Young Adults

Young Couples and New Families

This group of newly engaged/married couples and new parents enjoys fellowship and potluck-style food in the student center lounge once a month on Thursday evenings. Sometimes there are discussion topics, and we are always open to new ideas for fellowship. Future dates for dinners are: May 15, June 19, July 17 and Aug 21.

Contact: Marisa O’Boyle,

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Theology on Tap

Once a month, college graduates and young professionals meet in a Harvard Square bar for food and drink and to lhear a speaker like Dr Mary Bet Klee on Virtues Education: Countering A Culture Adrift, Tom Terra on The Apostolic Fathers and Why I Joined the Catholic Church or Fr. Tom Nestor on A Day in the Life of a Priest.   The relaxed atmosphere is a great way to meet great people, learn more about the faith, have deep conversations and drink good beer. Sponsored by the Harvard Catholic Center.

Contact: Father George Salzmann,

Harvard Catholic Lecture Series

Several times a year, we gather at DiGiovanni Hall in adjoining St. Paul’s Choir School to hear distinguished speakers such as Dr. Peter Kreeft talk about the Hookup Culture: Slavery or Freedom, Ken Miller on Darwin, God and Design: Is There Room for God in the Evolutionary Process and Professors Mary Ann Glendon and Robert Georgeon Catholic Faith and Public Life. Sponsored by the Harvard Catholic Center.

Contact: Father George Salzmann,

Cor and Cor Loquitur

This group meets monthly on Tuesdays at 8:00 pm in the Fireside Lounge, 1st Floor of Dudley/Lehman House, Harvard Yard. There are readings and discussion about faith life and work.  Sponsored by the Harvard Catholic Center.

Contact:  Maria Devlin;

Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic fraternal benefit society that joins men of faith throughout the world in service, prayer, and faith formation. At the local level, brother Knights come together to serve their church and community through projects and fundraisers, to witness to the faith and the culture of life in an increasingly secular world, and to pray for the advancement of Christ’s mission on Earth.

Contact: Curtis St. Pierre,

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Daughters of Isabella

The Harvard Daughters of Isabella is a group of Catholic women dedicated to unity, friendship and charity, and helping one another grow in faith. We are involved in various pro-life ministries in the parish, from running the preschool program to collecting items for the annual Mothers’ Day drive. All Catholic women over the age of 16 can join the Daughters.

Contact: Imani Bunn,Regent,; (530) 204-7045

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Eddie Fed TylerFOCUS

FOCUS is the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, a national collegiate outreach program, currently serving 83 campuses across the country. The four-member team at Harvard offers large group community and outreach events, small group Bible Studies, and one-on-one mentorship within the undergraduate community.

Contact: Mike Selenski, FOCUS Team Director, Harvard University,; 763-218-6388

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Grad Students, Young Professionals, Post-doc

Every Sunday, after the 9:30 am Mass, we meet in the church vestibule and then, as a group, head over to Zoe’s on Mass Ave for brunch, conversation and fellowship. Sponsored by the Harvard Catholic Center.

Contact: Father George Salzmann,