NOTRE DAME SERVES THE ENGLISH AND SPANISH-SPEAKING COMMUNITIES OF MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS AND IS THE CENTER OF THE FRENCH-SPEAKING COMMUNITY OF
The Church of Notre Dame is a Catholic parish located at Morningside Heights, Manhattan. It is the home of three different communities, English-speaking, French-speaking and Spanish-speaking. Its diverse cultural traditions and languages reflect the multiple sides of faith expression.
Please visit our beautiful church and grotto chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes. Join us for the Mass, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, the Rosary or just for a moment of private prayer.
You are very welcome here.
Msgr. John Paddack
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You may also call the Rectory at (212) 866-1500 or register in person.
The Collège des Berndins
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Open to all those who wonder about the meaning of life and the fate of mankind, the Collège des Bernardins invites everyone to discuss and exchange ideas, through philosophical reflection, research, training or artistic expression. It offers itself as a space for questioning and building ... to design together the society of today and tomorrow.
CETAD (Centre d'Enseignement de Théologie à Distance - Institut Catholique de Paris)
Cetad is open to all christians from different confession, and to each person who would like to deepen it's knowledge of the christian faith and the meaning of life.
Paths to Humanity - The strong commitment of our Francophone community
"Dear friends of New York
You cannot imagine how much your home, your openness, your commitment, your combativeness have been appreciated by our priests!
What has been done there by your entire team can hardly be decribed... "
Feedback from Paths to Humanity, Oct. 2016
Early October, 11 priests in training with Paths to Humanity, came from France to meet with NY's Francophone professionals. Entrepreneurs, journalists, diplomats, professionals from the financial, decoration and non-profit sectors ... each took the time to welcome them in their professional environment and initiate a dialogue with the clergy on "our changing world".
Hosted by the families of our francophone parish, this week was an opportunity for professional, personal, family and community encounters. The occasion of a truthful dialogue from which seems to emerge the warmth and the joy typical of great moments shared.
We are looking forward to the coming of the 2017 promotion!
9:30 am (Amsterdam Nursing Home)
10:00 am (French/Français)
11:30 am (Principal Mass)
1:00 pm (Spanish/Español)
5:30 pm (Sunday Vigil)
Saturday @ 4:30pm
Our priests are also available