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  • Upcoming Events

    • Wednesday, October 17, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
      The Human Life Issues and the Challenges to the Dignity of the Human Person
      This presentation will explore the connections of life issues that lead people to believe that abortion is an option. These “causes” of abortion; poverty, sexism, elitism, lack of educational opportunity, joblessness, etc. will be examined as challenges to be addressed as preventatives for abortion.
    • Thursday, October 18, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      Interactive Ideas for Supercharged Catechesis
      Whether you’re new to digital catechesis or have explored new tools, every catechist and teacher will leave the webinar with great ideas that can easily be implemented to boost engagement and relevancy in their next catechetical session. A session is also scheduled for 7pm.
    • Saturday, October 20
      New York Catholic Youth Day
      God calls us to Be Bold. What does that look like? Come to New York Catholic Youth Day, where more than 1,500 students like you are figuring it out – together. We’ll have music, talks, Mass and time to hang out. Bring friends and meet new ones. Our theme, BE BOLD, is inspired by Pope Francis' message for the 2018 World Youth Day.
    • Tuesday, October 23, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
      The Work of Prayer and the Prayer of Work for Ministers: What the Saints Can Teach
      Justin McClain will look at how saints throughout history worked to balance reflection and action, prayerfully centering their lives on Christ and spreading his Gospel while living virtuously in contemplation of the Good News and its promises. A perfect topic as All Saints Day approaches.