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Fri Nov 4, 2016 NYC: First Friday of the Month Latin Mass & Social for Catholic/Christian Professionals

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The Catholic Fellowship of NYC invites Catholics/Christians in their 20s, 30s and 40s to join us for a Latin Mass follow by a Social.

Let’s give our devotion to the sacred heart of Jesus by attending the First Friday of the Month Latin Mass.

The Mass is held at The Church of the Holy Innocents in Manhattan, and starts at 6pm on Friday November 4, 2016.

After mass (around 7pm), meet the group outside in front of the church to walk together to a nearby venue for our social. We will identify the group by handing out stickers to each attendee.

Venue:  The Church of the Holy Innocents 128 W37th Street Between Broadway & 7th Avenue New York, NY 10018. http://www.innocents.com

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Friday August 12, 2016 Catholic/Christian Professionals Cheers for Charity

Join us for our Catholic/Christian Professionals Cheers for Charity event on Friday August 12, 2016 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at Sweetwater Social, a subterranean lounge located in the heart of NoHo, as we toast away hunger.

Minimum suggested $10 cash donation paid at the door, which will benefit Food for the Poor.

Enjoy:

– Drink specials, which include handcrafted cocktails, draft beer and wine

– Entire lounge area for our party

– Shuffle board, Foosball and arcade games

Venue:

Sweetwater Social

643 Broadway

(cross street is Bleecker Street)

New York, NY 10012

www.drinksweetwater.com

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Friday May 8, 2015 Spring Fling Catholic/Christian Singles Mingle Fundraiser

The Catholic Fellowship of NYC has teamed up with WeekendDating.com to bring more Catholic/Christian singles on this very special Spring Fling Singles Mingle Fundraiser benefitting Catholic Medical Mission Board (CMMB).

CMMB is a global, faith-based health organization helping women and children lead healthier lives.

To learn about CMMB go to http://www.cmmb.org/about-us/

Come out to 49 Grove Lounge located at 49 Grove Street, New York,  NY 10014 on Friday May 8, 2015 from 6:30PM – 9:30PM. Enjoy drink specials, ice breaker games and meet lots of Catholic/Christian singles.

***Cost***:

– $15.75 on/before 5/1

– $17.75 5/1- 5/7

– $20 online or at door on 5/8

To purchase tickets online use discount code “FELLOWSHIP” and go to: http://www.weekenddating.com/upcoming.shtml?eventid=5831

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NYC: Friday December 5, 2014, Catholic/Christian Professionals Social at The Rubin Museum of Art – K2 Lounge

The Catholic Fellowship of NYC invites Catholic\Christian professionals in their 20s, 30s and 40s to a Winter Social at the K2 Lounge of The Rubin Museum of Art (150 W17th Street Between Avenue of the Americas and 7th Avenue in Manhattan) on Friday December 5th from 6pm to 10pm.

Every Friday night the Café at the Museum becomes the K2 Lounge, offering a special Pan Asian Tapas menu to accompany the evening’s DJ and unique thematic gallery tours and programs.

Admission to the galleries is free on Friday. Drink special (2 for 1 special) are available from 6pm-7pm (bar in K2 Lounge closes at 10pm).

The Catholic Fellowship will have a separate area reserved for the group in the lounge. Meet some new people, make some new friends and experience the unique collection, display, and preservation of the art of the Himalayas and surrounding regions, especially that of Tibet. For more info on the museum, go to http://www.rmanyc.org

How to find us: at the K2 Lounge. Ask for Joe or Toan. Our group will have name tags, and we will have tables reserved for The Catholic Fellowship.

Feel free to invite friends.

