Parish of St. Vincent Ferrer and St. Catherine of Siena

Parish of St. Vincent Ferrer and St. Catherine of Siena

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thanks for mass as a former member class
of 1958
I miss your morning 9am Mass! Thank you for all your sharing during this time.
Is there a daily mass being streamed today?
Will the Mass on Wednesday (the Solemnity of John the Baptist) be at the normal 12:10 time?

Incidentally, I see nothing about Public Masses starting tomorrow on the Archdiocese website. You'd think the announcement about such a thing would be easy to find.
I would like this church to make a statement in support of Black Lives Matter. You are the church I go to most. I would like you to do that. I am asking you to.
I saw there was a 9:00 Mass this morning, but I didn't see it posted anywhere, and I don't a 9am mentioned on your website. Is there some place where I can find the online schedule for Easter Week? Thank you.
Miss all my Third Order friends,and keeping everyone in prayer!
Waiting for Good Friday liturgy, and hoping you guys are okay.
Thank you for the beautiful Palm Sunday mass and the penance service. God bless and keep you.
What happened to all the Catholics in the Holy Land?

Responding to the 60-foot deep steel wall Egypt built between itself and the Gaza Strip and Israel's blockade of Gaza preventing the importation of food items, medicine, and building materials, Father Manuel Musallam said, "We should remind the world that this siege is not only affecting the lives of 10 or 20 people. It is 1.5 million Palestinians who are suffering every single day. Any obstacle put in our face is an obstacle in the face of our liberation. We will all die. But we will never die as slaves to others nor in fear of American and Israel. We will dig deeper in the ground or go by sea. This wall will never stop our freedom." The steel wall Egypt is building is being built with the consultation of the U. S. Army Corp of Engineers and U. S. tax dollars and is meant to stop Gazans from tunneling into Egypt to obtain blockaded items. Israel prevents freedom of movement for Gazans. With 68 words Lord Balfour and the pro-Zionist establishment decided the fate of the Holy Land. Until November 1947, when the U. N. General Assembly passed Resolution 181 partitioning Palestine, Palestinian Catholics lived peacefully among Muslims and the small Jewish population in the area. With the passage of the non-binding Resolution 181, however, Zionist forces began their ethnic cleansing campaign in earnest. At the time, Catholics represented 18% of Palestine’s population, with many families tracing their ancestry back to the time of Christ. Today, Catholics comprise fewer than 2% of Palestinians, with the loss of Jerusalem’s Catholic community being the most profound, plunging from a peak of 51% in 1922 to just 3% today. By the time of the Deir Yassin Massacre in early April, 1948, over a quarter-million Palestinians, many of them Catholic , had been displaced; either killed or made refugees. Like their Muslim neighbors, Catholic Palestinians sought to find a safe refuge following the establishment of Israel. Because Gaza came under Egyptian rule in 1948, Palestinians of all faiths fled there. As the Zionist militias advanced, razing entire towns, massacring families, and confiscating all property in their wake, many Catholics fled to Jerusalem, a divided. yet still international city. For a time Catholics and Muslims in East Jerusalem, which was under Jordanian control, remained relatively safe.
In 1967, Israel chose to further expand its borders, attacking Egypt, Syria, and Jordan. Within six days, all three nations had been defeated, and Israel had tripled its territory, rendering millions of Palestinians homeless or living under occupation or in Israel under martial law. Along with its Muslim neighbors, Gaza’s small Catholic community found itself imprisoned between Israel and the sea and the land swollen with additional refugees. But Gaza’s Catholics also discovered they were invisible; unacknowledged, dismissed, denounced, or forgotten by fellow Catholics throughout the world especially in the United States. Faced with the brutal occupation of the Israeli army and with no-one speaking out against Israel and America most Catholics have left the Holy Land to seek a future free of oppression and fear.

Fr Mussalam was not allowed by Israel to visit his family for 13 years . He has retired to Ramallah)
Does anyone know what time Mass is tonight (Monday, Dec 31) for tomorrow’s Holy Day?
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The Parish of St. Vincent Ferrer and St. Catherine of Siena offers Mass, confession, as well as devotional, educational and service opportunities on a regular basis.

All are welcome for prayer and reflection. The Dominican friars of the Parish of St. Catherine of Siena have served Catholics on the Upper East Side for 150 years. The parish includes the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer (869 Lexington and 66th St.) and the Church of St. Catherine of Siena (411 East 68th St. at 1st Ave).

