Out @ St Paul (OSP) is the Gay & Lesbian ministry of our parish at St. Paul the 
Apostle in New York City, which seeks to engage our Catholic faith through service 
to our community, social activities and the exploration of Catholic spirituality.
We host events and activities around three guiding principles:

SPIRITUALITY: Enrich the spiritual and intellectual needs of G&L Catholics.
DIALOGUE: Build a positive community spirit and provide a safe and nurturing environment for G&L parishioners at St. Paul’s.
SERVICE: Leverage the talents of G&L parishioners to focus on needs within the G&L community in NYC.
NEWS:
+ Vatican public restrooms to include showers for the homeless READ

+ Francis: It is so sad to see bishops who instead of lowering themselves in service, are vain READ
+ Francis: “Condemning others is not Christian” READ
+ HEAR: A Guided Spiritual Meditation CLICK HERE
+ READ: EVANGELII GAUDIUM "The Joy of the Gospel"  Full Text
+ READ: 'Full of Faith' Remembering Ned O'Gorman
+ READ: NY Times Obituary
+ READ: Inside Pope Francis' Gentle Revolution: Rolling Stone
+ Being Gay / Having Faith series:  Materials now available!  Click here
NEXT OUT AT ST PAUL EVENTS:​

Time with Scripture - Guided Meditation - November 19, 7:00 p.m.
Join us in the Parish Center for a NEW session in our monthly guided meditation session during which we look to scripture to deepen our faith as LGBT people and supporters. We'll be meeting in the Parish Center. 

Thanksgiving Potluck with Apostolist - Sunday, November 23, 6:30 p.m.
The sign up portal for next week's Thanksgiving Potluck with Apostolist is now live. Please bring a favorite dish to share and post: CLICK HERE. Note that we can only accept ready-to-serve items. See you at the potluck next Sunday! All are welcome to attend. 

Out @ St. Paul
The Church of St. Paul the Apostle
405 West 59 Street, New York, NY 10019
(212) 265-3495, ext. 343
LOCKS OF LOVE: Thanks to your help OSP donated 150 locks to Covenant House to be used by the youth to lock up their belongings. In the past Covenant House relied on the individuals to provide their own locks. Now they are developing an inventory system so they can loan them to the young adults. This was an immediate need that Covenant House had and will ease a lot of the stress caused to staff and residents around missing and stolen items.