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NYC Sun Mar 21st Young Adult Mass - Dinner & Drinks - Dr. Phil Mango on Male & Female Sexuality

2/26/2010 - 4:45 PM PST

Catholic PRWire

ASTORIA, NY (February 26, 2010) - Our Young Adult Mass event draws a good crowd of young professionals throughout the NYC tri-state area, and is a good opportunity to mix and mingle. Young Adult Mass on Sunday March 21st at 5pm at:

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
23-25 Newtown Avenue
Astoria, NY 11102
(Cross Street is Crescent Street & Newtown Avenue)

After mass, meet the group in front of the church to head to dinner to:

Brewhouse (formerly Indigo)
28-50 31st Street, 2nd Floor
Astoria, NY 11102
Between 30th Ave & Newtown Ave

During dinner, our guest speaker will be Dr. Phil Mango, and he will talk about "Male & Female Sexuality."

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 and Crescent Street

From Westchester & NJ, take the Triboro/RFK Bridge and exit 29th Street (first exit in Queens). From 29th Street, turn right on Astoria Blvd.

From Long Island, take the Grand Central Park Way and exit Hoyt Avenue (last exit before Triboro/RFK Bridge). Turn left on 31st Street (below elevated subway line) and right on Astoria Blvd.

The entrance to the church parking lot is on Astoria Blvd. (pass Crescent Street).

Contact Toan Chu at with any questions.


The Catholic Fellowship  NY, 11102 US
Toan Chu - President, 917 653-2140


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