Holy Hours and Dinners


manhattan DINNER AND Holy Hour: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10

6pm-7:30pm - Dinner (Door opens 5:50pm)

7:30pm-8pm - Clean up

8:15pm-9:15pm - Holy Hour

Suggested donation: $10

Location: Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, 869 Lexington Avenue, between 65th Street and 66th Street.

If you would like to help with cooking, please contact cooking@frassati.nyc. If you would like to volunteer in any other capacity, please email dinner@frassati.nyc.

Brooklyn holy hour + Brunch: SATURDAY, October 26, Noon

Come for the next Brooklyn Holy Hour and brunch. St. Joseph Co-Cathedral is graciously hosting us for Eucharistic Adoration, with praise & worship and confession available. After Holy Hour, we will go for brunch and fellowship at a nearby restaurant. To help us get a headcount for brunch, RSVP to brooklyn@frassati.nyc.



What is a holy hour?

A Holy Hour, also referred to as Eucharistic Adoration, is a Catholic devotional tradition of spending an hour in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, which is exposed in a monstrance on the altar. Here is an example of how you may spend a Holy Hour, and 24 reasons to do so!