Operating as usual

11/05/2021

November 5, 2021: The Holy Mass

November 5, 2021: The Holy Mass

11/04/2021

This coming Monday!

This coming Monday!

11/04/2021

Novermber 4, 2021: The Holy Mass

Novermber 4, 2021: The Holy Mass

11/02/2021

Novermber 2, 2021: Solemn Requiem Mass for All Souls Day

Novermber 2, 2021: Solemn Requiem Mass for All Souls Day

11/02/2021

Join us tonight, Tuesday, November 2, at 6 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer for the Solemn Requiem Mass of All Souls Day. The Schola will sing Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem in D minor, Op. 48 with a chamber orchestra.

Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine: et lux perpetua luceat eis. Rest eternal grant unto them, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon them.

Join us tonight, Tuesday, November 2, at 6 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer for the Solemn Requiem Mass of All Souls Day. The Schola will sing Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem in D minor, Op. 48 with a chamber orchestra.

Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine: et lux perpetua luceat eis. Rest eternal grant unto them, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon them.

11/01/2021

Novermber 1,2021: The Solemnity of All Saints.

November 1, 2021: Solemn Mass for the Solemnity of All Saints

Fauré: Requiem, Op. 48; In paradisum 11/01/2021

Fauré: Requiem, Op. 48; In paradisum

Join us tonight for the 6 PM Solemn Mass of All Saints Day at Saint Vincent Ferrer for which the Schola will sing Moritz Brosig’s Mass No. 3 in C minor, Op. 29 and Justorum animae as well as Anton Bruckner’s Os justi.

Tuesday, November 2, is All Souls Day on which the Church prays for all the souls in Purgatory. At tomorrow's 6 PM Solemn Requiem Mass, the Schola will sing Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem in D minor, Op. 48.

Tuesday's 12:10 PM Mass at St. Vincent’s will be a Sung Mass and, in addition to the normal daily Mass schedule at both churches, we will also have a 1 PM Low Mass at St. Catherine’s.

Fauré: Requiem, Op. 48; In paradisum The Schola Cantorum of Vincent Ferrer - New York City James D. Wetzel, Director of Music and Organist In paradisum from Requiem in D minor, Op. 48 Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924) In paradisium deducant te

10/31/2021

Monday, November 1 is the Solemnity of All Souls and Tuesday, November 2 is the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed, commonly known as All Souls Day. On Monday and Tuesday, the 6 PM Mass will be a Solemn Mass with the Schola Cantorum, and the 12:10 PM Mass will be a Sung Mass, both at St. Vincent Ferrer. There will be an additional 1 PM Low Mass at St. Cathrine of Siena on both days as well.

Monday, November 1 is the Solemnity of All Souls and Tuesday, November 2 is the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed, commonly known as All Souls Day. On Monday and Tuesday, the 6 PM Mass will be a Solemn Mass with the Schola Cantorum, and the 12:10 PM Mass will be a Sung Mass, both at St. Vincent Ferrer. There will be an additional 1 PM Low Mass at St. Cathrine of Siena on both days as well.

10/31/2021

October 31, 2021: The Holy Mass

October 31, 2021: The Holy Mass

Bruckner: Os justi 10/29/2021

Bruckner: Os justi

The great Solemnity of All Saints is this coming Monday, November 1 whereon we celebrate all the saints of the Church, even those who are not known to us. As we hear in the Introit of the Mass: “Let us all rejoice in the Lord, as we celebrate the feast day in honor of all the Saints, at whose festival the Angels rejoice and praise the Son of God.”

Monday's 6 PM Solemn Mass at St. Vincent’s will include Moritz Brosig’s Mass No. 3 in C minor, Op. 29 and Justorum animae as well as Anton Bruckner’s Os justi.

The 12:10 PM Mass at St. Vincent’s will be a Sung Mass both days. Also, in addition to the normal daily Mass schedule at both churches, we will also have a 1 PM Low Mass at St. Catherine’s.

Have a listen to a recording of the Schola singing Bruckner's masterpiece and hear it live on Monday!

Bruckner: Os justi The Schola Cantorum of Vincent Ferrer - New York City James D. Wetzel, Director of Music and Organist Os justi Anton Bruckner (1824-1896) Os justi meditabitur sapientiam: et lingua ejus loquetur jud

10/28/2021

Thursday, October 28 is the Feast of Sts. Simon and Jude, Apostles. There will be a Sung Mass at 5:15 PM at St. Catherine of Siena which will be followed by the weekly Heath Care Ministry Holy Hour.. Today concludes the Parish’s Decade of Prayer to Sts. Luke and Jude.

