Friday
Sep052008

Apostolist Presents: Fall in Faith 2008


For young adults in their 20’s and 30’s, join us this fall season for:

  • Shelter the Homeless: Fundraiser Extravaganza

    Enjoy a night full of great music, excellent drinks, appetizers, door prizes, and hot dancing. Admission is $30 and directly supports our ‘Shelter the Homeless’ service project.

    Thursday, September 25th, 7 PM – 11 PM, Iguana Club (240 W 54th at Broadway)
  • Theology on Tap: St. Paul & Politics

    Come and discuss the issues of the day with St. Paul's letters as a guide. Discussion led by Fr. Ron Franco, CSP, Ph.D., Political Science.

    Sunday, September 28th, 6:30 PM - 9 PM at PJ Clarke's (44 W 63rd at Broadway)
  • Shelter the Homeless: Service Project

    Grab a hammer and nail and help build houses for two families left homeless after a devastating flood destroyed their property.  To participate, please send an email to youngadults @stpaultheapostle.org by September 15th.

    Saturday, October 4, 8 AM – 8 PM in Colchester, NY. Transportation from NYC provided.
  • Scary Movie Night

    We’ll dim the lights, lock the doors, and watch “The Exorcism of Emily Rose.” This scary movie aspires to engage heads and not just spin them. Join us for popcorn and a bit of a scare!

    Sunday, October 26th after the 5:15 PM Mass at St. Paul’s Parish Center (405 W 59th St)
  • Saturday Night Alive: Twilight Retreat

    Fr. David Farnum, CSP, will explore St. Paul—Convert, Disciple, and Apostle. Come and enjoy a simple meal, discussion, and prayer.

    Saturday, November 15th, 6:30 PM - 9 PM at St. Paul’s Parish Center
Apostolist is the young adult ministry of the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NYC (60th & Columbus). For latest updates or to subscribe to our mailing list, go to www.apostolist.com.
Friday
Aug152008

RCIA Welcomers

Hey everyone,

As part of the Apostolist community at St. Paul the Apostle, we have many opportunities to reach out to others. Have you considered the calling to welcome those who are interested in the Catholic faith? St. Paul's RCIA program is inviting you to share your story with those who may want to convert. Below you'll find a message from Fr. Bob Collins, S.J., the director of our RCIA program asking our young adult community to be welcomers. Consider the calling.


...When people come to St. Paul's to decide whether to become Catholics, they begin by meeting as a group once a week with "regular" Catholics to talk with them, ask questions and learn from them what it's all about. This goes on for about 6 to 8 weeks, depending on how much time the inquirers need. Most of them are young adults, and I think many of you, as young adult parishioners at St. Paul's, are well qualified to help them. The flyer attached to this e-mail message will give you a more detailed description of what's involved. Please don't overlook the section toward the bottom headed "What's in it for you?"

Farther down in this message you can read what some young adults who participated recently had to say about their experience. If you think this is for you, or would like to talk about it a bit before deciding, please get in touch with Father Bob Collins (daytime: 212 515 0119; e-mail: robert.collins@stpaultheapostle.org; on Facebook as "Robert Collins" ). Or you can find me after the 10 a.m. Sunday Mass at St. Paul's. I usually hangout near the door giving out the weekly bulletin (gray hair, glasses, not a man in black). The first meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 3, so please don't delay to get in touch.

"Serving as a welcomer in the inquiry sessions at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle was a very blessed experience for me. My own faith life was strengthened by being on the journey with the inquirers learning about Christ and the Church. I looked forward to our Wednesday evening sessions as a chance to pause, study and reflect. It also was a great privilege to later be a Confirmation sponsor for one of the candidates."
Paul Snatchko, sponsor, Easter 2008

"Not simply the means to becoming 'Catholic', the RCIA readings and discussions provided me with a much-needed formula for bringing reflection and worship into my week. My joy in a shared Christian faith developed within our group in ways that I could not achieve alone."
Kjersti Schmitz, received into the Catholic Church, Easter 2008

