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NYC - Sun March 7th Young Adult Mass - Social & Reception - Talk on Mid-Lent Crisis

2/26/2010 - 4:39 PM PST

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ASTORIA, NY (February 26, 2010) - Our Young Adult Mass draws a large gathering of young professionals. Young Adult Mass on Sunday March 7th at 12:30pm at:

Our Lady of the Snows Church
258-15 80th Avenue
Floral Park, NY 11004
www.olsnows.org

After mass, meet the group in the White Room (of the lower church) for the social and reception. Our guest speaker will be Seminarian David Atanasio of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, and his talk is titled "Mid-Lent Crisis: Better Late than Never."

***Directions to the church***
The Church is located on 258th Street between Union Turnpike and 80th Avenue in Floral Park, Queens. Note that 258th Street is now one way, running north from 80th Avenue to Union Turnpike and 259th is one way running south from Union Turnpike to 80th Avenue.

***From the North (the Bronx, Westchester, Northern New Jersey)
Throggs Neck or Whitestone Bridge to Cross Island Parkway South. Cross Island Parkway to Union Turnpike Exit. Exit u-turns to the right. Make a right at the stop sign. Take road to end and make a right at the light onto Union Turnpike. Take Union Turnpike east to 259th Street. Make a right onto 259th Street.

***From the East (Long Island)
LIE to Exit 32, Little Neck Parkway. Left at the light at the end of exit ramp. Take Little Neck Parkway about 3 miles to Union Turnpike. Left at the light onto Union Turnpike. Take Union Turnpike east to 259th Street. Make a right onto 259th Street.

OR

Northern State Parkway to Exit 24 Little Neck Parkway. Left at the light at the end of exit ramp. Take Little Neck Parkway to Union Turnpike. Left at the light onto Union Turnpike. Take Union Turnpike east to 259th Street. Make a right onto 259th Street.

***From Brooklyn and Southern New Jersey
Belt Parkway to Cross Island Parkway North. Cross Island Parkway to Union Turnpike Exit. Sharp right at 1st stop sign, onto 81st Avenue. 81st Avenue to 258th Street. Left onto 258th Street. OLS is between 80th Avenue and Union Turnpike. Parking lot is on your right on 258th Street.

***From Western Queens, Manhattan and Central New Jersey
LIE East to Exit 32, Little Neck Parkway. Right at light at end of ramp onto Little Neck Parkway. Take Little Neck Parkway about 3 miles to Union Turnpike. Left at the light onto Union Turnpike. Take Union Turnpike east to 259th Street. Make a right onto 259th Street. Parking lot will be on your right.

OR

Grand Central Parkway to exit 24, Little Neck Parkway. Road forks, bear to the right and make a right at the stop sign onto Little Neck Parkway. Take Little Neck Parkway to Union Turnpike. Left at the light onto Union Turnpike. Take Union Turnpike east to 259th Street. Make a right onto 259th Street. Parking lot will be on your right.

***By Train & Bus
Take the E or F train to Queens. Get off at Union Turnpike, Kew Gardens. Exit toward back of train. Go toward stairs to right of the token booth. Make a left at the top of the first flight of stairs. Take the Q46 (260th Street Glen Oaks bus) or the Q46 (LIJ Hospital Lakeville Road bus). Get off at 258th Street. Church is down the block to the left.

***Parking for the Church is available in parking lots on 258th & 259th Streets.

Contact Fr. Patrick Longalong at 718.347.6070 or at fr.longalong@gmail.com with any questions.

Contact

The Catholic Fellowship
http://www.cfnetwork.org  NY, 11102 US
Toan Chu - President, 917 653-2140

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