November Events Highlights: All Saints' Day, All Souls' Day, Thanksgiving

| 11/1/2023

By: The Good Newsroom

A month of gratitude and reflection ushers in a variety of events throughout the Archdiocese of New York

Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2020, celebrates an abundant harvest and the blessing of family and friends. "Bless the God of all, who has done wondrous things on earth." -- Sirach 50:22.

The Archdiocese of New York’s calendar is full of significant events that are open for registration. Below is a selection of some of those activities and information on how to get involved. Click the link on each event title for more information.

November 1 | All Saints’ Day (Holy Day of Obligation) | St. Patrick’s Cathedral

November 2 | All Souls’ Day Mass | Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne

November 5 | 40 Days of Life Conclusion | Various locations

November 9 | Priest Alumni Evening | St. Joseph’s Seminary

November 11 | Formation Day | Dia de Formación | Fordham University

November 11 | Finding Hope and Healing Through Separation and Divorce | St. Augustine Church

November 12 | CYLA Youth Leader Forums: Youth as Protagonists and Leaders | St. Anthony of Padua, West Harrison

November 16 | Hope for All Times: Hope for the Holy Days! | Transfiguration Church, Tarrytown

November 18 | Feminine Genius Brunch | Nicotra’s Ballroom, Staten Island

Parishes: submit your events here for inclusion on the Archdiocese of New York events calendar1

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