Thursday, October 28 is the Feast of Sts. Simon and Jude, Apostles. There will be a Sung Mass at 5:15 PM at St. Catherine of Siena which will be followed by the weekly Heath Care Ministry Holy Hour.. Today concludes the Parish’s Decade of Prayer to Sts. Luke and Jude.

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[10/24/21]   Today is the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time. In the Gospel of Mark, we hear Jesus say to the blind Bartimaeus, "Go your way; your faith has saved you.” At the 12 Noon Solemn Mass, the Schola will sing music of 20th century France: Francis Poulenc's Exultate Deo and Pierre Villette's Ave verum corpus, Op. 3.

10/21/2021

RCYO Winners Recital – American Guild of Organists

RCYO Winners Recital – American Guild of Organists

10/18/2021

Monday, October 18 is the Feast of St. Luke, Evangelist. There will be a Sung Mass at 5:15 PM at St. Catherine of Siena.

From the Feast of St. Luke through the Feast of Sts. Simon and Jude on October 28, the Parish will offer a Decade of Prayer. In these days we pray to St. Luke as the patron of physicians and to St. Jude, as the Apostle of Hope. The prayer of the Decade will be said at all the Masses. Holy cards and petition slips will be available at both Churches.

Monday, October 18 is the Feast of St. Luke, Evangelist. There will be a Sung Mass at 5:15 PM at St. Catherine of Siena.

From the Feast of St. Luke through the Feast of Sts. Simon and Jude on October 28, the Parish will offer a Decade of Prayer. In these days we pray to St. Luke as the patron of physicians and to St. Jude, as the Apostle of Hope. The prayer of the Decade will be said at all the Masses. Holy cards and petition slips will be available at both Churches.

10/17/2021

October 17, 2021: The Holy Mass

October 17, 2021: The Holy Mass

The Journey to the First Ordinariate Mass in NYC and Beyond 10/14/2021

The Journey to the First Ordinariate Mass in NYC and Beyond

Happy to share a positive commentary about our recent Anglican Ordinarite Mass at St. Vincent Ferrer.

The Journey to the First Ordinariate Mass in NYC and Beyond The Durandus Institute Executive Director reflects on the journey to the first Ordinariate Mass in NYC, how it all came together, and what the future holds.

[10/11/21]   In observance of Columbus Day, the Parish Offices are closed today, Monday, October 10. Masses and Confessions will be offered as usual.

10/10/2021

October 10, 2021: The Holy Mass

October 10, 2021: The Holy Mass

10/07/2021

Thursday, October 7 is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. There will be a Sung Mass and Procession at 6 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer.

October is dedicated as the month of the Holy Rosary. On October 7, 1571, the heavily-outnumbered navy of the Holy League, organized by Pope Pius V (a Dominican) and composed of forces from the major Catholic maritime states in the Mediterranean—primarily the Venetian Republic and the Spanish Empire—defeated the Turkish fleet in a battle off Lepanto on the coast of Greece. Because the victory was attributed to the recitation of the Rosary, the Pope instituted October 7 as a day honoring Mary under the title “Our Lady of Victory.” The universal feast, known as that of Our Lady of the Rosary, is particularly important to the Order of Preachers, who traditionally celebrate the first Sunday of October as "Rosary Sunday."

Thursday, October 7 is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. There will be a Sung Mass and Procession at 6 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer.

October is dedicated as the month of the Holy Rosary. On October 7, 1571, the heavily-outnumbered navy of the Holy League, organized by Pope Pius V (a Dominican) and composed of forces from the major Catholic maritime states in the Mediterranean—primarily the Venetian Republic and the Spanish Empire—defeated the Turkish fleet in a battle off Lepanto on the coast of Greece. Because the victory was attributed to the recitation of the Rosary, the Pope instituted October 7 as a day honoring Mary under the title “Our Lady of Victory.” The universal feast, known as that of Our Lady of the Rosary, is particularly important to the Order of Preachers, who traditionally celebrate the first Sunday of October as "Rosary Sunday."

10/04/2021

Monday, October 4 is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Religious. Given the close relationship of St. Dominic and St. Francis, the Order of Preachers revere him as Holy Father Francis. There will be a Sung Mass at 6 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer.

Monday, October 4 is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Religious. Given the close relationship of St. Dominic and St. Francis, the Order of Preachers revere him as Holy Father Francis. There will be a Sung Mass at 6 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer.