***Directions to the museum:***

Subway
A, C, E to 14th Street (8th Avenue)
1 to 18th Street (7th Avenue)
2, 3 to 14th Street (7th Avenue)
F, L, M to 14th Street (6th Avenue)
N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th Street-Union Square

Bus
M6, M7, M20 to the corner of 7th Avenue and 18th Street
M5, M6, M7 to the corner of 6th Avenue and 18th Street

Commuter Rail
PATH trains to 14th Street or 23rd Street

Parking
There is a 24-hour parking lot on the corner of 17th Street and 6th Avenue. There are also a number of parking garages and lots on 17th Street between Union Square and 7th Avenue.

This event is hosted by The Catholic Fellowship of NYC, and is open to all Christian professionals.  To learn about The Catholic Fellowship of NYC, visit our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/catholicfellowshipnyc

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Saturday Decembe 13, 2014 in NYC: Arleen Spenceley on “Chastity is for Lovers – Single, Happy and (Still) a Virgin” follow by Social

The Catholic Fellowship of NYC invites young adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s for a talk on Saturday December 13th starting at 6:30PM at The Church of the Holy Innocents – Lower Church (128 W37th Street, NY, NY) by our guest speaker, Arlene Spenceley.

***Description of the Talk:***
In her debut book, “Chastity is For Lovers,” seasoned journalist and self-professed “happy virgin” Arleen Spenceley offers a mature, funny, and relatable vision of Catholic teaching on chastity for young adults.

Her book provides perspective on a variety of topics — the difference between chastity and abstinence, how virginity is an affirming and valuable life choice, how the word “purity” can be harmful in ministry settings, how to date well, and why sexual self-control is the best form of marriage preparation and gives single adults the best possible chance to find true love. She carefully avoids using language that shames readers and instead presents a view of chastity that is joyful and positive.

Arleen identifies three commitments adults in all states of life must make in order to practice chastity in a culture that says we shouldn’t: commitments to critical thought, to community, and to Christ.

***About our speaker:***
Arleen Spenceley, age 29, is the author of Chastity is For Lovers (Ave Maria Press, 2014) and a staff writer for the Tampa Bay Times. She is a contributing writer at the Catholic Match Institute, the Chastity Project, and Ignitum Today. Arleen is a SCORRE trained speaker and have spoken at young adult ministeries and Theology on Tap in the the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Diocese of San Diego and Diocese of Orlando. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling, both from the University of Florida. To learn more about Arlene, go to http://www.arleenspenceley.com.

***Social:***
After the talk, we invite everyone to a nearby pub/lounge for Happy Hour. Details of the social be provided at the event.

Venue for the talk:

The Church of the Holy Innocents – Lower Church

128 W37th Street

Between Broadway & 7th Avenue

New York, NY 10018

http://www.innocents.com

 

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Saturday August 23, 2014 Catholic Professionals Mass & Biergarten Social

The Catholic Fellowship of Northern NJ invites all Catholic professionals in their 20s, 30s and 40s, both single and married, to join us for mass on Saturday August 23rd at 4:30PM at St. Anthony of Padua Church (NJ’s oldest Polish parish) in Jersey City, NJ.

After mass, meet the group in the back of the church to head to Zeppelin Hall Biergarten around 6PM to enjoy a night of fun! This Jersey City Biergarten is casual with community seating, a relaxed atmosphere and good times. Come taste some of the best food Jersey City has to offer and sample their impressive beer selection, which boasts 144 draft lines of European beers and American craft brews! Info on the Biergarten can be found here: http://www.zeppelinhall.com.

Please contact Joe Cirillo at catholicfellowshipnj@gmail.com with any questions.

***Venue for Mass:***
St. Anthony of Padua Church
457 Monmouth Street (Cross Street is 6th Street)
Jersey City, NJ 07302
http://www.stanthonyjc.com

The Church is accessible via the PATH train, and is walking distance from the Grove PATH station. From Manhattan, commuting time is about 20 minutes from 33rd Street Station to Grove Street Station in Jersey City. There is a parking lot for the church on 6th street.

To learn about The Catholic Fellowship, go to http://www.cfnetwork.org.

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