High School Youth Ministry
Our High School Youth Ministry program seeks to inspire and form disciples of Our Lord Jesus Christ. All High School students are welcome! Click here for more info.
Middle School Youth Ministry
Middle School Youth Ministry provides an awesome environment with crazy games, new friends, and awesome food to dive deeper into the faith. Check out our upcoming events now!
Rite of Christian Initiation for Teens is our program to walk with teenagers as they prepare for the Sacraments. Contact us today for more info!
Whether it’s a Confirmation Retreat, Winter Retreat, or Steubenville, sometimes we just need to get away to spend time with Our Lord. We provide multiple opportunities throughout the year to do just that.
Need Sacraments? Take a look at out RCIT page!
A Church is kind of like a garage. Just because we sit in a garage doesn’t make us a car. So what makes us a Christian? An encounter with Our Lord. “For he who is mighty has done great things for me, and holy is his name” (Luke 1:49). What is it that you Read more about Made For More: Encounter[…]
The We’ve all heard the expression “live life to the fullest”. I wonder though how many of us have actually stopped and asked ourselves what it means to actually live life to the fullest. I’d imagine the list of answers would vary from person to person. For some it could be having as much Read more about The Life – Spring 2016[…]
Every family has stories. I’ll never forget being a little kid, looking through family photo albums and asking a million questions to learn more about older family members, both those I knew and those who I had never met. While it’s good to hear everyone else’s stories, deep down we all want to be part Read more about The Story[…]
Here’s a great article all about St. Nick and why we Catholics are big believers in Santa Claus. Traveling with St. Nicholas
This Sunday (November 30), the First Sunday of Advent, is our New Year celebration. Yep, that’s right, not January 1. Our celebration is much more modest than what the world celebrates, which is properly called the Festival of Janus. We don’t have a crystal cross descending or throngs of people watching a clock tick at Read more about Happy New (Liturgical) Year![…]
We live in a weird time. We’re able to communicate in real time with a stranger across the globe, yet we often feel like no one knows us. We share our photos, our locations, our likes and dislikes, our brutal honesty and our deepest fears with hundreds of people daily, and still it’s hard Read more about Fall 2014[…]
In our media-saturated, easy-going, say-what-I-want world, it can be so easy to forget to guard our words and actions. As some of our peers are using foul language and sleeping way past Mass on Sunday, it’s so important to remember that the Lord calls us on to something with not just earthly benefits, but heavenly Read more about Prudence in an Imprudent World[…]
Put me to the test, says the LORD of hosts, and see if I do not open the floodgates of heaven for you, and pour down upon you blessing without measure! (Malachi 3:10) This year’s Lent Challenge is going to be different from those we’ve offered in the past. Most of Read more about 2014 Lent Challenge: Giving Up for a Change[…]
As we finish out this last week of advent and prepare for the coming of our Savior at Christmas, make sure you take time to slow down, be silent and listen. When I was five, I was sure I would be a princess. As royalty I would marry a rich prince, travel the world, wave Read more about Listening to God the Father’s Voice and Seeking His Will[…]