10/03/2021

October 3, 2021: Solemn Mass for Rosary Sunday

October 3, 2021: Solemn Mass for Rosary Sunday

[10/02/21]   October is dedicated as the month of the Holy Rosary. On October 7, 1571, the heavily-outnumbered navy of the Holy League, organized by Pope Pius V (a Dominican) and composed of forces from the major Catholic maritime states in the Mediterranean—primarily the Venetian Republic and the Spanish Empire—defeated the Turkish fleet in a battle off Lepanto on the coast of Greece. Because the victory was attributed to the recitation of the Rosary, the Pope instituted October 7 as a day honoring Mary under the title “Our Lady of Victory.” The universal feast, known as that of Our Lady of the Rosary, is particularly important to the Order of Preachers, who traditionally celebrate the first Sunday of October as ‘Rosary Sunday.’

This weekend, the Parish will distributed blessed rose petals and will bless rosaries at all Masses.

Divine Worship Mass of Our Lady of Walsingham in NYC 09/30/2021

Divine Worship Mass of Our Lady of Walsingham in NYC

A spread of photos from last Friday's historic Mass at St. Vincent Ferrer.

Divine Worship Mass of Our Lady of Walsingham in NYC Last Friday, the Durandus Institute for Sacred Liturgy and Music--which debuted with the Sarum Vespers of Candlemas Eve in Philadelphia, an...

09/29/2021

September 29, 2021: Solemn Mass for Michaelmas

September 29, 2021: Solemn Mass for Michaelmas

09/29/2021

Today, Wednesday, September 29th, is the Feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, Archangels, commonly known as Michaelmas. The Parish will offer a Solemn Mass at 6 PM with the Schola Cantorum singing Orlando di Lasso's Missa Domine Dominus noster; Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina's Stetit angelus; Richard Deering's Factum est silentium; and Thomas Tallis's O salutaris hostia. The weekly Wednesday Holy Hour will immediately follow the 6 PM Mass.

Originally the feast day was for St. Michael alone. Gabriel and Raphael’s feasts were joined in the Conciliar reforms. Gabriel’s feast previously was on March 24th (paired with the Annunciation that he made) and Raphael’s on October 24th.

Michaelmas (until the 18th century a Holy Day of Obligation), is one of the ‘quarter days’ in the English tradition where yearly accounts were settled and new servants were hired. The fall academic semester as well as the last quarter of the legal calendar in the English Inns of Court is known as ‘Michaelmas term.’ The other quarter days are Lady Day (March 25th), Midsummer Day – St. John’s Day (June 24th), and Christmas Day (December 25th).

Today, Wednesday, September 29th, is the Feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, Archangels, commonly known as Michaelmas. The Parish will offer a Solemn Mass at 6 PM with the Schola Cantorum singing Orlando di Lasso's Missa Domine Dominus noster; Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina's Stetit angelus; Richard Deering's Factum est silentium; and Thomas Tallis's O salutaris hostia. The weekly Wednesday Holy Hour will immediately follow the 6 PM Mass.

Originally the feast day was for St. Michael alone. Gabriel and Raphael’s feasts were joined in the Conciliar reforms. Gabriel’s feast previously was on March 24th (paired with the Annunciation that he made) and Raphael’s on October 24th.

Michaelmas (until the 18th century a Holy Day of Obligation), is one of the ‘quarter days’ in the English tradition where yearly accounts were settled and new servants were hired. The fall academic semester as well as the last quarter of the legal calendar in the English Inns of Court is known as ‘Michaelmas term.’ The other quarter days are Lady Day (March 25th), Midsummer Day – St. John’s Day (June 24th), and Christmas Day (December 25th).

09/28/2021

Join Fr. Albert Paretsky, O.P., in an eight-week Parish Study in which he will explore how to read St. John’s Gospel.

The Study will take place in person at St. Vincent Ferrer in the Parish Hall (lower church) at 6:45 PM on Tuesdays from September 28 until November 16.

Please complete a brief registration form so that we know how many to expect. (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgFnfNwVPUCQyyQZWqdg-FGTZkS1l3VuH2Iw0qLSSkCvNYgg/viewform)

A book will be available for purchase during the sessions. "Gospel According to John And the Johannine Letters (New Collegeville Bible Commentary. New Testament, V. 4)"

Join Fr. Albert Paretsky, O.P., in an eight-week Parish Study in which he will explore how to read St. John’s Gospel.

