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Events at Saint Paul's
Thursday, February 9th
Isaac Hecker and the Journey of Catholic America
A film by Fr. Tom Gibbons, CSP
NYC Film Premiere 
TONIGHT at 7:00pm
Viewing will take place at the Church of Saint Paul the Apostle Parish Center. Snacks will be available and a Q&A will take place after the viewing.


Seniors at St. Paul's
Feast of Saint Blaise 
Friday, February 3rd 
Blessing of the Throats at 7:30am & 12:10pm Masses


Poets@StPaul Gathering
Monday, February 13th - 7:00pm - 9:00pm 
 Emerson once said only the poet knows astronomy. In other words, if science is just assembling facts, something important is missing. The "spark" that makes us human cannot be mapped, it arrives mysteriously and must be treated with respect and awe. The burning question for us: does our society have a place for such mystery, such respect?  
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.


Broadway Sings at Saint Paul's
Come, Sing About Love!
Monday, February 27 at 7:30pm
Celebrating love in "times when hate and fear seem stronger ... And love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love ... Cannot be killed or swept aside." 
Broadway Sings at St. Paul's concert series  features Broadway's brightest stars, with full orchestra singing jazz standards, Broadway tunes and today's pop songs. Benefits Stonewall Quarter Share grants to LGBTQ service organizations. Produced and conducted by Joey Chancey (An American In Paris, Beautiful).
Doors open at 7pm and the concert begins at 7:30pm. Tickets are on sale at the Welcome Center Bookstore or online at
. Tickets and VIP Packages range from $20-$50 ($10 with valid student ID).


Reflections on the Unknowable
Reflections on the Unknowable: An Evening with 
Fr. Terry Ryan, CSP
Thursday, February 16th @
7:00pm - 9:00pm, Parish Center
The contemplative path, along with  silence and stillness has a place in the overall spiritual journey of prayer and action for those seeking to find or deepen a  connection with The Transcendent and those in the Eleventh Step of Recovery programs. Paulist Father Terry Ryan has lived for the past thirteen summers at Snowmass  Trappist Monastery, in Colorado, the home of Fr. Thomas Keating, OCSO, who is the founder of Contemplative Outreach, a worldwide organization  focusing on the contemplative journey for the modern person. Ryan will reflect on one of Fr. Keating's latest works and thoughts, Reflections on the Unknowable. There is no charge for the evening, but a freewill  offering to support Fr. Ryan in his work is welcome. 
Register at the Welcome Center Bookstore or 


Meet Paulist Press Author
Meet Paulist Press Author: Richard Leonard, S.J.
Sunday, February 19th @ 6:30pm, Parish Center
"What Does It All Mean?  A Guide to Being More Faithful, Hopeful and Loving" brings together into one volume three previous works: Where the Hell is God? Why Bother Praying? and What Are We Doing on Earth for Christ's Sake? This work does not shy away from the biggest challenges to faith inside and outside of the Church, but outlines a contemporary and accessible response to the issues that confront and sometimes  confound believers today with an index for easy and quick reference. Concise, accessible, fresh and engaging. A gift to give to believer and nonbeliever alike.


Openings Artist Collective
"Safe Space"
Until Wednesday, February 22nd
Openings is pleased to present Safe Space; a group exhibition celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the Openings Artist Collective. This eclectic exhibition features painting, drawing, photography, and mixed media sculpture by 35 artists who have contributed to the growth and development of the Collective over the past decade.
In its ten year history Openings has presented over 25 exhibitions by emerging and mid-career artists, group exhibitions, as well as juried group shows. Safe Space celebrates the first decade of Openings. Safe Space continues the effort by Openings to foster conversations that have the potential to unite individuals across cultural divides.
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Vincentians at St. Paul the Apostle
Our mission is to help one another grow in faith by encountering Christ in each other through our service to those in need.
Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry
Saturday, February 18th @ 8:30am
If you are interested in volunteering, please RSVP to, spots are limited. Volunteers must arrive by 8:30am. 

Want to get involved with the group or get more info? We're always open to new members! Send an email with your name, contact info, and why you're interested to


Young Adults in their 20's & 30's
Bake Sale
This Weekend during every Mass
Apostolist winter retreat team will be holding a bake sale at every mass the weekend of February 11 and 12. We need a lot of baked good for the sale! We are accepting donations to help feed the masses. We love all kinds of baked goods (cookies, brownies, cake, pastries)! Any and all baked goods donated helps us raise funds towards our winter retreat. With your help, we can continue sharing the word of God together as a faithful community in Christ.
If you would like to donate any baked goods, please e-mail
Thursday, February 16
7:00 pm, High Altar
Experience the Lord's presence through song, meditation, and silence. Enter through the Parish Center.
Well Versed
Every Tuesday, February 21 - March 28
7:00pm - 8:30pm, Parish Center
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.


Out @ St. Paul
OSP Winter Retreat
February 10th-12th - San Alfonoso Retreat House
Registration for the 6th Annual OSP Winter Retreat is now open! This is an excellent opportunity to escape the chaos of the city and take a moment to catch your breath. We will spend the weekend in fellowship with our friends in the community, reflecting on and building upon our personal relationship with God. The theme for this year's retreat is "Unity: With Self, God and Community." We will listen, share, and discuss in both large and small group settings. There will be time for prayer, fun, and relaxing! Don't delay, registration will be closing February 8th.
GMHC Dinner Service
Friday, February 24th, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Volunteer with other members of OSP to serve and share a dinner with clients of New York City's largest HIV/AIDS Community Center.  Please RSVP to
Out @ St Paul (OSP) is the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Ministry of our parish at St. Paul the Apostle in New York City, which seeks to engage our Catholic faith through service to our community, social activities and the exploration of Catholic spirituality.


Mustard Seed Guild NYC
Fish Fry and Bingo Event
Friday, March 10th
Mustard Seed Guild
Benefitting the Hogar Belen Homes for Disabled and Abandoned Children in Nicaragua. Hope to see you there!
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