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So... if you were able to attend such a group (or if you already do), what are some things you'd like to see/do/learn. I'm open to anyone's suggestions and I'd love to hear what other people would like from a young adults group. So if you have a book you think would make for a great book study, an event you would attend, or anything you think could help this yet unbuilt group, then please leave a comment.
Hahahaha. It is strange how some parishes can abound in young adults while others do not. The parish I grew up at has almost no young adults that stick around for more than a year.
Our group meets on Sunday nights. It has met on Sunday nights for 8 years now. People nobody in the group even knows occasionally show up on Sunday nights at the appropriate time because they heard from someone that heard from someone that a group meets at my parish then. In short, there are advantages to a set schedule. Unless you've got a whole lot of people working exclusively second shift, there aren't that many young adults who can't - at least sometimes - make it on any given evening of the week. Pick something from Sunday to Thursday and make it yours.
God bless your endeavors!
Orthodox Jewish synagogues (at least the ones I have been to) do have study times and make the library easy to find.
But yeah take it a step at a time just see if you can get a regular group of people together for lunch after mass and see what develops from there.