The Study will take place in person at St. Vincent Ferrer in the Parish Hall (lower church) at 6:45 PM on Tuesdays from September 28 until November 16.

Please complete a brief registration form so that we know how many to expect. (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgFnfNwVPUCQyyQZWqdg-FGTZkS1l3VuH2Iw0qLSSkCvNYgg/viewform)

A book will be available for purchase during the sessions. "Gospel According to John And the Johannine Letters (New Collegeville Bible Commentary. New Testament, V. 4)"

[09/27/21]   This is a full week of feastdays:
Monday, September 27 – Memorial of St. Vincent de Paul, the founder of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians) and of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul. He is known for his devotion to the poor and for his promotion of seminary education.

Tuesday, September 28 – Memorial of St. Dominic Ibañez and his companions, Dominican martyrs of Japan

Wednesday, September 29 – Feast of Sts. Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, archangels (Michaelmas). There will be a Solemn Mass at St. Vincent Ferrer at 6 PM with the Schola Cantorum for this Quarter Day.

Thursday, September 30 – Memorial of St. Jerome, Priest and Doctor of the Church. His landmark translation of the Bible is known as the Vulgate.

Friday, October 1 – Memorial of St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus, more popularly known as the Little Flower. A humble cloistered Carmelite nun, she is the patroness of foreign missions and of France.

Saturday, October 2 – Memorial of the Holy Guardian Angels

09/26/2021

September 26, 2021: The Holy Mass

September 26, 2021: The Holy Mass

09/24/2021

September 24, 2021: The Angilican Ordiniate Mass

September 24, 2021: Solemn Ordinariate Mass for the Feast of Our Lady of Walsingham

09/22/2021

This Friday, September 24 at 7 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer, there will be a Solemn Mass for the Blessed Virgin Mary celebrated according to the Anglican Ordinariate Use of the Roman Rite. It will be the first such Mass ever offered in New York City. All are most welcome.

The Personal Ordinariate was created by Pope Benedict XVI in 2009; it allows groups of former Anglicans converting to Catholicism to retain some of their liturgical patrimony.
The Blessed Virgin Mary’s apparition to Lady Richeldis de Faverches in 1061 in the small village of Walsingham in Norfolk inspired what would become the strongest Marian devotion of the Catholic faithful in England. A pilgrimage to Our Lady of Walsingham’s shrine trailed only those to Rome and Santiago de Compostela in popularity. Destroyed in the Reformation in 1538, Pope Leo XIII re-founded the shrine in 1896, sparking a resurgence of devotion in the 20th century. The cathedral of the United States’s Ordinariate in Houston is dedicated to Our Lady of Walsingham.

Fr. Armando Alejandro, Jr., a priest of the Ordinariate, will celebrate the Mass, and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman, O.P., himself a convert from Anglicanism, will preach.

The Parish’s Schola Cantorum will sing music of the Anglican choral tradition, including Herbert Howells’s Collegium Regale Communion Service, originally written for the choir of King’s College, Cambridge.

This Friday, September 24 at 7 PM at St. Vincent Ferrer, there will be a Solemn Mass for the Blessed Virgin Mary celebrated according to the Anglican Ordinariate Use of the Roman Rite. It will be the first such Mass ever offered in New York City. All are most welcome.

The Personal Ordinariate was created by Pope Benedict XVI in 2009; it allows groups of former Anglicans converting to Catholicism to retain some of their liturgical patrimony.
The Blessed Virgin Mary’s apparition to Lady Richeldis de Faverches in 1061 in the small village of Walsingham in Norfolk inspired what would become the strongest Marian devotion of the Catholic faithful in England. A pilgrimage to Our Lady of Walsingham’s shrine trailed only those to Rome and Santiago de Compostela in popularity. Destroyed in the Reformation in 1538, Pope Leo XIII re-founded the shrine in 1896, sparking a resurgence of devotion in the 20th century. The cathedral of the United States’s Ordinariate in Houston is dedicated to Our Lady of Walsingham.

Fr. Armando Alejandro, Jr., a priest of the Ordinariate, will celebrate the Mass, and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman, O.P., himself a convert from Anglicanism, will preach.

The Parish’s Schola Cantorum will sing music of the Anglican choral tradition, including Herbert Howells’s Collegium Regale Communion Service, originally written for the choir of King’s College, Cambridge.

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September 29, 2021: Solemn Mass for Michaelmas
September 26, 2021: The Holy Mass
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