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The Most Holy Trinity
May 27, 2018
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the Church of Saint Paul the Apostle!
Upcoming Events at St. Paul's
Sunday, May 27 at 10am - Paulist Father James Diluzio celebrates 25 years as a priest
Sunday, June 24 at all Masses - Father Gil's last weekend
Thursday, June 28 - Vigil of Sts. Peter and Paul, Red Party and Farewell to Father Gil

Thank you for being light to so many in need through your contributions to the Cardinal's Appeal. We are getting close to our goal. To date, 217 parishioners have pledged or paid $116,289.10 toward our goal of $175,000. If you have been thinking and praying about a gift or a pledge, please help our parish by making your gift soon. You may make your gift online at
The goal of the 2018 Annual Cardinal's Appeal is to help the Church do its work of being light of hope and faith and to serve the needs of God's people.  This work includes caring for the elderly; feeding the hungry; passing on our faith; and, supporting parishes that need help to keep their doors open so their parishioners can celebrate the joy of Christ among us communally.  The work also includes advocating for the dignity of all life, educating our future priests; and supporting our retired religious priests, nuns, and brothers.
A community of young adults in their 20's and 30's

Well Versed: Women in the Bible
Tuesday, May 29, 7:00 pm, Parish Center Room 101

Join us as we do a weekly dive into scripture to learn how the stories of people like Mary Magdalene and the woman who met Jesus at the well can inspire and teach us ALL years later through the biblical text. All are welcome! Pizza will be provided! Let us know you're coming on  Facebook

Catholic 101:Mass Class
Sunday June 3, 6:30 pm
Spend and evening with our young adult community exploring the liturgy and examining why we do what we do.
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, like" us on and find us on Twitter and Instagram @ApostolistNYC

OSP Vogues
Saturday, June 2, 2018: 4:45-6:30pm
We are starting Pride Month by striking a pose at Vogue Dance Class! Legendary performer Cesar Valentino will lead a 90-min class that involves runway instruction and vogue choreography. We will meet outside Alvin Ailey Dance Studio in Hell's Kitchen at 4:45pm for the 5pm class. Dress in your best work out gear and, if you're daring en
ough, bring heels! The class will cost $20.
Rejoice and Be Glad! (For Life, and Also for Beer)
- Beer Swap with Apostolist
Sunday June 3, 2018: 6:30-8:30 pm
We are once again planning to join with the young adults of Apostolist for a Beer Swap after the 5:15PM Mass on June 3rd. Bring a six pack of your favorite brew to share. We also hope to have Father Mark-David on hand to give a brief introduction to the Parish's upcoming program on Pope Francis' recent apostolic exhortation and to answer all questions theological and spiritual. Please join us!
Pope Francis recently declared that the Monday immediately following Pentecost is to be celebrated as the "Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary: Mother of the Church." This action emphasizes the central role that Mary and all mothers have in the Church. Keeping in mind the caring role of our Holy Mother, and the crucial place that she has within the life of a family, it is deeply concerning when this relationship is fractured or broken in any fashion.
Such is the case today when we look to our southern border, where migrant families who are escaping various forms of violence and persecution in their homeland are being routinely separated. Since October 2017, over 700 children have been separated from their parents and rendered "unaccompanied," including over 100 children under the age of four. On May 4, 2018, DHS stated that it will refer all individuals who cross the border without authorization for criminal prosecution, including adult members of family units. If implemented, this policy will undoubtedly lead to a drastic increase in incidences of family separation. On this day honoring Mary, we urge you to think about the families that will face forcible separation.

Send a message to Congress and ask that they protect immigrant children and families seeking safety and shelter from violence by keeping these families together.
Send the following message to your Member of Congress:
Dear Representative,
Children are vulnerable and should not be separated from their parents. The family is a foundational element of Catholic teaching and family unity is a cornerstone of our American immigration system.
Separating parents from their children will not deter families from seeking safety and security in the U.S. Such a policy will not cure the pervasive root causes of migration existing in the violent areas of Central America. Furthermore, a policy of separating families at the border will be extremely costly to the U.S. taxpayer, costing hundreds of dollars/night per family.
As a Catholic, I urge you to recognize the importance of family unity and use your oversight capabilities to:
(1) Tell DHS Not to Separate Families
(2) Prevent DHS from Receiving Funding for This Harmful and Costly Practice
(3) Propose More Humane Solutions, Such As Alternatives to
Thank you

Visiting Voices Schedule
May 27th: Mass- Northville HS Choir
June 7th: 4:30-5:15pm- Lancaster Fairfield Youth Choir 
June 10th: Mass- Lee HS Choir 
Poets@StPaul Gathering
Monday, June 4, 2018: 7 to 9pm 
In the spiritual life "emptiness" is the space we make for something further - mystery. We are not to solve anything; we are just to let the mystery draw us further. There is something beyond us and there is someone to receive that belief. In the process of accepting mystery, we enlarge our own possibilities. Otherwise we are circumscribed by self alone
(see The Soul's Religion p 25-26).
All are welcome to this event: poetry writers, poetry lovers and the poetry curious. We meet, read and discuss at the parish center of St Paul the Apostle Church, 405 W 59th Street 
(behind Time Warner Center).
Free and open to the public.
Rejoice and Be Glad 
Monday, June 5, 2018: 7pm
Parish Center - 405 W 59th Street



Paulist Pilgrimage: The Saints of England

June 3rd - 14th, 2018

You are invited to join us on a 12-day spiritual pilgrimage in England!  Learn about the inspiring lives the St. Thomas Becket, St. Thomas More, other Elizabethan martyrs and the builders of the great monasteries.
We also will visit the Tower of London, join in choral evensong, and enjoy an evening in the theatre.
In addition to London and Canterbury, we will travel north to explore the ancient sites of Holy Island, Lindisfarne, Hexham, and the great cathedrals of Durham, Helmsley, and York with specially planned prayer services and liturgies throughout the journey.


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