Holy Hours and Dinners


manhattan DINNER AND Holy Hour: January 13

6pm St. Vincent Ferrer Parish Mass
7:15pm Dinner
8:15pm Holy Hour

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: JANUARY 19

Come to pray and for fellowship! We are happy to have you with us.

Time: 12pm

Location: St. Joseph Co-Cathedral

The community of St. Joseph Co-Cathedral and the Frassati Fellowship of NYC invite all young adults in their 20s and 30s for an hour of Eucharistic Adoration with praise and worship, followed by brunch.

To RSVP for brunch, please email 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!