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Nov 15th in NYC: The King's Men on 'Chivalry: The Forgotten Art'

10/26/2009 - 6:33 PM PST

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ASTORIA, NY (October 26, 2009) - Join us, The Catholic Fellowship (www.cfnetwork.org) for the Young Adult Mass on Sunday November 15th at 5pm at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church located at 23-25 Newtown Avenue, Astoria, NY 11102. The church's website is www.mountcarmelastoria.org.

Following the mass, please head to the lower level of the Parish Center (directly across the street from the church on Newtown Avenue). Our guest speaker will be The King's Men (www.thekingsmen.org), and they will talk about "Chivalry: The Forgotten Art." This is a great topic for Catholic young adults.

Dinner will be provided, and we ask for a $10 donation for the food/drinks (cash payment will be collected at the event).

If you have any questions, please contact Joseph Mahon at josephmahon4@hotmail.com or at 973.418.2817.

Subway directions to the church: Take the N train uptown to Astoria and get off 30th Avenue Station. Walk down 31st Street and turn left on Newtown Avenue. The church is located on the corner of Newtown Avenue/Crescent Street.

Contact

The Catholic Fellowship
http://www.cfnetwork.org  NY, 11102 US
Toan Chu - President, 917 653.2140

Keywords

Catholic young adults

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Catholic Organizations

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