Labor Day Mass & Parish House Schedule
The Parish House will be closed on Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day. One Mass will be celebrated in the Church at 8:30 AM. There will be no 5:30 PM Mass.
St. Ignatius Loyola Young Adults is a community for 20 to 30-year-olds who seek companionship and conversation to deepen their Ignatian spirituality and to find God in all things. Join us for Soulful Sunday Conversation for coffee and bagels, from September through June. This is a mix of spiritual and social conversation with other young […]
Join the Tuesday Night Book Group to hear a one-hour talk focusing on the spiritual dimensions of the teachings of the Angelic Doctor, St. Thomas Aquinas. Aquinas’ writings reveal a […]
A six-session support group for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. The sessions, both educational and supportive, are run by an experienced facilitator. To register, email the Emmaus Bereavement Support Group at [email protected] or call the Parish House at (212) 288-3588 and leave your name and telephone number with the receptionist. Registration is required.
All parishioners and their guests are invited to join us for an inspiring journey through the past 5000 years of humanity's search for God through art, led by authors Steve […]
We are a group of LGBT parishioners and family and friends (and parents) of LGBT persons. We are a parish ministry of, by, and for our lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender sisters and brothers in Christ and those who love and support them. Our ministry extends to, and embraces, the mission of the entire parish, […]
St. Ignatius Loyola Young Adults is a community for 20 to 30-year-olds who seek companionship and conversation to deepen their Ignatian spirituality and to find God in all things. Join us in Wallace Hall for wine & cheese, following the 5:30 PM Mass.
In front of the Church on Park Avenue and East 84th Street Join your fellow parishioners for fun and fellowship after the 11 AM Solemn Mass and Wallace Hall Family Mass. We’ve missed you! Featuring treats and children’s activities. Plus, learn all about the various ministries here at St. Ignatius!
Ranger Rosary serves deployed members of our Armed Services. We make rosaries by hand and since August 2009, our group has made over 21,000 rosaries for servicewomen and servicemen. Supplies and instructions are provided. Please contact Marilyn Esposito at [email protected] if you are interested. Note: Proof of vaccination is required to attend. Please email documentation to [email protected] prior to the day of the meeting.
We will view and discuss the PBS documentary Rise of the Drones (link to documentary). About the documentary: Drones. These unmanned flying robots do things straight out of science fiction. Much of what it takes to get these robotic airplanes to fly, sense, and kill has remained secret.
Join the Tuesday Night Book Group as we read and discuss the short but powerful 60-page book UNION WITH GOD: Living the Christ Life by Jesuit priest Fr. David Meconi, who explains, "A key fact of the Christian life that we in the 21st century have either forgotten or misunderstood that Christianity is a two-act play: In the […]
Are you longing for a deeper relationship with God through Christ? Is your childhood way of relating to God insufficient now that you are an adult? If you answered […]
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has been an active ministry at Saint Ignatius Loyola since 1865. SVdP has continued serving our neighbors in need through several wars, the Great Depression, and the September 11th attacks. Our meetings begin with a prayer and spiritual reflection, followed by an agenda of items geared toward service toward the Poor. We also build and grow in friendship by sharing updates and happenings in our lives. Please consider joining us as we serve…
On Zoom Reading the Bible can be perplexing; how are we to interpret stories of divinely sanctioned violence, destruction, and chaos? Class presentations and discussions will unpack the most challenging passages. Participants will be invited to suggest texts for analysis. To register, email [email protected]
With the current refugee crisis, as people of faith, we ask ourselves: Are we doing enough as a parish and as an individual? Jesus teaches us to go out in Love and serve our neighbors in need. Catholic Social Teaching also propels us to care for those most in need. PANELISTS Mario Russell, Director of […]