means Totally Yours, was Saint John Paul II’s coat of arms while he was Pope. As the name suggests, a Marian Consecration is the act of entrusting oneself to the Immaculate Heart of Our Blessed Mother and giving themselves completely to Her. The process is straight forward and simple, yet the rewards are immeasurable and life changing.
The thirty-three day guided retreat consists of an independent daily reading that takes approximately 5-10 minutes from the book, “33 Days to Morning Glory,” written by Fr. Michael Gaitley. In addition to the independent reading, Totus Tuus will meet one hour per week for six weeks, to recap the weekly readings and share in fellowship of the process.
Young professionals gather once a month to explore topics pertinent to the faith followed by a social. The group meets one Friday a month at 7:30PM in the convent chapel. Email to find out meeting dates.
Church of the Good Shepherd, 4967 Broadway, , New York, New York 10034
Become a Witness each first Saturday of the month as we bring faith, hope, and love to the place and people most in need. Includes 8am Mass, prayer vigil, and social following.
263 Mulberry St, New York, , NY 10012