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Where the young venture into the Truth of Christ! This group is brought to you by the Defenders of the Holy Trinity (www.LandOfArthanius.org), a young adults Catholic apologetics group dedicated in spreading the Faith to Catholic youth in New York. We are also affiliated with the Cathedral of St. Patricks Young Adult association (www.CSPYA.org). Our mission is to help support Catholic youth and young adult ministries in New York. This group is faithful to the Pope and Magisterium of the Church.



The Young Catholic New Yorker group is intended for youth and young adults who want to study the Bible. This group is open to Catholics as well as those interested in learning about the faith, . The purpose of the group is to develop a spiritual relationship with Jesus Christ our Lord, and good friendships with our brothers and sisters. Members are generally single, in the age range of 21-45 but persons of all ages and marital status are welcome.

Currently we meet two Saturdays of most months on the 2nd 4th Saturdays. During July and August, we only meet on 2nd Saturdays. We are at the Cathedral of St. Pats Parish House (on East 51st between 5th and Madison, basement entrance). Our study meetings run for 90 minutes, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM. We have loaner Bibles available, but we do urge all attendees to read the lesson chapters ahead of time.

Besides weekly Scripture study, we also feature notable guest speakers from time to time and frequent social activities to promote fellowship. Make yourself at home in our group and Catholic New York City!

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  • 380
  • New York
  • Aug 3, 2001
  • English

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