Juventutem International Federation promotes the True, the Good, and the Beautiful, and, in particular, the offering of the Traditional Latin Mass.

Based at Holy Innocents in Manhattan, Juventutem NYC is the local chapter of this global movement and network of Catholic young adults, ages ~18-40, fostering the sanctification of youth worldwide according to the Roman traditions of the Church.

Sacred Art Conference

Sacred Art Conference in Honor of St. Nicholas

"How lovely are Thy tabernacles!"

Date: Saturday, December 11th, 2021

Time: 1:00 PM (Mass Begins) - ~6:00 PM

Location: Shrine and Parish Church of the Holy Innocents in Manhattan - 128 W 37th Street (At Broadway) - Just a few blocks from Penn Station.

Holy Mass: Offered in the Ancient Use of the Roman Rite.

  • Note: This will be the regularly scheduled parochial Mass for the Feast of Pope Saint Damasus I.

Conference: To begin after Holy Mass on the Lower Level (Parish Hall), attendees will be asked to check in at the door. The Conference will feature a series of edifying talks by three Catholic scholars.


  • Rev. Fr. Leo Camurati, O.P., Parochial Vicar of Holy Innocents Parish in Pleasantville, New York

  • Dr. Sarah Maple, Professor, Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, New York

  • Dr. Alphonso Pinto, Professor, St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, Denver, Colorado

Seven Italian Baroque paintings of the Miracles of St. Nicholas will be exhibited for private devotion.

Advent Social: The afternoon will round off with a young adult social with refreshments.

What is Juventutem NYC?

Juventutem NYC is a lay Catholic organization which fosters the sanctification of young adults, helping them embrace the great adventure that is our Catholic faith according to the ancient traditions of the Church. We share a love for the Ancient Use of the Roman Rite, also known as the Traditional Latin Mass.

Juventutem NYC is active in the Greater New York City Metropolitan Area and is a chapter of Fœderatio Internationalis Juventutem based in Bern, Switzerland.

General Roman Calendar (1960)