An informal Catholic literary circle of people who love to read or create through words or images.
If you’re a reader, writer or illustrator, consider joining!
The purpose of our group is to bring together Black Catholic women of the African Diaspora from all over New York City and the Five Boroughs. We meet on the second Saturday of the month, unless otherwise specified.
A group for women of faith to grow in prayer and community.
30-82 36th St, Queens, New York 11103
The Sisterhood of Catholic Women and Adolescents is proud to announce that it will be offering its third 13 week semester on fertility awareness and Catholic sexual morality. Sign up for our FREE 13 week course where we teach women how to chart their menstrual cycles and where we break open the beauty of God’s design for human sexuality. Our free course is open to women ages 16+ (anyone under the age of 18, needs parental consent). For more information about dates and times, leave your contact information on our website: www.sisterhoodcwa.com.
Begins September 2018
Courses Offered Online
Come be a part of a unique group held by and for the young women of the New York Archdiocese. “The Visit” will include testimonies, time for prayer and community-building, and small group discussion.
Church of the Immaculate Conception, 414 E. 14th Street,, New York, NY 10022
Theology on Tap provides an opportunity for young adults in their 20’s 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 straightforward and simple, yet the rewards are immeasurable and life changing.
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
VOCES VERBI is a young adult apostolate of the Religious Family of the Incarnate Word which seeks to lead Catholic young adults to the become echoing voices of the Word (Jesus Christ) through their love of the truth, their piety, and their charity. This year we will study Anthropology, that is, the philosophical study of man as a rational animal and Church history. Please visit https://sites.google.com/stpaulschool.us/vociverbinyc/calendar and https://www.vocesverbiusa.org/ to see the schedule of the year. Meets Saturday evenings from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
For questions, please feel free to email Sister Truth email@example.com
Church of St. Paul & Holy Rosary, 113 East 117 Street,, New York, NY 10035
Walking with Purpose is a women’s ministry whose mission is to help every Catholic woman open her heart to Jesus Christ. Walking with Purpose achieves this mission by providing Bible studies that enable young women to know Christ through Scripture and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
The group will meet every Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Upper East Side (except for the evenings of the Young Adult Mass). The first meeting will be June 12 and the group will run for 6 weeks.
The first book in the Opening Your Heart Young Adult series is Beloved, a six-lesson Bible study that invites young women to lay a strong foundation as beloved daughters of God.
Study guides can be purchased from the Walking with Purpose website: https://shop.walkingwithpurpose.com/collections/young-adult-bible-studies