October 14 Difficult Questions #1 following the 6pm Mass we gather in Newman Hall.
Topic: A panel led discussion on the Sexual Abuse Crisis in the era of #MeToo: Accountability and the Church
The panel includes Fr. Michael Callaghan, co. who has worked with survivors and church leadership in addressing instances of abuse.
Sarah Spieldenner, Oratory parishioner and Chaplain and Director of Spiritual Care at Brooklyn Hospital.
Mike Devlin, Oratory parishioner, psychiatrist and faculty member of NYU
December 18 Join us for “Civility in America: On Campus” at the Sheen Center in Manhattan.
Princeton Professors Robert P. George and Cornel West discuss the importance of freedom of speech in the search for truth, both on campus and in wider society. Tickets are free for young professionals. There are 19 spots. Contact Fr. Michael to ensure your firstname.lastname@example.org
January 13 and January 17 Assumption Faith Beds Me’s Shelter – We prepare food and offer hospitality to a dozen homeless men who stay with us during the month of January.
February 24 Difficult Questions #2 following the 6pm Mass we gather in Newman Hall.
Topic: The Church in the era of Trump. How do we reconcile friendships and family that don’t share the same views?
May 19 Difficult Questions #3 following the 6pm Mass we gather in Newman Hall.
Topic: The LGBTQ Community and the Church
April 19 Way of the Cross over the Brooklyn Bridge. Details when they are known.
Look for Mass with a Jazz event on Sunday May 26th the Feast of St. Philip Neri!
2018-2019 Post Mass Social Wine and Cheese Socials with Beyond Sunday @ the Oratory
Our socials provide people an opportunity to meet, mingle and get to know each other after the 6:00 p.m. Mass on Sundays. Dates for scheduled socials are below. Have a glass of wine or seltzer, some cheese and other snacks. GF/DF available.
September 23 Homecoming Sunday:
May 26 Jazz and reception after 6:00 p.m. Mass