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An hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, along with available Confessions, is available Monday-Friday at 4:15 p.m. with Mass at 5:15 p.m. Walk-ins for Confession are always welcome. For weekend liturgical information, see this page.

Holy Week and Easter Schedule

The Catholic Center at NYU will have its usual Mass schedule on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (March 30 - April 1st). All of the liturgies for the Sacred Triduum and Easter will take place at St. Joseph's Church, 371 Sixth Avenue. 

The Schedule is as follows:

Holy Thursday, April 3
9:00 am - Morning Prayer
7:30 pm - Mass of the Lord's Supper 

Good Friday, April 4
12:00 pm - Stations of the Cross
3:00 pm - Commemoration of the Lord's Passion and Death

Holy Saturday, April 5
9:00 am - Morning Prayer
8:00 pm - Easter Vigil 

Easter Sunday, April 6
9:00 am - Mass
11:30 am - Mass (ticket holders only)
6:00 pm - Mass

Aquinas on Metaphysics and Morals

A conference sponsored by the Thomistic Institute

Saturday, April 18, 2015; 12:30 - 6 pm
Catholic Center at NYU
238 Thompson Street, New York, NY 10012

All are welcome. See below for more information:

Complete Schedule

12:30 PM: Lecture 1: "Are There Failed Persons?" by Prof. John O'Callaghan of the University of Notre Dame

1:30 PM: Break, with refreshments

2:00 PM: Lecture 2:  “Aquinas's metaphysics and the non-Aristotelian character of Aquinas's ethics,” by Prof. Eleanor Stump of St. Louis University

3:00 PM: Break, with refreshments

3:30: PM: Lecture 3: Prof. Candace Vogler of the University of Chicago

4:30 PM: Break

5:00 PM: Lecture 4: "To Be Good is To Do the Truth: Reality, Good, and the Primordial Conscience," by Prof. Reinhard Huetter of Duke Divinity School

Visit the Thomistic Institute for more information.

Aquinas and the Philosophy of Nature

The 5th Annual Philosophy Workshop

June 4 - 7, 2015
Mount Saint Mary College
330 Powell Avenue, Newburgh, NY

Sponsoring Institutions:
The Catholic and Dominican Institute
Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, NY

The Thomistic Institute
The Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC

The Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture
Notre Dame, IN

Click here for a PDF flyer of the conference.
Click here for more detailed information and to register.