"I came to New York nine months ago in search of something. I went to Columbia to be a better reporter; but the true value of justice I discovered here, along with compassionate people. My sponsor was right: I do smile a lot more now; and I have nothing but gratitude for the people who helped change me for the better."
Jack Gillum, received into the Catholic Church, Easter 2007


For the flier, click here:  ComeSeeVolunteer.pdf
Friday
Jun272008

Apostolist Presents: Summer in the City 2008

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Friday
May232008

Apostolist Presents: Theology On Tap

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Note: Apostolist is presenting our "Theology on Tap" speaker series under license from RENEW Theology on Tap (www.renewtot.org), a pastoral outreach of RENEW International, 1232 George Street, Plainfield, NJ 07062-1717. Our events are similar in format and mission to those offered by Theology on Tap-New York City (www.totnyc.org), but are organized by a different leadership team. Hope to see you all there!

Friday
May232008

Playlist for the Wine and Cheese event

Thanks to all who came to our Wine and Cheese event this past Sunday. Hope you all had a great time. We sure did. Some of you complimented us on the music selection. We are happy to share the list of songs we played so you can recreate that musical setting at home, on your way to work on your iPod, or at your very own wine & cheese event. Enjoy!


Song Artist Album
1 Ldn Lily Allen Alright, Still (Parental Advisory)
2 Waiting On The World To Change John Mayer Continuum
3 Bubbly Colbie Caillat Coco
4 Sunday Morning Maroon 5 Songs About Jane
5 Those Sweet Words Norah Jones Feels Like Home
6 New Soul Yael Naïm Yael Naïm
7 Untitled All-Time Quarterback All-Time Quarterback
8 Sneakin' Out The Hospital Beastie Boys Hello Nasty
9 The Game Of Love Santana Shaman
10 You Are The Sunshine Of My Life Stevie Wonder The Definitive Collection
11 Starry Eyed Surprise Paul Oakenfold Bunkka
12 Let Go Frou Frou Details
13 Agua De Beber Antonio Carlos Jobim Bossa Nova Brasil
14 Thank Heaven 4 You Esthero Wikked Lil' Grrrls (Parental Advisory)
15 Época Gotan Project La Revancha Del Tango
16 Lovefool The Cardigans First Band On The Moon
17 Where It's At Beck Odelay
18 No One (Radio Edit) Alicia Keys No One (Radio Edit)
19 Stronger Kanye West Graduation (Parental Advisory)
20 Umbrella Rihanna Good Girl Gone Bad
21 Nappy Heads (Remix Radio Edit) The Fugees Greatest Hits
22 Oh My God A Tribe Called Quest The Anthology
23 Upside Down Jack Johnson Sing-A-Longs & Lullabies For The Film Curious George
24 Marching Bands Of Manhattan Death Cab for Cutie Plans
25 Everybody's Changing Keane Hopes And Fears
26 Stop And Stare One Republic Dreaming Out Loud
27 Don't Let Me Down No Doubt Rock Steady
28 The Garden Mirah Advisory Committee
29 Pull Up The People M.I.A. Arular (Parental Advisory)
30 The Seed (2.0) The Roots Phrenology (Edited)
31 Love Song Sara Bareilles Little Voice
32 Put Your Records On Corinne Bailey Rae Corinne Bailey Rae (Deluxe Edition)
33 Unwritten Natasha Bedingfield Unwritten
34 I'm A Broken Heart The Bird & The Bee The Bird And The Bee (Parental Advisory)
35 Brand New Colony The Postal Service Give Up
36 Breathe Télépopmusik Genetic World
37 Teardrop Massive Attack Mezzanine
38 Falling Slowly Glen Hansard Once: Motion Picture Soundtrack
39 Seasons Of Love Original Broadway Cast Rent: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
40 Theme from New York, New York Frank Sinatra My Way: The Best of Frank Sinatra [1 CD]
41 Corcovado Antonio Carlos Jobim Elis & Tom
42 My Song for Today Isabel Rivera My Song For Today
43 What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong The Definitive Collection